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I'm a Celebrity... get me out of heeereee!
It's a sentence we've heard time and time again over the last few years - and it's about to hit our screens once more.
Yes, everyone's favourite Geordie duo, Ant and Dec, are ready to traipse back into camp with a brand new batch of celebrities in tow.
ITV have now confirmed the final line-up and released photos of the 10 celebs in their jungle gear, ready to win dingo dollars and complete bushtucker trials.
We've got a Hollyoaks babe, a ghosthunter, former England football player, a 'Dragon' and a whole host of other stars.
But now we know who's going in, what we really want to know is who will be coming out...
Although it's all they ever talk about, nobody actually wants to be first one to get out of there.
We've crunched the numbers in an attempt to estimate who we think will be leaving the jungle before their campmates.
Do men or women usually leave the jungle first?
It seems that men have a bad track record when it comes to I'm a Celebrity.
Out of the 14 celebs to have walked out of the jungle first, 9 of them have been men and five have been women.
What does this mean for our new contestants? Well, Kieron Dyer, Duncan Bannatyne, Brian Friedman, Chris Eubank, George Shelley and Tony Hadley had better watch out.
Jorgie Porter, Yvette Fielding, Lady Colin Campbell and Susannah Constantine might be off the hook.
Which industries do the first-eliminated usually hail from?
Of the 14 celebrities who were kicked out of the jungle first, the television industry has the most casualties.
While two were from the world of comedy and radio, and one was in the music industry, a whopping 9 (or 64%) were from TV.
Of those, THREE were soap actors and two hailed from reality television.
Perhaps Jorgie Porter, who rose to fame in Hollyoaks, needs to be extra vigilant.
Uri Gellar, a paranormalist and TV personality, was first to leave the jungle back in Season 1 - will Yvette Fielding suffer the same fate?
Surprisingly, no sports star has ever exited first, so Kieron is probably safe.
What's the average age of the first one out?
We've crunched the numbers of the unlucky 14 contestants who've been kicked out of camp first over the years, and the average age of the first celeb is...
Based on this, Chris Eubank, 49, and 47-year-old Yvette Fielding are most in danger. Of the other contestants, Susannah Constantine (53) and Tony Hadley (55) are next closest in age and could still be in the firing line.
Out of our final three, who is the most popular on Twitter?
Christ and Tony are pretty equal when it comes to their online fanbase, with 25,000 and 24,000 Twitter followers respectively.
Brian Friedman is racing way out in front with 155,000 followers... so we think he'll probably be safe.
Who will be first to exit the jungle?
Well, we know that it is more likely a man will wave goodbye to Ant and Dec first, so let's take Jorgie, Yvette, Lady Colin Campbell and Susannah out of the danger zone.
Now it's just the men left, let's look at which industries they hail from...
Kieron Dyer and Chris Eubank could be saved by their sporty background, as we know that no sports star has ever walked out of Snake Rock first.
Musicians George and Tony are slightly more in danger - but it's Duncan Bannatyne and Brian Friedman, with television backgrounds, who need to watch out.
How about ages? We said Chris Eubank was most at risk, but will the face he's a sportsman save him?
Tony, 55, and 38-year-old Brian are the next closest in age.
Based on these statistics, we estimate that the first person to leave the jungle will be...
Yep, this bona fide 80's icon made his name in Spandau Ballet, but we reckon he won't be 'Gold' when it comes to I'm a Celebrity.
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