ANT and Dec were spotted smiling together at Heathrow Airport ahead of filming the All-Star version of I’m A Celebrity.
The presenting duo, who were pictured at the gate, dressed in comfy clothing for their British Airways flight to South Africa.
We revealed back in April that show bosses were inviting legendary campmates for a pre-recorded version of the show.
The plan is to bring together the “most loved and favourite” stars from past series of Soy una celebridad.
The line-up is shrouded in secrecy although Amir Khan, Paul Burrell and Helen Flanagan are all involved.
The special will be filmed in Kruger National Park where, ironically, the Aussie version of the show is shot.
Producers will still shoot a normal series – featuring brand new stars – in Murwillumbah, New South Wales later this year.
The Best Of version will then likely air in early 2023, giving viewers Three series in less than two years as the show switches back from Gwrych Castle, north Wales, to Down Under.
A TV source said: “Fans have been crying out for a Best Of series for years, and their prayers are being answered.
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“The normal show will be filmed in Australia as planned, unless COVID makes it impossible again. The South African project is in no way a back-up, it’s a completely different series.
“It will see all of the iconic names who have made the show so popular over the years return to the campfire and battle it out to be crowned the Best Of champion.
“There are so many to choose from and they’re sounding out the most talked-about ones now.
“Ant and Dec will host all three series as normal, and the South African version will still be based in the world of I’m A Celeb.
“The camp mates will be doing trials and living in the camp environment, but with fresh and exciting new twists on the format.
The campmates will have a hand in their own destiny through a series of internal votes and challenges.
“This new edition is likely to air in 2023 but before that viewers will get to enjoy the show’s much anticipated return to Australia in November.”