Charlotte Crosby says she wants to take part in Strictly Come Dancing - but claims the 'BBC won't let her'.
The former Celebrity Big Brother winner is keen to hit the dancefloor but reckons that the BBC doesn't want anyone from Geordie Shore on their shows.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, Charlotte explained: "I'd love to do Strictly Come Dancing but there's no way they'd have someone from Geordie Shore on the BBC."
With Strictly seemingly a no go, Charlotte ruled out appearing on Channel 4's The Jump but said she was up for ITV's Mission Survive with Bear Grylls.
"The Jump is too cold for me but I'd like to do Bear Grylls Mission Survive as I'm quite fit," she said.
Meanwhile, Charlotte told the tabloid that she wanted to stay on MTV's Geordie Shore "until the very end" insisting there were no plans for her to ever quit.
She raved: "I'm in it until the very end.
"Why would I quit the best job ever? I get to travel the world with my mates and party. Newcastle is where I belong; I'd never move to London and go all posh."
But that's not a slight against Vicky Pattison, who has now launched a career away from the show after leaving in 2014.
“We speak all the time and everything’s fine between us,” Charlotte said. “We’re proud of how well she’s doing and support one another.”