The one-off all star version is set to raise money for Stand Up To Cancer - so long as there are celebs willing to bare all.
In the daring dating show, hosted by fully clothed TV presenter Anna Richardson, singletons whittle down a group of six potential suitors, who are stood naked in a pod, one body part at a time, based on what they find least attractive.
According to The Sun newspaper, stars from shows including Love Island, Ex On The Beach, Towie, Made In Chelsea and Geordie Shore have been approached for the celebrity special.
However it seems even the most fame hungry of reality stars aren't up for this challenge.
"The celebrity one-off show would be a ratings hit, with massive viewing figures," a source told The Sun today. “But producers are having a nightmare in trying to sign up the usual reality star suspects because no-one is prepared to to strip naked on telly."
The insider explained: “Many of those who have been asked would be up for doing something with Channel 4 for charity, but they’ve drawn the line at nudity.
“Once you’ve stripped off on telly there’s no going back and it’s out there forever. Some of them have politely declined and others have just ignored producers’ messages.”
News of the celebrity special follows Channel 4 announcing a new 10 part series to air later in 2018.
Applications for series 3 are now open - visit http://www.channel4.com/4viewers/viewers-voice/take-part for more information on how to apply for the series.
Applicants must be aged 18 or over.