Lorraine gave I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here fans a sneak peek look at the new Gwrych Castle campsite where contestants will be living in for six weeks.
During today's episode of the ITV talk show, host Christine Lampard was joined by correspondent Ria Hebden who gave insight into the revamped Welsh castle.
Ahead of the highly-anticipated new series, which will kick off next month, new additions to the castle include a new roof, a heating system to keep contestants warm during the cold November weather, an outside toilet and various indoor task areas.
The I'm A Celeb usual campsite in Australia was swapped with the Welsh countryside as coronavirus restrictions Down Under meant the show would not be allowed to film there and would have to relocate.
Discussing the all-new filming location to Christine, Ria said: "It kicks off next month, really exciting, as we've talk about before it's going to take place in Gwrych Castle in Wales.
"It's had a complete revamp, it's had a roof put on it, they've put heating in there - they've kind of got to because it's an old castle - so that's going to look after them during the bitter Welsh winter."
However, ITV bosses have ensured the new series won't be made any easier for celebrities.
"I've heard though that producers aren't being too kind to the celebs," Ria added. "They're going to put the toilets outside, so it's not going to be as glamorous as we think."
She then went on to list of celebs rumoured to be taking part, including "Vernon Kay, Charles Ingram, Eastenders star Jessica Plumber, Beverly Callard, singer Gareth Gates and Keith Duffy from Boyzone".
The massive medieval castle boasts eighteen towers that sprawl over a huge 1,500ft remote area.
The cost of hiring the castle for six weeks is thought to be more than £1million, which will be a huge boost to conservation work at the site near Abergele.
Gwrych is said to be haunted by the Countess of Dundonald and has an incredibly colourful history.