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EMBARGOED TO 0001 WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 File photo dated 21/5/2016 of Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish who is to join entrepreneurial television show Dragons' Den, the BBC has said.

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish one of two new investors in Dragons’ Den

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish is to join entrepreneurial television show Dragons’ Den, the BBC has said.

The football boss will be accompanied by former banker Jenny Campbell as the new investors for the BBC2 show’s 15th series, the broadcaster said on Wednesday.

 

YourCash chief executive Jenny Campbell will also join BBC's Dragons' Den

YourCash chief executive Jenny Campbell will also join the show (BBC/PA)

The incoming ‘dragons’ will replace Nick Jenkins and Sarah Willingham in the series airing late this summer.

They will join Peter Jones, who has starred in the show since it launched, as well as Deborah Meaden and Touker Suleyman.

 

Sarah Willingham (left) and Nick Jenkins (centre right) have been replaced on Dragons Den

Sarah Willingham (left) and Nick Jenkins (centre right) have been replaced (BBC/PA)

Steve said: “I’m thrilled to become a dragon and really excited to meet the entrepreneurs in this series, see what ideas they bring to the den and how I might be able to help them grow.”

Jenny is the founder and chief executive of YourCash, a cash machine company.

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