Baroness Oona left the show in last night's Dancing On Ice 2013 results, having lost her duel to Beth Tweddle and losing in the skate off against Gareth Thomas.
It was a dramatic exit for Oona after her pro partner Mark Henretty fell during their skate off performance and had to start again after being attended by medics.
Speaking on This Morning yesterday after her exit, Oona said she hoped to see David Cameron and even London Mayor Boris Johnson on the show.
"They should put David Cameron on and see what he can do," she said.
And Oona joked about Boris: “He falls over on dry ground so I think wet ice would be a catastrophe for him.”
Meanwhile, Oona revealed that training for the show cost her so much time, that she ended up losing money after having to turn down political work.
She said: “I lost as much money as I earned. I had a neutral balance.”
But Oona had no regrets, adding: "I loved learning how to skate. i just adored it. I think more people in Britain should do it."