Wes Nelson and Kieron Dyer are reportedly the latest stars to join the gruelling Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins challenge.
The former Love Island hunk, 22, and football star, 41, will be put through their paces in the military camp run by brutal taskmaster Ant Middleton.
The daring Channel 4 show sees celebrities face gruelling challenges that test both their mental and physical strength, but despite the harsh circumstances, Wes and Kieron are up for it.

The pair are set to join the likes of Ulrika Jonsson, Vicky Pattison, Jake Quickenden and James Cracknell for a series of tough obstacles and courses.
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Wes and Kieron are currently filming the Channel 4 programme in a remote area of Scotland.

A source told The Sun : “It’s a huge challenge for the pair of them. They may have the muscles but do they have the stamina? They’re both seriously fit and eager to do well.”
Kieron, 41, is no stranger to a challenge and took part in I’m A Celeb in 2015.

And although Love Island isn’t a physical challenge, Wes proved to handle the mental pitfalls that come with the hit show like a pro.
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Win is being filmed later this month amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Mirror Online has contacted Wes and Kieron’s reps for comment.
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The 2019 series of the show saw stars including Katie Price, Joey Essex and John Fashanu compete for the crown.
Tensions rose with John clashing with fellow contestant Locksmith of Rudimental fame, while Katie Price quit the show after just two days.
Jack Maynard, Anthea Turner, Joey and John all also withdrew from the contest – which was eventually ‘won’ by Locksmith and Lauren Steadman.
The show is fronted by former British soldier Ant and sees stars put through their paces in two week military training course.
Challenges are akin to torture – with contestants kept awake for hours on end and facing interrogations in extreme role play scenarios.