I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! is kicking off the 2019 reality TV season.
Yvie, 48, and best friend Angie Kent, 28, were the first confirmed stars for the new season of I'm A Celebrity.
The 51-year-old, who rose to fame as playmate of the month for Playboy magazine back in 1990 and later went on to become one of TV's biggest stars, is believed to be in final negotiations to appear on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here this season.
While Network Ten are yet to announce the blonde bombshell as a campmate, a source tells WHO that producers have gone to great lengths to get the star for the Sunday, January 14 launch.
So who else is getting in on some action in the jungle?
Model Justin Lacko first wowed reality TV fans when he appeared on Love Island Australia. With his smouldering good looks he was a firm favourite with the ladies – let's hope they help him in the jungle!
The former Home and Away star and reality TV host is going to give viewers some eye candy this season.
The Former MasterChef star, television personality and author will be a delight to watch in the jungle.
The former TODAY host is a long way away from Hollywood, but we're sure he can watch the stars from his campsite.
Senator Sam Daystari won't have any halal snack packs on hand in South Africa, we can expect the Pollie to get his hands dirty in the jungle!
Known for her role as The Biggest Loser Australia host, Ajay has shied out of the spotlight for a while, but she's back on screens and ready to give it her all in the jungle.
Former politician Jacqui Lambie is known for her brutal honesty, hot-blooded style and controversial views— surely a recipe for compelling times in the jungle.
Australian comedian – best known for his role as "Habib" in SBS' Fat Pizza, Tahir is going to be cracking jokes left, right and centre – we just hope he doesn't get fully sick.
The One-time AFL legend is known for his hair-raising play, and we're certain he'll miss washing his mane with OMO while in South Africa.
I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! premieres Sunday at 7.30pm on Ten.