Also, former political strategist Dominic Cummings, 49, is amongst the bookmaker’s favourites to sign up this year.
His odds have been cut from 8/1 to 2/1 to take part, with his chances of winning the Glitterball Trophy at 33/1.
Coral spokesperson John Hill said: “Dominic Cummings is currently locked into a public row with his former boss Boris Johnson at the moment but he could be set to tango on the Strictly dance floor later this year, as his odds have been slashed to be a contestant.
“It’s difficult to imagine how comfortable Cummings will be on the dance floor. One thing is for sure though, he is unlikely to get any help from the Prime Minister when it comes to the voting on a Saturday evening.”
Strictly Come Dancing is scheduled to return later this year on BBC One.