SPOILER ALERT FOR TONIGHT'S I'M A CELEBRITY!
I'm a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here finally returns to our screens on Sunday night, and the reality show will kick off in style with the celebrities put into two teams as they make their way into the jungle and try to avoid the first Bushtucker trial.
Shortly after the ten celebrities met at a luxury villa on the Gold Coast in Australia, they were put into two groups - City Celebs and Jungle Celebs - to undergo their first challenge. While the City Celebs had to talk part in 'Walk the Plank', a 334 foot high task, Jungle Celebs chose to either Skydive or take a canoe ride into camp.
Wayne faced his fears in a sky dive
The celebrities taking a journey into the jungle include dancer Jordan Banjo, ex footballer Wayne Bridge, comedian Joel Dommett, dancer Ola Jordan, Larry Lamb, Gogglebox's Scarlett Moffatt, Olympic Hockey player Sam Quek, TV presenter Lisa Snowdon, actor Adam Thomas and Carol Vorderman.
The first group, which was made up of Carol, Jordan, Adam, Joel and Ola, were greeted by Ant and Dec, who told them there was a twist to their first challenge.
"There is good news, you each have a lifeline," the hosting duo explained. "You're about to meet the remaining five celebrities who are going to compete to save you from that first Bushtucker Trial.
Scarlett and Larry canoed into the jungle
"You each need to pick one celebrity to complete on your behalf. Press your button, whoever does it quickest claims that celebrity. If no one presses their button, we return to that celebrity at the end."
They then explained to the second group: "You, the Jungle Celebs, will also be facing a Bushtucker Trial and the only person that can save you is your new partner, so essentially, you're trying to save each other."
Larry and Scarlett were tasked with canoeing into the jungle, where the actor hilariously saved the Gogglebox star after her canoe began to sink. Meanwhile, Wayne faced his fears by taking a sky dive into the jungle. He said: "I'm all over the place to be honest. My stomach is just turning. I don't know what will be going through my head but I'll go into a happy place hopefully."
To find out more tune into I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! tonight at 9pm on ITV.