It may not seem like five minutes since Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo was crowned Queen of the jungle in I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 2017, but ITV are already set to crown a new King or Queen of the jungle for 2018 this weekend.
Last year saw the likes of Corrie star Jennie McAlpine, Jamie Lomas, Iain Lee and Made In Chelsea star Georgia Toffolo battle it out for the crown.
This series is coming to an end and has been on every night for almost three weeks! We have all the information you need to know on the series so far and the 2018 final tonight (Sunday December 9).
When is I’m A Celeb 2018 on TV?
Only John, Emily and Harry are left in the camp
The official start date was Sunday November 18.
Tonight’s I’m A Celebrity final airs at 9pm on ITV, followed by Extra Camp at 10.35pm on ITV2.
The Coming Out show will then air on Wednesday December 12 from 9pm until 10pm.
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Who’s in the I’m A Celeb final?
With the exit of Fleur East last night, just three celebrities are left to battle it out for a chance of being crowned King or Queen of the Jungle.
Harry Redknapp, John Barrowman and Emily Atack will all take on one last Bushtucker trial ahead of the final public vote.
Dec and Holly will then reveal the star who has come third, and he or she will leave the camp and walk back over the bridge to their awaiting family.
The runner-up and winner are announced at the same time – shortly before 10.30pm – and both will get quick interviews on the main show before all the action moves over to ITV2 on Extra Camp.
What is the show’s format?
Fleur finished in fourth place
The idea is that 12 celebrities are shipped off to the Australian jungle where they take part in tasks and challenges to win food and try to impress the voting public at home.
The prize is being crowned king or queen of the jungle and generally having new life breathed back into an ailing showbiz career.
The stars aren’t allowed any phones and only one luxury item with them, apart from that it’s back to basics and food is rationed, which often leads to a large amount of weight loss.
Tasks usually consist of eating insects and the genitalia of various animals or being covered in millions of insects or shut in underground tunnels surrounded by rats and snakes.
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Who hosts the show?
Ant and Dec have hosted the show since it started
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Ant and Dec have always hosted the main ITV show, however this year things are different after Ant McPartlin went back to rehab after being convicted of drink-driving.
This Morning host Holly Willoughby was announced as his replacement and Dec’s new sidekick.
"I couldn’t be more excited to have been asked to stand alongside Dec for the next jungle adventure," she said in a statement confirming her appointment.
"I love Ant and want to send him my best wishes and support for a continued recovery. These are big shoes, not to fill, but just to keep warm for a little bit."
It means Holly and Dec have been fronting the show together this year – even though Holly previously admitted she’s "scared of everything that moves".
Holly and Dec are presenting I’m A Celeb this year
Who is hosting I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp?
I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp on ITV2 will be presented by Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt , who won the show in 2016; runner up the same year, Joel Dommett, and regular host Joe Swash.
They’ve been chatting to a panel of celebrities and showing behind-the-scenes footage from the jungle.
Extra Camp airs directly after the main show on ITV2.
Who has been in the line-up?
John on a boat
(Image: Tim Merry / Daily Star)
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There were a gazillion names bandied about over the last six months on who was likely to head off to the jungle.
But the first confirmed stars were football manager Harry Redknapp, Corrie actress Sair Khan and The Chase’s Anne Hegerty.
Other celebs confirmed were X Factor runner-up Fleur East, TV star John Barrowman, presenter Nick Knowles, former EastEnders actress Rita Simons and The Vamps singer James McVey.
Completing the line up are actress Emily Atack and Hollyoaks actor Malique Thompson Dwyer.
The Mirror exclusively revealed that TV legend Noel Edmonds was the 11th celeb, who arrived a few days after the others as a latecomer.
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