The third celebrity who landed in Australia for the new series of I'm A Celebrity is up comedian Andrew Maxwell.
The 44-year-old touched down at Brisbane Airport in the morning of a local morning with flown in from the UK via Dubai.
As well as doing stand up, the 44-year-old is best known for being the narrator of Ex-On The Beach.
After landing he told photographers he would not take his sunglasses off as "no one wants to know who I am anyway".
Asked about what he scared of saying: "Snakes but I am going to fight you. We do not have snakes in Ireland and you should never trust in animals without any shoulders who can not shrug. "
They smiled for the cameras before being whisked away to a nearby hotel.
Others names already in Australia to go to ITV jungle are US reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner and former footballer Ian Wright.
GMB breakfast TV presenter Kate Garraway and former Girls Aloud singer Nadine Coyle.
More arrivals are expected over the next couple of days before filming begins.
Bookmakers Ladbrokes have Ian Wright as favorite to win, although last year's King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp told the Mirror he was worried about him keeping his temper in camp.
He said, "I'd tell him 'Keep calm, Wrighty'. He's got a short fuse. I played golf with him the other day and he threw a bit of a wobbler with another player.
"You have to bite your tongue in the camp. It's hard. You can get tetchy as there's nothing to do. It gets boring. "
The show will once again be hosted by Ant and Dec, after Ant took a year off in 2018 because of drink and drug related issues.
* The opening episode of A Celebrity Air on Sunday night at 9pm on ITV.