With the new series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! is just two weeks away fans are still trying to unravel the clues to reveal the identities of the ‘mystery’ contestants.
And host Julia Morris decided to tease the viewers once again by offering a glimpse of the African jungle camp, where the reality show kicks off at the end of the month.
In the image posted on her Instagram on Thursday, the 47-year-old comedian pulls a feisty pose on-set while wearing her signature Queen of the Jungle leopard print dress and ritzy high heels.
Hear me roar: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! host Julia Morris, 47, teased fans with this feisty snap of the African jungle set, posted on Instagram on Thursday, while wearing a leopard print dress and high heels
Sydney-born Julia captioned the image: ‘Y’all ready for this? @imacelebrityau #everyfilterpossible Jx.’
She also tagged her co-host, Bondi Vet star Chris Brown as well as the spin-off show’s presenters Heather Maltman and Joel Creasey.
The program, based on a long-running British format, starts on Channel Ten on 31st January.
It will feature an array of stars camped out in the jungle, who must survive a series of tasks – known as tucker trials – and the public vote to win $100,000 for their charity.
In recent weeks, speculation has been rife as to who will go into the jungle at the end of the month.
King and Queen: Julia poses next to her co-host, Bondi Vet star Chris Brown, 37, in a promo for the show
Channel Ten has teased fans with a series of clues including: ‘International DJ,’ ‘cricket player,’ ‘supermodel’, ‘AFL legend’, ‘record breaking pop star’, ‘Hollywood heartthrob’ and a ‘world class comedian’.
And more recently, the network has offered even more detailed hints as to the contestants’ identities.
Of the ‘International DJ’, an Instagram graphic posted on Thursday states: ‘This artist has had chart-topping singles in both Australia and the U.S.’
Another teases: ‘A television icon: She’s a Silver Logie winner and a household name in over 20 countries.’
Follow the trail: Channel Ten released several clues so fans can guess the identities of the show’s contestants
Despite offering plenty of hints, no member of the line-up has been officially confirmed as of Friday afternoon.
Meanwhile, Julia’s co-host Chris Brown told The Project on Thursday that the reality show is going to be even bigger – and tougher – in its second season.
The hunky presenter said: ‘As opposed to last year, where we kind of went easy on all the celebrities in the jungle, this year, it’s very real Africa.
‘This is going to be a different series, it’s going to be a little bit more wild, a bit more dangerous.’