According to The Sun newspaper, the Welsh designer is wanted by the programme producers to bring some 'camp fun’ to the show.  

The former Britain and Ireland’s Next Top Model judge is no stranger to the ballroom dancing show having previously appeared on Strictly’s companion programme It Takes Two to give his opinionof the costumes worn the celebrity participants.

Other stars that have been linked to the series include model Abbey Clancy, The Only Way Is Essex Star Mark Wright and singer Sophie-Ellis-Bextor.

Earlier in the week, The Huffington Post revealed that celebrities taking part in this series of the hit Saturday night show will receive £25,000 for appearing on the show which will increase depending on how long they stay in the competition with the winner reportedly set to pocket a whopping £100,000.