Usually, the series sees a handful of celebrities camping out in the Australian jungle. However - due to the current pandemic we've found ourselves in - operations have been set up closer to home.
Closer to my home, that is. This is because it's going to be held inside a castle somewhere in Wales.
As I usually do each year, I'll run through the list of the announced camp mates and tell you whether I know them or not.
Yes, I know Kay.
Yep, I know Victoria Derbyshire as well.
No, I didn't know Jordan North. He's a Radio 1 DJ.
Yes, I know Mo.
Yes, I know Beverly Callard because she used to play Liz McDonald in Coronation Street.
Hadn't heard of this 'author and podcaster' until the time of writing this blog post.
I knew the name 'AJ Pritchard' from things I may have read about Strictly Come Dancing as he used to be a pro dancer on the series. However, I would have never been able to point him out in a line up.
Yes, I definitely know Shane Richie.
I didn't know Hollie Arnold, who is a paralymic gold medallist, until the time of writing.
I have only recently came across Jessica Plummer as she was on the front cover of one of the TV magazines I was using as a mouse pad over the summer! She has just left Eastenders after her character was killed off. Had I used anything else to rest my mouse, I wouldn't have known her.
It should be another good year as, barring just a pinch of names, I have heard of the majority of campers.
What stands out from this year's lineup is the lack of any football people. It had become a trend to have someone from the sport in there over the past few seasons.