I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! has just revealed their brand new logo, and it's perfect for the new series.
The ITV show is returning in November for its 20th series, and instead of heading down under to Oz like they have done since the show started, they will be setting up camp in North Wales.
This is down to the Coronavirus and its impact on travel restrictions when heading to Australia.
Gwyrch Castle near Abergele will be home to the competition show in 2020, and the adapted season has come with an adapted logo.
We admit, it's not much of a change, but it's definitely incorporated the 200-year-old protected building into it.
Bosses have chosen to swap out the usual jungle background with dense British forests instead, and have mocked up their own cartoon-style version of Gwyrch Castle.
I'm A Celeb's decision to move the series to Wales has been met with a variety of opinions, with many concerned after the country has imposed a strict firebreak approach to lockdown.
However, despite reservations, the show is still going ahead and ITV has found a way to still make great TV.
Gwyrch Castle's official Twitter account has cleared things up in regard to lockdown rules, so fans don't need to worry.
They wrote: "The overriding message is that filming CAN continue in Wales providing related activity cannot be undertaken from home, and there is full compliance with Welsh law.
"We cannot wait to see I'm a Celebrity on our screens!"
ITV has made it clear that the show's entire cast and crew will be following all relevant government guidelines as well as their own strict protocols.
I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! will return to ITV in November.