They've been hosts of the reality show since day one. But Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown are "hoping" to see the show return for a fifth season, though they admit the future is looking uncertain.
Network Ten's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! – which is filmed in South Africa – is notoriously expensive to produce. It's yet to be renewed after the fourth season aired earlier this year.
"We're really hoping for a recommission," an optimistic Julia, 50, tells TV WEEK. "We're generally crossing everything.
"You know what television is like in this day and age. It could go either way. I feel like we aren't ready to say goodbye to Africa yet."
Chris, 39, echoes his co-host's hopes for more time in the jungle.
"It would be very exciting. We feel the best years of the show are still to come," he admits.
"There are a lot of other things we want to explore over there – a few more buttons to press with the celebs. They haven't eaten everything in the jungle there."
Plus, Chris isn't ready to bid farewell to his charming co-shot Julia.
"I think that is an on-air relationship that continues to evolve," he says. "I don't know where it will go next.
"We have a ball over there – it's like our own little private jungle tree house that some how we are licensed to perform in."
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! first aired in Australia in February 2015, and sees various celebrities compete in challenges for their chance to win $100,000 to be donated to their chosen charity.
There's no word yet on whether or not the series will return, though we certainly hope so!