While the celebrities taking part in the ITV series are dropped into an actual jungle, some elements are not real
THE I'm a Celebrity camp is one of the most famous sets on TV.
From the camp beds to the fire, the waterfall to the dunny, fans of the show will feel like they know the jungle setting inside out.
But all is not as it seems, as Woman's Own has revealed that the rocks situated around the camp are fake, and actually made of papier mache.
While some perches will be real, and enough to take the weight of a celebrity sitting on them for a chat around the camp fire, the new crop of famous faces will need to be careful in case they sit on a fake rock by mistake.
The publication also reveals how the camp mate's waterfall – where the female celebrities go to pull their sexiest poses in an array of bikinis – is turned off between 3pm and 6pm every afternoon.
The news could come as a shock to some viewers, who may have believed the waterfall to be part of the natural landscape of the Australian jungle the show is set in.
The revelations come just days after the official line-up for this year's series was revealed.
It is packed full of argumentative characters and sexy babes.
Comedian Shappi Khorsandi, Boris Johnson's father Stanley Johnson and WAG Rebekah Vardy were the last three stars to touch down in Australia ahead of the show's launch this weekend.
They have been joined by boxer Amir Khan, Coronation Street's Jennie McAlpine, The Saturday's singer Vanessa White and Hollyoaks actor Jamie Lomas.
Other participants include Made in Chelsea's Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo, former footballer Dennis Wise and YouTube star Jack Maynard, who is also the brother of singer Conor Maynard.
The show starts on Sunday, November 19 on ITV at 9pm with trusty hosts Ant and Dec back at the helm once again.
It will be followed by Extra Camp with an all-new presenting line-up featuring last year's winner Scarlett Moffatt and runner-up Joel Dommett and former King of the Jungle Joe Swash.