Here's everything you need to know about the new hosts of the legendary show.
Andrew is a former international cricketer who has made a name for himself as a broadcaster since.
He was born in Lancashire on December 6, 1977 – which makes him 40 years old.
He's been involved in numerous TV projects; not only did he win the first series of the Aussie I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, but he presented ITV's Cannonball and was a park of Sky One's A League of Their Own.
He has been married to wife Rachael Wools Flintoff since March 2005, with whom he has three children named Holly, Corey and Rocky.
Paddy, born Patrick Joseph McGuinness, is a comedian, comedy actor and TV presenter.
The Farnworth, Lancashire native is a 45-year-old, having been born on August 14, 1973.
He is best known for presenting shows like Take Me Out and Benchmark since his TV debut in 1995.
Paddy is famous Christine Martin since June 2011 and the pair have three kids together; Penelope, Leo and Felicity.
In 2017, it was revealed that Leo and Penelope have autism and the famous couple has openly discussed the challenges they have faced since.
Chris is a 43-year-old journalist who has made a career in the automotive field as a writer, presenter AND driver.
His writing credits start with Autocar magazine, where he climbed the ranks to 'road-test editor', writing opinion pieces and reviews on cars.
He has also appeared in a series of YouTube videos and created his own show Chris Harris on Cars, which was later bought and moved to the BBC's website.
Before moving over to the main programme, Chris and co-star Rory Reid hosted the spin-off show of the main series, called Extra Gear.
On top of his reviewing responsibilities, he also races – and has taken part in the Nurburgring 24 hours endurance test three times in 2010, 2015 and 2016.
However, his team had to pull out of the 2016 race after their car was wrecked in a practice round.
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