Richard Cowles, director of entertainment at ITV Studios, previously said: "The Australian jungle is such an integral part of the show and it was a big challenge to find a United Kingdom location where we could continue to deliver what viewers love about 'I'm A Celebrity".
The cheeky duo undertake three of the gruelling trials for the first time in the upcoming UK-set series of the reality show, and previously admitted that they were battling the nerves.
Other trials faced by the pair include "Catch A Falling Star" where in order to win stars for camp they have to catch them as they dropped from overhead.
The pair were confronted with a "starter, main and dessert" for an eating trial.
Dec said he was "paralysed with fear", while Ant joked: "I feel this is payback".
Seated at either end of the table Ant & Dec were ready for the final trial. "We've got away with it for so long that they're just going to throw everything at us".
I'm a Celebrity. Get Me Out of Here! will reportedly only run for 20 days this year.
This Sunday sees ITV celebrate the 20th series of I'm A Celebrity with I'm A Celebrity.A Jungle Story which airs at 8:10PM.
Things will be very different this year, filming in Wales rather than the Australian jungle - with it being unclear what will happen in the hit show. A Jungle Story this Sunday at 8.10pm on ITV.
If the cold doesn't scare the celebs off, then the spirits may do as the castle is said to be haunted.
If the rumours are true, just some of the celebrities who could be bedding down the night in the cold surroundings of the 200-year-old castle include Strictly's AJ Pritchard, Selling Sunset's Christine Quinn, comedian Jason Manford, Eastenders' Jessica Plumber, presenter Vernon Kay, amusing man Shane Ritchie, and athlete Mo Farah.
Tombola Arcade's I'm a Celeb ads are already being shown on TV, and they're hoping to gain your attention with an innovative campaign that was designed by Tombola's creative agency, Uber.