Dani Dyer has reported been cast as a contestant for Love Island in 2018.
The daughter of actor Danny Dyer recently took part in new ITV2 reality show Survival Of The Fittest.
However she was forced to leave after just one day, following an arm injury.
The new series aired in February with 12 strong and sexy singles entering The Lodge for the ultimate battle of the sexes.
During the first Girls v Boys challenge, Dani hurt her arm. She was forced to leave the show after medical intervention.
Now the The Sun say Dani is set to join Love Island, which is made by the same people as Survival Of The Fittest.
However she's under a strict 'no sex' ban from her dad.
"Danny wasn’t happy about her signing up to do Love Island because he doesn’t want her have sex on-screen," a source claimed. “He thinks it could damage her reputation in years to come. No father wants to see their daughter romping on national TV.
"He’s imposed a strict no-bonking ban as he doesn’t want her to do anything she regrets. He doesn’t even want her to snog anyone.”
Despite the reports, as yet no names have been officially confirmed for this summer's Love Island, which will be the fourth series.
Meanwhile, Dani has spoken out after her exit from Survival Of The Fittest.
She said: "For medical reasons, I can't take part in any of the challenges because I am now using a sling."
Dani added: "My experience in the lead up to going into The Lodge was just amazing, I can't put it into words how amazing it was so I am absolutely gutted that I can't do any of the challenges.
"If I could go back and not dislocate my shoulder, I would definitely change it. I hope this isn't the last you've seen of me."
She was replaced in the show which concluded earlier this year.
Love Island and Survival Of The Fittest both air on ITV2.