Details about the first I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! 2023 challenge has been revealed and it will see Sam Thompson, Danielle Harold, Fred Sirieix and Grace Dent take on dramatic heights.

The group will arrive by helicopter on the top of a Gold Coast skyscraper where they will be greeted by presenting duo Ant and Dec who will then tell them they must climb down.

The celebrities will have to inch sideways along the building before sliding down to a horizontal flat pole, which they will crawl along in a race against the clock to unclip carbineers to release their star print flag.

Elsewhere, Nigel, Josie and Nella will unsuspectedly find themselves stranded in the middle of the Australian Outback desert when the show begins.

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The trio will be taken to the desert and told their help is needed by the rest of the celebrities who are 2,000 miles away on the Gold Coast.

Their mission is to win time for the campmates who are taking part in other challenges on the coast in a bid to win stars – and ultimately food.

The remaining three campmates, Jamie Lynn, Nick and Marvin must skydive into a clearing before they enter the camp.

What is the line-up for I’m A Celebrity 2023?

  • Jamie Lynn Spears - actress and singer
  • Sam Thompson - TV personality and radio DJ
  • Josie Gibson - ITV's This Morning host and Big Brother star
  • Fred Sirieix - TV presenter
  • Nella Rose – YouTuber
  • Nigel Farage - GB News host and former MEP
  • Grace Dent - Food critic on MasterChef
  • Marvin Humes – JLS pop star and TV presenter
  • Danielle Harold - EastEnders actress
  • Nick Pickard - Hollyoaks actor

When does I’m A Celebrity 2023 start on ITV?

I’m A Celebrity will return on Sunday, November 19 from 9pm on ITV1 and ITVX as the battle for the next king or queen of the jungle begins.

It will follow The Masked Singer: I'm A Celebrity Special which will also air on ITV1 and ITVX at 7.30pm.