Ollie Locke has become the latest celebrity tipped to join the next series of Celebs Go Dating.
The hit E4 reality show just wrapped up its third season but already there are lots of rumoured names for next year.
According to The Sun newspaper, Ollie is one of those in line for the new cast - despite recently launching his own dating app.
He'll follow in the footstep of Made In Chelsea co-star Toff who appeared in the latest series.
"Ollie has been devoting much of his time to helping other gay men find The One since leaving Made In Chelsea but the truth is he hasn't had much luck himself," a source said.
They added: “He's still single and while some may say it's ironic he left MIC to run a dating app but is now returning to TV to find a lover, the offer to star on Celebs Go Dating really appealed to him."
Also rumoured for what will be the fourth series is Gemma Collins, who apparently met with show bosses this week.
Dating agent Nadia Essex previously revealed she was already on the look out for celebs for the next series.
Speaking to Star magazine, Nadia admitted she had a couple of dream celebrity clients.
The relationship expert said: "Katie Price would be great, although she doesn't like me very much, but Lindsay Lohan would be my number one.
"She'd be great for the show but impossible to find a date for."
Series 3 of Celebs Go Dating finished last month, with celebs including X Factor's Frankie Cocozza and model Calum Best.
Reality star Charlotte Dawson, TV presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford and Hollywood's Courtney Stodden were also seen looking for love on the show.
Celebs Go Dating airs on E4.