I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! fans are in for a treat this evening thanks to the return to the iconic live trail.
Over the years the live trail has played host to some of the series' most famous moment including Gillian McKeith fainting in front of the nation.
This year, the live trail has been imagined thanks to the new camp location of Wales.
In tonight's show viewers will watch as Ant and Dec host pre-recorded trail for newcomers Russell Watson and Ruthie Henshall.
Despite telling campmates on Tuesday night's show that they will be partaking, in reality they will simply be watching and cheering on the music duo from the sidelines.
Speaking to Ant and Dec before the trail kicks off, Radio 1 DJ Jordan North said his best advice would be "don't over think it and go to your happy place".
In a preview clip Ruthie can be seen with her head in the stocks in the medieval themed task while Russell is dressed as a joker.
Seconds into the trial, West End starlet Ruthie is covered in gunge from above while Russell has to stick his head in a giant bucket of an unpleasant looking liquid in order to find stars.
Ruthie and Russell are thought to be the final two celebs to start in this year's series.
They join; TV Presenter Vernon Kay, broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire, EastEnders legend Shane Richie, Paralympian Hollie Arnold MBE, Corrie's Bev Callard, Strictly pro AJ Pritchard and Team GB superstar Sir Mo Farah.
Radio 1's Jordan North, author Giovanna Fletcher and soap babe Jessica Plummer complete the line-up.
This year's series was moved to Gwrych Castle in North Wales due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Social distancing rules and travel ban made it all but impossible for ITV to jet out a bunch of famous faces and crew to the Austrian East coast.
Despite being forced to think outside the box, it seems bosses have pulled off the impossible.
This year's series is already pulling in more viewers than its 2019 counterpart.