Love Island's Megan Barton Hanson and Jack Fincham will reportedly strip off for a new TV series.
The pair are said to have signed up for the new series of ITV's The Real Full Monty.
The ITV show sees famous faces strip off on TV as they take part in a Full Monty style dance routine.
The idea first began in 2017, with men taking part in aid of male focused charities including Movember, Cancer Research, Everyman and Prostate Cancer UK.
Last year saw a second male series together with a female version, raising awareness and money for breast cancer charities.
Both shows will be back for 2019 and the first names to take part have been revealed.
The Sun newspaper reports that Megan has signed up to get her kit off for the Ladies' Night.
"Megan is really excited about this show and can’t wait to show audiences a different side to her," an insider told the tabloid. “It’s a new challenge but she’s no stranger to stripping off, so she will be showing a few of the other girls some tips and tricks."
They added: “The night is for a fantastic cause and bosses are hoping it helps to raise a load of cash.”
Meanwhile, her co star Jack - who won Love Island last year with Dani Dyer - will take part in the Men's programme.
A source said: "Jack’s super excited to have bagged a spot on the cast, but he’s really nervous about getting his kit off.
"He indulged in a lot of food and booze over Christmas and on a recent holiday to Dubai so he’s enlisted the help of a personal trainer and to get him into the best shape possible."
The men who appeared in last year's show were TV Presenter Jeff Brazier, Former Rugby International Ugo Monye, TOWIE star James Argent and The Wanted’s Tom Parker. They were joined by Ex-footballer John Hartson, Celebrity Chef Ainsley Harriot, and former Eastender Johnny Partridge.
The women's show icluded Loose Women's Coleen Nolan, The Only Way Is Essex star Megan McKenna, Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton and former Xtra Factor presenter Sarah-Jane Crawford. Completing the line-up were BBC broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire, Emmerdale actress Sally Dexter and sitcom icons Helen Lederer and Ruth Madoc.
Although no air date has yet been confirmed for the new series, past shows have aired around March time.