I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! will get under way tonight, as the competition moves from New South Wales to North Wales.

Among the star-studded line-up this year is BBC Radio 1 DJ and Burnley's very own cheeky chappy, Jordan North.

I'm A Celeb, which is now in its 19th series, has seen some significant changes for 2020, after the show was moved from its usual location in Australia to the UK because of coronavirus.

Along with fellow northerners, journalist Victoria Derbyshire, actress Beverley Callard, and presenter Vernon Kay, Jordan will face challenges in the castle crypt, rather than the jungle, when the show returns to ITV at 9pm on Sunday.

The BBC Radio 1 DJ first presented on the station in 2014 and was one of the people who stood in for Matt Edmondson during September 2017.

He was announced as the new host for the Greatest Hits show on Sunday mornings in 2018 and recently took over the 11am-1pm weekend slot.

Jordan, 30, also co-hosts the advice podcast Help I Sexted My Boss along with etiquette expert William Hanson.

But do we think the die-hard Clarets fan will be in with a chance of winning the show this year?

Jordan said: “With everything going on this year, people will want this show on TV more than anything.

“We all need it. It’s my favourite show on the telly and to be part of it is a big honour.”

Also confirmed for the line-up are former Strictly Come Dancing professional AJ Pritchard, actor Shane Richie and Paralympian Hollie Arnold, as well as Coronation Street star Beverley Callard, podcast host Giovanna Fletcher and EastEnders actress Jessica Plummer.

Producers said the show has been reinvented for its new home in Gwrych Castle, Abergele, but hope everything viewers love about the series will remain.

The 19th century Grade I-listed castle has been transformed for the programme, and the celebrities will be housed in living and sleeping quarters inside the ruined building.

Campmates will need to use a wood splitter to chop logs for a campfire to keep warm.

Beverley Callard, 63, said she is “absolutely terrified” about the start of the new series.

“I did say at the beginning, ‘Well, it’s not going to be as bad as an opening night when you are going on stage’.

“But maybe it is now just because I don’t know what to expect.”

Callard said she had been asked to appear on the programme before but the timing now felt right.

“This year has been so awful for everybody and I should have been on stage now and then going into panto, so I just thought, ‘What the hell, why not’.”

She added that it would be “an experience of a lifetime”.

I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! airs on Sunday on ITV One at 9pm.