Charlotte Crosby says she wants to join Strictly Come Dancing.
It's after the reality star quit Geordie Shore and ruled out a return.
The former Celebrity Big Brother housemate 'took to Twitter' in the week to announce she was leaving the MTV series.
It was then claimed that she would be back but Charlotte insisted she was quitting for good.
“I appreciate all the optimistic articles of me returning to @mtvgeordieshore for “Special Occasions” But sadly there’s no truth in these....," Charlotte wrote. “I am no longer a part of Geordie shore and have no plans in returning. It’s massively devastating for me and I will miss them all..
“But I’m ready and MASSIVELY excited for my real life to start now. Just to clear that up from the articles that have been claiming otherwise.”
It seems that Charlotte wants to try something very different and told fans she'd love to appear on Strictly.
"That would be my absolute dream let’s start a petition," she tweeted.
Back in March however Charlotte claimed that she'd never be allowed on the show.
"I'd love to do Strictly Come Dancing but there's no way they'd have someone from Geordie Shore on the BBC," she said.
Meanwhile a far more likely Strictly contestant has emerged in the form of BBC broadcaster Victoria Derbyshire.
The Daily Mail newspaper reports that show bosses are set to approach her about appearing in the series.
"Victoria is very much on the wish list for this year’s Strictly," a source said.
Other rumoured celebs for the line up this year include Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery, TV presenter couple Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, singer Anastacia, former I'm A Celebrity host Laura Whitmore, butler to the late Princess Diana Paul Burrell and Great British Bake Off judge Paul Hollywood.
Strictly will air on BBC One in the autumn.