They have been some big changes on this year's I'm A Celebrity - and the logo is going to be different as well.

The up-coming series, of course, will be filmed at Gwrych Castle in Wales because of the global pandemic.

Things will be very different this time around and fans can't wait until the stars get settled into some very new surroundings.

ITV has reportedly spent big money hiring the castle for six weeks and are turning it into an alternative to the Australian jungle.

The Welsh listed building, which is near Abergele, has now been added to the logo - but the iconic trees and blue skies remain.

We'll be seeing this new-look logo a lot in the weeks ahead

While a start date has not yet been confirmed, the hit show usually begins mid November.

The winner will be crowned King or Queen of the Castle - and the countdown is on.

Bosses want the best line-up in the show's history and are happy to splash the cash.

Reporters suggest Mo Farah could be getting £300,000 to appear, while Vernon Kay will apparently get £150,000.

Ant and Dec are gearing up for presenting from the castle in Wales
Mo Farah could stand to make £300,000, reports suggest

Corrie star Beverley Callard is tipped to get £125,000 by saying yes.

But even though the cameras are moving in, Gwrych Castle has set up crowd funding page to pay for repair work.

They say they won't be getting "anywhere near" the £1m quoted elsewhere - and need help to restore the 200 year old building.

Appealing to followers of the Gwrych Castle Facebook page for cash, a statement read: "We need your help to enable us to finally blow out the candles and bring light back to Gwrych Castle for the first time since the 1980’s!

"The total project cost for Phase 1 of the repair of the castle will be around £10 million."