ITV's I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! has officially started as stars finally return to the Australian jungle to be named King or Queen of the jungle. 

Famous faces including pop icon Boy George, radio host Chris Moyles and even former health secretary Matt Hancock all made their way to the camp. 

Along with the many famous faces, there is one star that many local fans of the show will be rooting for. 

Former Lioness and Sunderland-born Jill Scott is one of those swapping football for jungle life. 

Who is Jill Scott? 

The 35-year-old former midfielder became a household name during the summer when she was part of the victorious England women's football team at the UEFA Women's Euro. 

Shortly after the final, Scott announced that she would be retiring from the sport after a career that lasted nearly 20 years. 

The footballer started her career with her home city's women's team before moving to Everton Ladies in 2006. 

Scott stayed with the team for seven years before signing a two-year deal with Manchester City. 

In her twenty-year career, Scott has won every domestic honour, including the Women's Super League with City in 2017. 

Three years later, the Lioness signed a coaching deal with the club and went on to play on loan for Everton and Aston Villa. 

During her time playing for England, Scott earned 161 caps and scored 27 goals for the national side, including one against Holland in the Euro 2009 semi-finals. 

Stepping away from football, Scott co-owns the popular coffee shop Boxx2Boxx in Manchester. 

The former Lioness opened the shop with her finance Shelly Unitt last year and was seen working in the shop just five days after their historic win.