A new I'm A Celeb trailer was released on Monday and shows Ant and Dec poking fun at the show moving from Australia to North Wales amid the coronavirus pandemic.
While looking for their camp, which they believe to be in the Australian jungle, they come across a cafe and demand some ‘authentic Aussie tucker'.
To hammer the point home, they call the waitress 'Sheila' and Ant demands 'some shrimp off the Barbie.'
Bushtucker: New I'm A Celebrity trailer shows Ant And Dec searching for 'Aussie tucker' before munching on Welsh cakes as they poke fun at show's UK location
However, they are given some authentic Welsh cakes, which they believe to be from Sydney, but they were in fact made by a Welsh man called Sidney.
The promo comes after it was claimed the show will officially start on Sunday November 15 with TV bosses set to confirm the date on Monday.
It's also been claimed the show will go on as planned, despite Wales going back into lockdown until November 9 due to the rise in Covid-19 cases.
Classic: While looking for their camp, which they believe to be in the Australian jungle Ant asks the waitress to 'throw a couple of shrimps on the barbie'
More to come: The TV hosting duo appeared in high sprits as they placed their order at the cafe in Wales
Worries: It's also been claimed the show will go on as planned, despite Wales going back into lockdown until November 9 due to the rise in Covid-19 cases
The popular show does tend to start in the middle of November with a Sunday night often being used as the launch show.
It then runs for three weeks, with Ant and Declan as hosts, in the lead-up to Christmas.
MailOnline has contacted ITV for a comment.
This year's UK-based season is also expected to air for a similar amount of time as usual, but instead be broadcast from Gwrych Castle in north Wales.
It's coming! I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! is set to return to TV screens in just two weeks time on Sunday November 15
New home: This year's series will be filmed at Gwrych Castle in Wales after the coronavirus pandemic meant going to Australia wouldn't be possible
A spokesman for the castle also addressed the recent lockdown and said the show would go ahead as planned.
Taking to Twitter, they said: 'Following the announcement from the First Minister the overriding message is that filming CAN continue in Wales providing related activity cannot be undertaken from home, and there is full compliance with Welsh law. We cannot wait to see I'm A Celebrity on our screens.'
Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford announced on October 16 that the 'firebreak' lockdown would start on Friday 23 October and run until at least