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Once again, the series will take place in Abergele, Wales. The flagship reality show famously abandoned it's Aussie roots in favour of a more COVID-friendly Welsh castle.
Despite the fact that tarantulas, cockroaches and unbearable Southern Hemisphere heat won't be making an appearance, fans are more geared up for this series than ever!
You can watch the trailer here:
This year's series is set to launch on Sunday 21st November, with a wide array of stars supposedly set to take part.
The rumour mill has been sent into overdrive, with celebs like Eastenders' Adam Woodyatt and Corrie's Simon Gregson allegedly setting foot inside the castle.
GMB's Richard Madeley has apparently been offered £200,000 to do the series. Frankie Bridge, 32 and Arlene Phillips, 78 have also been tipped to compete.
Each celeb will have to quarantine for two weeks before taking part, so we imagine that's where they are at the moment. This is reportedly due to the 'chaos' of the Strictly line-up, where multiple cases of COVID have been confirmed.
Regular hosts Ant and Dec have teased fans with a reaction video to the all-star line-up, and it's set to be a good'un.
Music producer and Beyoncé collaborator Naughty Boy is the most recent star supposedly entering the castle. He was tipped to join the line-up in last year's series, but allegedly dropped out.
This year's first official trailer dropped on 22nd October - a month before the reported start date.
The ad follows 'mighty warriors' Ant and Dec making their way to the castle, 'in search of ingenious trials'.
Viewers were teased at the end of the ad, where the voiceover described the upcoming series as 'more gruelling than ever'.