Frankie Bridge could be about to follow in her husband's footsteps and join I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.
Wayne Bridge took part in 2016's series and Frankie is now being encouraged to sign up.
The Saturdays' singer says husband Wayne is trying to convince her to take part.
"Wayne would love for me to do I’m A Celeb," she said this week. “He had such an amazing time on the show and would love for me to experience it."
Frankie told The Sun newspaper: “But for me it would just be so difficult to leave the boys for that long, I would miss them too much.”
The performer previously revealed watching Wayne had inspired her to have a go.
She told the Daily Mirror in 2017: "I think now Wayne's done it and he loved it and he said he would do it again, it kind of makes me feel positive that I would enjoy it."
However, Frankie confessed: "I would be so scared, I'm such a wimp, if I did it, it would be purely to test myself.
"The worst possible thing for me would be to eat something weird because like I can't even eat ketchup so for me to eat some sort of kangaroo willy or the juice drink thing, I don't know if I could do it.
"Or even the things they eat for dinner, at one point Wayne was sucking the head of some blue bird and I was like what are you doing?"
Frankie's comments come after fellow The Saturdays' star Vanessa White took part in the show in 2017.
Meanwhile, other celebs tipped to appear in this year's show include Love Island's Olivia Attwood.
I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here 2019 will start on ITV in the autumn.
The show, which will again be hosted by Ant and Dec, typically begins in November.