I’M A Celebrity’s Ant and Dec have revealed that the iconic Celebrity Cyclone will be returning to the show this year.

The trial is a favourite amongst fans and sees the final four contestants take on a huge slip and slide – with a few obstacles on the way.

Speaking after last night’s show, Ant replied to a fan question, saying: “Do we still do the Celebrity Cyclone? Damn right!”

The popular challenge usually takes place during the penultimate episode of the series.

 The celebs dress up in colourful outfits finished with matching capes, as they battle against the slippery obstacle course while having balls thrown at them.

They take it in turns to move the giant stars to a target where they have to remain until the end of the trial.

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Last series former Health Secretary Matt Hancock, Hollyoaks star Owen Warner, Lioness Jill Scott and royal rugby ace Mike Tindall  took part in it.

I’m A Celebrity kicked off over the weekend and has so far seen 10 celebrities get used to camp light.

Two new faces will be entering the jungle tonight – Tony Bellew and Frankie Dettori.

So far the camp has seen a number of clashes – with a few of the stars raising concerns with Nigel Farage.

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Last night YouTuber Nella accused Nigel of wanting people like her "gone" from the UK as she spoke to him about remarks he has made about reducing immigration numbers.

He was previously criticised by Fred Sirieix about a poster he used when he was campaigning for the UK to leave the European Union during the 2016 referendum.

Fred told him it was "shameful" and accused him of "demonising migrants".

It’s unclear at this stage who is likely to make the final four, but according to MegaDice, Josie Gibson is up there.

The This Morning host is favourite at 15/8, followed by Sam Thompson at 3/1, Fred Sirieix at 11/2 and Frankie Dettori at 13/2.

Jamie Lynn is tipped to be the first to leave at 2/1, with Nella just behind at 3/1.

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