I had to draw a phone on a slate!
Arielle catches up with BGSS recruit, Callum, who answers some quick fire Scrambled! questions and takes on the egg roulette challenge… eggsellent!
Arielle went to North Wales to find out what the new recruits got up to at Bear Grylls Survival School.
Take a look at her photo library below.
Abi moved from Chicago to the UK three years ago and now lives in a small village in Scotland.
Abi admits to having a mischievous side. " I used to get into a lot of trouble when I was younger. I love adventures!"
John loves spending time in the great outdoors as he used to venture into the countryside with his late father.
He thinks Survival School would change him as "I'd probably be a bit skinnier"
A natural peacekeeper, Lauren is enthusiastic about making new friends and is keen to keep the team together. " I just hate when people get bullied, that's just really horrible.
Spending half her life doing sports she's always up for a challenge!
Ashley describes himself as a real chatterbox " but I know when to shut up"
He insists he doesn't get into trouble at school because "no one catches me"
Ashley loves kickboxing and attends a weekly class. He's been going since he was five years old!
Check out this extended trailer for the Brand New series which premieres on CITV.
Get a first look at the challenges that face our Survival School students of 2017. Will they overcome all that Bear and his crack team have in store for them? Tune in to CITV this Saturday 7th January at 8.30am to begin the adventure!
Eugenie knows her own mind and has been taught to speak up when she's not happy about a situation. "If someone is being extremely rude, then I am going to speak up."
She admits she is not as active as she'd like to be and will find Survival School a challenge., however she has the mental strength to see it through and is "determined and willing to give it a go!"
Inspirational Joshua helped design the new Alder Hey Children's Hospital. After spending significant time within the hospital growing up, he devised clever ways to help children and families feel more comfortable during their stay.
He is extremely sporty and physically fit. He believes the enjoyment of taking part in sport is worth all the aches and pains after.