How many of these famous faces do you recognise?

I’m A Celebrity 2016 is almost upon us and the line-up for this year’s series has now been revealed – eek!

Yep, the 12 stars who are apparently heading for the jungle have been named by The Sun and it certainly makes for an interesting mix…

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The ladies reportedly jetting into the Australian camp are former Strictly Come Dancing star Ola Jordan, Gogglebox’s Scarlett Moffatt, presenter Lisa Snowdon, TV favourite Carol Vorderman and Olympian Sam Quek.

Meanwhile the fellas getting ready to rumble in the jungle are actor Larry Lamb, Emmerdale’s Adam Thomas, comedian Joel Dommett, footballer Wayne Bridge, presenter Martin Roberts, radio host Danny Baker and Diversity star Jordan Banjo.

News of the line-up – which includes some stars long rumoured to have been joining the show, as well as some surprise names – has been met with a pretty strong reaction on social media, with many fans admitting that don’t actually know who many of the cast are. AWKS.

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‘i only know like 3 people going into the jungle this year. last year’s line up was so amazing but this year’s is just kinda s**t #ImACeleb,’ one disappointed fan wrote on Twitter.

Another posted: ‘I’ll obviously still watch every minute but this year’s #ImACeleb line up is fairly underwhelming… Really stretched the phrase ‘celebrity’’

Oof, harsh. It doesn’t end there either…

Already this series seems to be dividing viewers though as many are actually pretty excited about who’s heading for the jungle.

One viewer posted: ‘It’s a miracle, I know who all the contestants for I’m a Celebrity are. Decent line up to be fair #ImACeleb’

Meanwhile one said: ‘#ImACeleb line up is AMAZING this year I am so excited’

The celebs in question have obviously been keeping quiet but some have reportedly already been seen arriving down under, including Lisa, Scarlett and Joel.

Eek, we can’t wait! I’m A Celebrity officially begins on Sunday 13 November at 9pm on ITV.