Emily Atack has been confirmed to replace Scarlett Moffatt on I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp.
The 29-year-old star had been rumoured to be joining the brand new line-up for months and the news was confirmed by ITV on Wednesday night.
The TV personality will be joining returning host Joel Dommett and fellow newcomer Adam Thomas to host the spin-off show, with Joe Swash also departing the programme.
Brand new line-up: Emily Atack has been confirmed to replace Scarlett Moffatt on I'm A Celebrity... Extra Camp, joining returning host Joel Dommett (centre) and fellow newcomer Adam Thomas (right)
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Emily, who came runner-up last year, said: 'I'm thrilled that I get to make more amazing memories in a place that means so much to me.
'I've loved working with Joel on Singletown, we're like brother and sister, and Adam has got such amazing energy. The three of us are going to have the best time ever!'
Adam Thomas, who placed third on the 2016 series, commented: 'I can't believe that I'm heading back to the Jungle, this is something I never saw coming my way!
'I'm so excited to be reunited with my campmate Joel and to also work alongside Emily. We're going to have so much fun...just keep me away from those spiders!'
Bowing out: Scarlett (centre) and long-term presenter Joe Swash (right) revealed they had decided to quit their roles this summer
After Scarlett and Joel both confirmed they had quit the show this summer, it was widely rumoured that Emily would be taking over.
The source told The Sun: 'Emily charmed I’m A Celeb viewers with her bubbly personality and self-deprecating jokes.
'She’s a true professional and can more than handle herself live on camera. She has great energy and doesn’t take herself too seriously.
'She’s been open this year about being comfortable in her own skin and producers think she represents real women. She is already mates with Joel.'
Joe, 37, who has presented the series since 2009, was the first out of him and Scarlett to reveal he was departing from the show by penning a social media post this week.
He wrote: 'I can’t believe I’m about to say this... For 10 incredible years I’ve been lucky enough to host my favourite show on telly.
'Being a part of the I’m a Celebrity After Show has been everything I