Ahead of ITV2's new show Survival Of The Fittest on Sunday night, they have released details of the singletons that will be competing on the South African Savannah to determine which gender will come out on top.
And amid the line-up are a couple of familiar faces - known for being EastEnders actor Danny Dyer's eldest daughter, Dani, 21, and Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo's ex-beau James Middleton, 24.
Scroll down to meet all the boys and girls!
Ahead of her debut on the show, Dani - who is a barmaid by profession - has been honest about who her father is and what his thoughts are on the matter.
'He's excited about me being on the show,' she has said. 'When I first told him, like any dad, he had his protective hat on and said, "Don’t do anything silly." Now he is getting it and he said "It feels real now and I’m so proud of you."
'He knows the person I am and he is really excited and it’s nice to have that support at home. He probably will be emotional as well. My mum and dad will be watching it every single night.'
She also revealed her other claim to fame is that she was once baby sat by Keira Knightley.
'I was really young. My dad was filming with her ex-partner who she was with and she was on set,' she said. 'I must have been about seven or eight. She used to take me swimming.'
'She was like a bigger sister to me and I loved her. It’s only when I got home that I realised she was in Bend it like Beckham. Now look at her! I hope she remembers me.'
James, meanwhile, has spilled details of his past with Made In Chelsea star and reigning Queen of the I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! Jungle Toff.
'My claim to fame is my ex-girlfriend Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo. Other than that, because of my name, a lot of people confuse me with Kate Middleton’s brother!
'I would call up restaurants and say my name and they’d give me the best table and then be disappointed when I turned up.'
James states his 'charisma and personality' and that he is 'a very outgoing guy' as his unique selling point.
He also revealed a flair for rugby: 'I played for London Wasps, London Irish, Harlequins, premiership teams in their Academies from the age of 13-18. Then I went to University, won a cup at Twickenham so I’ve played it a lot.'
The series will place the male and female contestants in a Lodge together, where they will compete to win a big cash prize.
A team of girls and a team of boys will battle it out in a series of physical and mental challenges to determine which sex has the upper hand, while romantic dates will test their loyalties to the limit.
Laura Whitmore is fronting the show. She said: 'Obviously I’ll be rooting for the girls. I’m really intrigued to see what happens.
'I think you need an all-rounder for a show like this. There is no good in just having physical strength because the challenges are quite varied so it’s important to be fit but also have other skills as well.
'Be a good team player – that’s the most important thing!'
Survival Of The Fittest starts on Sunday February 11 at 9pm on ITV2.
MEET THE GIRLS
Dani Mas Dyer
Location: East London
Occupation: Department Manager and Vlogger
Occupation: Fitness Model
Occupation: Research and Development Tax Credit Consultant
Location: South London
Occupation: Business Development Manager
MEET THE BOYS
Occupation: Sports Media Manager
Occupation: Student and Life Guard
Location: South Wales
Occupation: Fitness Model and Personal Trainer
*Sourced from Mail Online*