The former housemate appeared in the final Channel 4 series of BB and All Star spin-off Ultimate Big Brother back in 2010.
The Sun newspaper reports that Josie will be taking to the slopes in the fourth series of Channel 4's The Jump in 2017.
She joins a growing line up of celebs on The Jump 2017 line up, with Lydia Bright confirmed for the show last week.
The star of The Only Way Is Essex announced the news in a picture online alongside another previously confirmed contestant, Made In Chelsea's Spencer Matthews.
Lydia quipped: "Reality show down, Chelsea Vs Essex @SpencerMatthews #TheJump 🎿 ⛷ @Channel4"
Also joining the pair on The Jump 2017 cast is Vogue Williams.
Model Vogue previously took part in Bear Grylls: Mission Survive - which she won - proving herself to be more than up for an extreme challenge.
They all join footballer Robbie Fowler and model Caprice Bourret on the cast of next year's show.
Meanwhile, two rugby stars have also been confirmed for the winter sports contest: former England captain Jason Robinson OBE, and Welsh international Gareth Thomas.
The rest of the line-up will be announced in due course, with presenter Davina McCall recently teasing that it's "unbelievable".
This year's competitors may be some of the bravest names in showbiz after the last series proved a disaster, with seven celebs withdrawing due to injury.
Despite the nightmare, C4 announced a fourth series of The Jump in July, following a "thorough review of safety standards".
The Jump 2017 will air on Channel 4 in the new year.