Big Brother’s Bit on the Side star Rylan Clark-Neal is the latest celeb eager to get his dancing shoes on for BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
The star has exclusively revealed he would love to take part in the show – which is set to return later this year.
But will Rylan, 28, have the chance to show off his dancing skills in the upcoming series?
Speaking to OK! Online during This Morning Live the presenter admitted: “You know what, I think Strictly is the only one I would do now.”
However with Rylan landing more and more TV stints it seems Strictly could be off the cards as he told fans he’s too busy.
He explained: “I can’t as I’m at Big Brother, the timings would never happen.
“When Strictly starts, I’m at work still, so I see all the Strictly lot all the time.
“We have about a three week cross over.”
But the former X Factor star urged Strictly bosses to consider his This Morning co-star Ruth Langsford to take to the dance floor.
He said: “I really, really want Ruth to do it.
“So if you’re listening Strictly bosses, PLEASE, put Ruth on!
“She would be so good.”
Strictly will make a comeback later in the year and the line-up is still yet to be confirmed.
Many famous faces such as Jessica Ennis-Hill, Dame Joan Collins, The Chase’s Mark Labbett and Gemma Atkinson have all been rumoured to be taking part.
It was recently announced that British ballroom dancer Shirley Ballas would be taking over Len Goodman’s head judge place on the show.
The star announced the exciting news on her Instagram as she wrote: “I am so excited to announce that I will be joining the judging panel on @BBCStrictly.
“#Strictly is so loved by the British public, I have always been a massive fan. I can’t wait!”
Dancers Anton du Beke and Brendan Cole reportedly tried out for the judging position but after Shirley proved to be a “natural” on the screen tests she bagged the stint.
Fellow judge Darcey Bussell has spoken about her new judging partner, saying: “I look forward to meeting Shirley and welcoming her to our Strictly team.”