The twelve stars who will attempt to take on the gruelling Channel 4’s Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins have been revealed.
Among the line-up is TV star Kerry Katona, Strictly Come Dancing winner Ore Oduba and The Apprentice and Loose Women’s Saira Khan.
Middleton will appear alongside Jason "Foxy" Fox, Mark "Billy" Billingham, Melvyn Downes and Anthony "Staz" Stazicker.
Here’s all you need to know about Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins 2021.
When is Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins back on?
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins will return on Channel 4 on 29 August 2021.
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins line-up 2021?
Alexandra Burke is best known for winning The X Factor in 2008. She has also featured on Strictly Come Dancing in 2017.
Ore Oduba is best known for his radio and TV presenting for the BBC. He also won Strictly Come Dancing in 2016.
James Cracknell is a former Olympic rowing champion. He has also taken part in numerous physical challenges.
TV Presenter Saira Khan was the runner-up on the first series of The Apprentice, and has gone on to present The Martin Lewis Money Show, and appears on Loose Women.
Former Atomic Kitten member and reality TV star Kerry Katona will also appear.
Former Love Islander Wes Nelson will take part in the new series. He also competed on Dancing on Ice and X Factor: Celebrity.
Vicky Pattison is best known for her appearances on UK TV, including being a panellist on Loose Women. She has also appeared on Ex on the Beach and I’m a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!v
Jake Quickenden is best known for his time on The X Factor in 2012, and his victory on Dancing on Ice in 2018. He also appeared on I’m a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!
Ulrika Jonsson is best known for presenting the weather on Good Morning Britain, and competing on Celebrity MasterChef in 2017.
Kieron is a former midfielder who started his career at Ipswich Town, where he is now the U23s manager.
Aled Davies is a Welsh Paralympian athlete who is best known for competing in throwing events. He held the world record for the shot put in 2012.
Shanaze Reade is best known for being a three-time winner of the UCI BMX World Championships. She was most recently heard commentating on the Tokyo Olympic BMX events for the BBC.