"I can't believe I'm so lucky to have the dream continue by being part of this wonderful show and joining the ITV2 Extra Camp team, it's going to be so much fun".
After months of speculation about whether he'd be well enough to co-host I'm A Celebrity, Ant touched down in Australia this weekend.
An insider told the Sun "She almost pulled out yesterday".
The twist was teased with a post on the show's official Twitter page, revealing that viewers need to download the "I'm A Celebrity" app if they want to see their favourite pairs entering the jungle together.
"It's just a shame for viewers back home in the United Kingdom who like to see the celebs enjoying the warm weather".
How long will I'm A Celebrity last? "We can't wait and we are raring to go".
United Kingdom supreme court rules minimum alcohol pricing is legal
It lodged a series of appeals against rulings by Scottish judges in favour of Sturgeon's plans. In 2016, 17% more alcohol was sold per adult in Scotland than in England and Wales.
We can't wait for I'm A Celeb to return!
But now he's back and feeling great! Watch this to find out who's going to be in the jungle this year.
I'm a Celebrity returns on Sunday the 19th of November at 9pm on TV3.
Completing the line-up are boxer Amir Khan, former footballer Dennis Wise, WAG Rebekah Vardy, YouTuber Jack Maynard and comedian Shappi Khorsandi.
These images pretty much confirmed a total of eight celebrities, with a remaining two staying open until now.
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