It's been another eventful series in North Wales, but I’m A Celebrity 2021 draws to a close tonight, with the new King or Queen of the Castle set to be crowned.
Just three members of the I'm A Celebrity 2021 line-up have avoided elimination, with the finalists consisting of The Saturdays star Frankie Bridge, Coronation Street star Simon Gregson, and former Emmerdale actor Danny Miller.
Last night, former Premier League footballer David Ginola was announced as the final celebrity to be sent home, narrowly missing out on a place in the final.
So with the end of the series now approaching here's everything you need to know about tonight's I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! final.
When is the I'm A Celebrity 2021 final?
The I’m A Celebrity 2021 final is on ITV at 9pm tonight – Sunday 12th December 2021.
This lines up with the previous series for the length of time in which the show ran.
There were some interruptions in this year's series, however, due to Strom Arwen.
Last year’s three weeks in the castle came to a close with Giovanna Fletcher being crowned as the queen.
Who's in the final of I'm A Celebrity 2021?
The 12 famous faces who originally entered the camp have now been whittled down to just three – with Frankie Bridge, Simon Gregson, and Danny Miller the finalists vying to be crowned King or Queen of the Castle.
On Saturday night, David Ginola became the eighth celebrity to be eliminated from the show, following the double departure of EastEnders legend Adam Woodyatt and Olympic diver Matty Lee the previous night.
Early, Richard Madeley exited towards the beginning of the run after he left the COVID bubble when he was briefly admitted to hospital.
How long will I’m A Celebrity 2021 last?
Since the 2012 series, each edition of I’m A Celebrity has lasted for three weeks, finishing on a Sunday – and that's the case again this year.
I’m A Celeb fans were disappointed last year when it was announced that the show would be finishing two days earlier than normal.
ITV revealed that the 2020 final would be taking place on Friday 4th December, two days sooner than the predicted finish date of Sunday 6th December.
The series was reportedly cut shorter due to the weather, with bosses worrying that the celebrities wouldn’t be able to hack the cold.
This meant that for the first time ever, the contestants' I'm A Celebrity journey was shorter than three weeks.
"There have been some concerns at ITV that it's going to be a mega shock to the system when they leave the lap of luxury and are suddenly living in a damp, squalid castle," a source told The Sun at the time.
"There are fears some will sack it off. They were even worried some might not even enter the castle at all. This will be harder than the Australian jungle. It will be damp and freezing."