The celebrities on The Jump 2017 line up are starting to be confirmed and here's a round up of the contestants so far.
It was announced earlier this year that The Jump would return for a fourth series in early 2017 after a thorough review of safety standards following the last series.
Despite all the injuries to the previous bunch of celebs - which ranged from broken ankles and dislocated elbows to a broken back - a whole host of new celebrity contestants have signed up to The Jump 2017 cast.
The first of four all star names have been confirmed by Channel 4 and you can meet them all below, as well as new celebrities as and when they're revealed.
Series Four of The Jump will film in Austria and air over six weeks and with Davina McCall at the helm in 2017, with a start expected in early February.
Who's on The Jump 2017? Line up confirmed!
Sir Bradley Wiggins has countless medals and titles to is name as a pro cyclist, including 5 Olympic golds
Former Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews has joined The Jump cast. He's the latest MIC star to compete, following in the footsteps of ex-girlfriend Louise Thompson and Mark-Francis.
The Only Way Is Essex's Lydia Bright revealed she signed up for the show on Twitter with a picture alongside fellow contestant Spencer. "Chelsea Vs Essex @SpencerMatthews #TheJump 🎿 ⛷" Lydia wrote.
Singer Jake Quickenden previously appeared on The X Factor in 2014 and then turned up in the I'm A Celebrity jungle the same year.
American Model Caprice has signed up to The Jump, havig appeared in a number of other UK reality shows over the years. In 2005, Caprice appeared in Celebrity Big Brother and in 2013 she took part in ITV's Splash!
Paralympic medallist Kadeena Cox won three medals - including two golds - at the Rio 2016 Paralympics.
Model Vogue Williams previously took part in Bear Grylls: Mission Survive - which she won - proving herself to be more than up for an extreme challenge.
Footballer Robbie Fowler previously played for Liverpool and England, scoring a total of 186 goals throughout his career as a striker.
Former Big Brother housemate Josie Gibson appeared in the final Channel 4 series of BB and All Star spin-off Ultimate Big Brother back in 2010.
Olympian Jade Jones, taekwondo champ who won gold in Rio this year as well as in London 2012, is set to head to the slopes, The Sun reports.
Another Olympian, Louis Smith is a medallist in gymnastics and previously competed in BBC's Tumble and Strictly Come Dancing.
Welsh Rugby International player Gareth Thomas previously competed in Dancing On Ice, but will that be of any help on The Jump?
Gareth isn't the only rugby player on the confirmed line up of The Jump 2017 with World Cup Winner and England Rugby Captain Jason Robinson also taking to the slopes.
Comic Mark Dolan hosted Channel 4's Balls Of Steel between 2005 and 2008 and has also appeared on Let's Dance for Sport Relief and co-hosted If Katie Hopkins Ruled the World.
Emma Parker Bowles
Camilla Parker Bowles’ niece Emma has reportedly signed up to The Jump 2017 cast.
The Jump 2017 will air on Channel 4 and is expected to start in February.