Dionne Bromfield, the singer goddaughter of the late Amy Winehouse, is reportedly set to sign up for the new series of ITV1's Dancing On Ice.
According to The Sun, Bromfield - who first came to the public's attention when she performed on Strictly Come Dancing in 2009 aged thirteen - attended recent try-outs in London in the hope of impressing bosses.
Now sixteen, she would be the show's youngest contestant to date - five years younger than the previous record holder, Inbetweeners star Emily Atack, who was 21 when she took part in 2010.
An insider told the paper: "Dionne is good on the ice and stands out from the crowd. She is fearless and picks up the basics quickly.
"She is also very mature for her age. If she is selected for the show, we’re confident she could handle the pressure it involves."
Earlier this week it was claimed that ITV wants Jedward for the new series - but only if they'll compete seperately.
Dancing On Ice returns to the broadcaster early next year.