Kiosk Keith's replacement on I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! has been revealed.
Kiosk Kev will instead be manning the Outback Shack, and dishing out the treats if the celebrities correctly answer the question put to them following the Dingo Dollar challenge.
The show newcomer looks just as stony-faced as his predecessor, with the biggest difference being his big, bushy beard.
It was revealed earlier this year that Kiosk Keith, played by crew member Raymond Grant, wouldn't be returning to the show following allegations in the press of inappropriate on-set behaviour.
"[Kiosk Keith actor Raymond Grant] is no longer under contract on the show," a show spokesperson Digital Spy in January ."There are no plans for him to return this year."
This year's line-up for the ITV reality TV show sees 10 new stars jetting to Australia to live in the jungle for a few weeks.
Heading to Oz are The Inbetweeners actress Emily Atack, former football manager Harry Redknapp, Doctor Who star John Barrowman, The X Factor runner up Fleur East and The Chase governess Anne Hegarty.
Also joining them is DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles, The Vamps star James McVey and three soap stars, Coronation Street actress Said Khan, former EastEnders favourite Rita Simons and Hollyoaks star Malique Thompson-Dwyer.
Declan Donnelly is returning to present the show for the 16th year in a row, though he won't be joined by usual comedy partner Ant McPartlin.
The Geordie star is taking a year out from television duties so he can focus on his recovery, after spending time in rehab for drink and prescription drugs addiction.
Instead, This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby is taking his place for the year, until Ant returns to the show.
I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! premieres on Sunday, November 18 on ITV.
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