According to the Daily Express, Klass, Willis and Girls Aloud popstar Cheryl Cole are all in the frame for the role. However, Cole's management have previously ruled her out of the job.
Davina McCall, who presented the show for a decade on Channel 4, has also stated that
she will not be fronting the programme on its new home. However, McCall said that the series "has legs" and was a "brilliant part of my life".
She added: "Someone new should present it on a new channel. A fresh start for the show, with me still as its biggest fan looking forward. Exciting!"
Meanwhile, Joanna Lumley, Mohammed Al-Fayed, Amy Childs, James Cracknell, Peaches Geldof, Andy Gray, Martine McCutcheon and Ricky Hatton have all been linked to the first "all-star celebrity" version of the show.
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