We finally know all the stars on this year's I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.

The third season of the Aussie version of I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here has officially arrived.

Now, after weeks of having clues dangled teasingly over our noses, we finally know the full line-up of famous faces who have descended on the South African jungle.

Early on Sunday, former Olympian Lisa Curry and shock jock/The Project panelist Steve Price were the first names confirmed.

Hosts Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown. (Image: Instagram)

On Sunday night's episode, we learned who would be joining them.

There will be a total of 10 celebrities in the jungle.

And things will be very, very different this year. Because in a new twist, the contestants will be split into two teams of five.

Here's Team One:

Natalie Bassingthwaighte

Natalie Bassingthwaighte is an actress, singer  and TV personality. The  41-year-old is best known for her role in Neighbours, and as a member of the Rogue Traders.

After her entrance on tonight's episode, she admitted (jokingly) she's probably going to miss her fake tan the most.


Tom Arnold

Arnold is a well-known American actor and comedian.

Nat Bass was pretty star-struck by his entrance, but Arnold was upfront in admitting he wasn't really going to know who any of our home-grown talent was.

Well, at least he's honest?

Listen: The Binge team had a go at guessing this year's cast. (Post continues after audio.)

Nazeem Hussain

Nazeem Hussain is a radio host and comedian, known for his role in Legally Brown.

We're looking forward to what is sure to be hilarious commentary from him as the series progresses.

Tegan Martin

Tegan Martin was Miss Universe Australia in 2014 and is a model and brand ambassador.

She admitted she was concerned about getting "hangry" during the show, which... we can definitely relate to.

Dane Swan

Collingwood FC legend Dane Swan won a premiership and the Brownlow Medal.

The footballer told hosts Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown he's most afraid of "pillows and puppies", which is a very good strategy. Unfortunately, there's a good chance the producers didn't buy it at all.

And here's Team Two:

Steve Price

Price admitted his colleagues on The Project didn't know he was bound for the jungle. Surprise!

Lisa Curry

A three-time Olympian, Lisa is surely one to watch in the show's more physical challenges.

Ash Pollard

It's the third time reality TV-lucky for Pollard, who starred on both My Kitchen Rules and Dancing With the Stars.

(Although Lisa Curry thought she was a singer, so don't feel bad if you didn't recognise her either.)

Jay Laga'aia

From Star Wars to Play School, Jay is one of the most recogniseable faces in the Aussie entertainment indutry.

Casey Donovan

Casey won Australian Idol at the ripe old age of 16, so we're looking forward to seeing what she can do in the jungle.