Im A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! will not be moving sites despite forest fires spreading throughout Australia.
Fans of the show have been concerned that the iconic camp would have to up sticks as flames grew nearer to the location, in Springbrook National Park, New South Wales.
However, an ITV spokesperson has confirmed that this is not the case.
In a statement issued to Metro.co.uk, they said: Were in constant contact with the NSW fire brigade and we currently have no cause for concern.
Earlier this week it was reported that bosses of the show were thrown into panic after the blaze headed towards the jungle.
Australias East Coast has been hit by severe bush fires that have already seen mass evacuations in the Gold Coast.
The Sun reported that the flames are dangerously close to the Im A Celeb set, with fires said to be out of control.
An insider told the publication: [The fires are] a bit of a law unto themselves and a change of wind direction can send them on a collision course with the camp.
ITVs jungle is actually a banana plantation that cost £7million to turn into a working TV studio so if the fire gets any closer to it there will be some very worried executives.
Firefighters are on hand to tackle the blazes and hopefully prevent them from spreading.
Bush fires pose a threat to the show every year, with 200 fires spreading in November last year while the celebrities were in the jungle.
Luckily, the celebs were able to stay put and filming was not affected.
The last time Im a Celebrity bosses had to evacuate the camp was in 2015 after a particularly heavy storm.
Its just two months until the hit reality show will be returning to our screens, with Ant McPartlin back presenting alongside Declan Donnelly.