But getting to camp wasn’t always going to be an easy feat for some of the famous faces.
But how will they cope being left marooned in the outback?
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Temperatures are scorching hot and the red desert completely surrounds them but the three celebrities must tackle the challenge in order to get back to camp.
Farage, Gibson and Rose have no time to lose as their fellow 2023 I’m A Celeb campmates need them to help as soon as they can.
The rest of the celebrity campers are waiting for them around 2,000 miles away, on Australia's Gold Coast where they are taking part in their own series of challenges.
While stranded, the unlikely trio face tasks in the outback to help their fellow celebrities win stars.
Without stars, everyone in the camp will be going hungry on the first night in the Oz jungle which would not be a popular move.
How will Farage, Gibson and Rose cope with the challenges ahead of them?
Will they be able to cope with the red-hot heat?
Will the camp go hungry?
Nigel Farage on I'm A Celebrity
Ahead of the TV series, the politician revealed his reasons for going onto I'm A Celeb is to prove really he's a nice guy.
Never shy of being controversial, Farage has been so unpopular in the past but he's determined to show a different side to him after seeing Matt Hancock take on the jungle last year.
He said: “Given millions hate me, I do expect people will vote for me to do trials! My crime was to stand against an establishment view and I was for many years the lone voice saying Europe wasn’t where we should be, so I have been a little bit demonised.
"I am hoping those who hate me might hate me a little bit less afterwards. But it’s a gamble.
"And the idea that somehow the things I represent - mean-spirited, small-minded, nasty, the ‘little Englander’ - all those accusations that have been flung at me over the years just aren’t true.
"If we can dispel some of those misconceptions, then that will be a good thing too."
Farage could be ok with being stranded in the desert, as long as it doesn't involve anything to do with heights. "I am particularly dreading anything to do with heights and everyone will have a degree of apprehension," he said. "But again this is what the test is."
Before the show has even started, Farage has sparked outrage.
Campaign group Best for Britain is encouraging people to boycott the ITV show for signing him up alongside the famous faces.
They claimed that 1,000 people have put forward complaints to TV hosts Ant and Dec - and the series hasn't even kicked off yet.
But it's not the first time the show has courted controversial as I'm A Celebrity has had some major controversial moments in its history.
I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! launches this Sunday at 9pm on ITV1 & ITVX.