I'M a Celebrity is back on our screens – but one star's been making waves before he's even in the jungle.
Matt Hancock is one of this year's star signings and he's already been allowed to break strict isolation rules.
The MP was let by bosses to keep his laptop and phone with him for constituency work – despite other stars being banned from using theirs.
A source said: "Matt has been given a different arrangement during his isolation period to the other contestants.
"He has been allowed his phone and laptop so that he can carry on working and keep in touch with his constituents."
But it's not just isolation rules that contestants have to abide by in order to pick up their cheques at the end. Here, we take a look at the show's rulebook.
Heading into the Australian bush comes with a large payment – and a catch.
It's previously been reported that you only receive the full amount if you make it at LEAST three days in the show.
It might explain why Gemma Collins, 41, pushed herself to stay in for 72 hours despite being utterly miserable in 2014.
She refused to parachute in with her co-stars and then cited health reasons for her early departure from the show.