I’m A Celebrity will return to our screens soon but viewers will notice it isn't the same as the usual series of the ITV show.

The new series will see celebrities, including a former professional boxer from Bolton, take on the show’s challenges but it won't be the first time they've taken part.

This time the show will be filmed in South Africa and it will see celebrities take on challenges for a second time, having already completed a series of the show before.

Bolton’s Amir Khan is among the confirmed celebrities taking part in the series but how did he fare when he took on the challenge the first time around?

Amir Khan’s previous stint on I’m A Celebrity as he prepares for all-stars series

On Twitter, the official I’m A Celebrity account has reminded viewers of some of the celebrities’ performances from when they appeared on the show before.

Khan appeared on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here in 2017 during the show’s 17th series.

While on the show, celebrities must complete Bushtucker Trials and other challenges to win stars for camp.

The more stars collected, the more food the celebrities are given at night.

However, if stars aren’t collected, it’s rice and beans on the menu for the campmates.

The 36-year-old won a total of nine stars out of a possible 10 for camp during his stint on the show.

Khan finished the show in 5th place and his most memorable moment has been called ‘strawberry-gate’ by the Twitter account.

Strawberry-gate refers to the time Khan and Iain Commit won a Dingo Dollar challenge and were rewarded with a treat for camp – strawberries and cream.

However, Amir Khan suggested that he and Commit eat them without the other campmates knowing.

They stopped on their way back into camp, ate the treat and decided to tell the others that they weren’t successful in the challenge and therefore didn’t win anything.

Amir Khan will be joined by other celebrities in the camp, including Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo, former Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan and TV presenter Carol Vorderman.

The all-star series of the ITV show will air at the end of April.