More famous faces have been tipped for the new series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!, which begins later this month.

The Sun reports that TV presenter Dani Behr has become the latest personality to sign up for the series – despite having not even seen the show until a few weeks ago.

Dani – who sprang to fame on controversial 90s show The Word – now lives and works in Sydney and is said to have ‘agreed immediately’ when shown footage of the programme.

“She might not know what she’s letting herself in for,” a source told the paper, “some of the challenges this year will be a lot trickier than the ones she’s seen.”

“But she is a fabulous signing. She’s sexy, sassy and the British public love her.”

Meanwhile, the Mirror says that controversial referee Graham Poll is in the frame for the series.

Poll, who hit headlines at the 2006 World Cup after showing Croatian player Josip Simunic three yellow cards before finally sending him off, is now a charity fundraiser and newspaper columnist.

Others rumoured to be taking part include boxer Chris Eubank, jockey Frankie Dettori, ex-Blue singer Simon Webbe, smooth-talking talk show host and politician Robert Kilroy Silk and model Jo-Emma Lavin. Ant and Dec will once again be presenting the action from the Australian outback.

However ITV were remaining tight-lipped on who this year’s participants might be. “We are due to reveal the line-up soon but we never discuss possible names beforehand,” a spokesman told the Mirror.