Game of Talents features I'm a Celebrity reunion with Vernon Kay, Jordan North and Giovanna Fletcher

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Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

Game of Talents just brought back together three I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here pals.

Presented by Vernon Kay, the new ITV show challenges two couples (a famous face teaming up with a member of the public) to guess from a list which talents a line-up of performers have.

On tonight's (April 17) episode, Jordan North and Giovanna Fletcher had a go, alongside their partners Jess and Marvin.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

Related: I'm a Celebrity star Jordan North reveals he was "last-minute" addition to line-up

As fans of Ant and Dec's long-running reality series will know, Vernon, Jordan and Giovanna all starred in last year's Welsh castle version, which the latter ended up winning.

Four months on, the trio seem to be inseparable, and a couple of viewers seemed happy to see the contestants back together.

Finished with a laughing emoji, one person wrote: "It's the finalists from I'm a celeb tonight Vernon Jordan and Giovanna how weird is that."

"Mini #ImACeleb reunion," added a second.

Photo credit: ITV
Photo credit: ITV

Related: I'm a Celebrity winner Giovanna Fletcher opens up about plans to renew her vows with husband Tom

Previously previewing Game of Talents, Vernon told Digital Spy: "We've got circus acts, we've got end of the pier acts, we've got people that do things for a hobby, part-time acts, bizarre acts, strange acts, there's absolutely everything that comes through those doors.

"If you're stood at a bus stop, you wouldn't guess that someone is a sword swallower, a ventriloquist or a contortionist just by looking at them in their daywear, and that’s what makes the game show element so good."

Game of Talents continues next Saturday (April 24) on ITV.

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