Jack appeared on ITV2's Love Island this summer, where he partnered up with Laura Crane.
However, like almost every Love Island couple before them, the pair split up shortly after the show finished.
Now Jack is said to be looking for love again on a new reality show.
The Sun reports that he'll join the new series of Celebs Go Dating as a late arrival.
A source told the tabloid: "Jack has been telling everyone how he's had loads of meetings with the show’s casting agents and they loved him.
“He’s told people it’s a done deal and he’s joining the show as a late arrival.”
Jack isn't the only Love Islander set for the series with the villa's very loyal contestant, Georgia Steel already confirmed for the line up.
And they follow in the footsteps of former Love Island stars Olivia Attwood and Eyal Booker, who took part in the previous season of the E4 show earlier in 2018.
Meanwhile, also confirmed for Celebs Go Dating's sixth season in 2019 are reality star Megan McKenna, popstar and Jungle Queen Kerry Katona, Hollyoaks actress Chelsee Healey and
Joining the girls on their quest for love are three single guys, The Only Way is Essex’s Pete Wicks and Ibiza Weekender head rep David Potts.
Plus, back at the agency for a second time is Made in Chelsea’s recently single Sam Thompson - is he finally ready to take dating seriously and find someone to settle down with?
The new series will also see a brand new matchmaker as Paul Carrick Brunson - who joined the show last series - welcomes life coach Anna Williamson.
Tom Read-Wilson will be back as the agency’s Junior Client Coordinator and with a sympathetic ear, listens to the Celebrities’ dating woes and triumphs during their post-date debriefs.
Celebs Go Dating will air on E4 in the new year.