Get Me Out Of Here!' on Sunday (19 November) night, cracking a joke about Ant's rehab stint in the opening minutes of the show.
I'm A Celebrity is one of Ant and Dec's most successful shows, helping them win a whopping 16 Best Presenter gongs at the National Television Awards.
Introducing last night's episode, Dec said: "Welcome to Australia we are back and we are here for the next three weeks, your hosts with the most, me and the gorgeous Holly Willoughby".
Dec quipped back: "Guys, that is the wrong script".
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Beaming widely for cameras and walking to their famous perch in the jungle for the first time this series, Ant proved he was back to his best - after a summer battling his drink and drug addictions. You have put the wrong script on the screen", turning to Ant he added: "Nobody was sure if you would make it or not.
Dec continued: "Where were you all summer? We didn't know if you would be here".
Cue faux offence from the returning Ant, who promptly embraced his television soulmate and insisted that he was "always going to make it back".
Ant has suffered a hard 2017, after admitting in June he had been battling a two-year addiction to painkillers after a devastating knee injury and fertility issues.
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The pair later referenced the issue once again, with Dec jokingly asking Ant "Where have you been all summer?!"
Two others agreed: "Already making jokes about Ant's rehab #ImACeleb I love Ant and Dec", and: "OMG. What were you doing?"
Ant also celebrated his 42nd birthday over the weekend, but he kept his celebrations low-key, thanks to his TV endeavours.
"Just stuff, I was dead busy".
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