The ITV stars, who shot to fame on the ITV reality show this summer, will be put through their paces as they work in Americas Wild West – a far cry from the Majorcan villa.
Their reunion might be a little bit awkward though as Eyal recently had a lot to say about Georgia and her ex-boyfriend Sam Birds break-up, questioning why they made it so public.
Making his feelings known on heat Radios Big Night, Eyal began: Neither of them needed to get their story out there. I think, respectfully, you break up amicably; no matter what went on if in the public eye. You discuss whatever you need to behind closed doors; you argue, you fight.
He continued: As soon as you go to social media in order to air your side of the story its going to create controversy and its going to have people just going at you.
Georgia and Sam confirmed theyd parted ways earlier this month and both took to Instagram to air their sides of the split, and since then Georgia has revealed shes ready to find love again.
Eyal added: I love Gee (Georgia), I do. I know her better than Sam, but was she loyal? Im not sure.
I messaged them both just saying “hope everythings good, keep on doing your thing.” Its just a lot of bad energy right now, you know? Its just back and forth bitterness.
Luckily for both Eyal and Georgia theyll be joined by eight other well-known faces to ease any tensions.
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Joining them on Celebs on the Ranch will be TOWIE faves Courtney Green and Bobby Norris, dancer Louie Spence, Made in Chelseas Mark Francis and Victoria Baker-Harber, presenter Jenny Powell.
And if that wasnt enough, ex boyband member Siva Kaneswaran and Real Housewives of Chershires Tanya Bardsley will be there for all the fun too, with comedian Stephen Bailey hosting.
Throughout the course of the show a no-nonsense rancher will vote off the celeb they reckon wont be able to make it on the ranch.
Celebs on the Ranch will air next year on 5STAR.
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