Scarlett Moffatt to take part in Strictly Come Dancing this year?

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Scarlett Moffatt says she wants to compete in Strictly Come Dancing 2019.

The former Goggleboxer, who won I'm A Celebrity in 2016, could be set for her next reality TV challenge.

Although she currently hosts I'm A Celeb spin-off show Extra Camp on ITV2, Scarlett teased a potential channel switch to take part on Strictly.

Scarlett told the Daily Mirror: "I’m not exclusive to ITV, so I can do what I want. I’ve always loved Strictly – I’d love to be on it."

The TV presenter has spoken about her love of dance before, but suggested she had 'too much training' when she was younger to take part in the BBC One series.

During an episode of ITV gameshow Play To The Whistle in 2017, Scarlett revealed her passion for dance and how she had a load of trophies to her name.

"Good for you, girl – you've got to go on Strictly now," host Bradley Walsh told her on the show. "Scarlett, you've got to go on Strictly now if you've done ballroom. 600 trophies? You've got to go on it!"

However fellow star of the show, comedian Romesh Ranganathan remarked: "It's supposed to be for people who can't do it.

"She can't turn up with 600 trophies in the cabinet. We've got Scarlett the professional dancer, let's see if she's any good!"

While Scarlett's Strictly potential remains to be seen, a number of other celebs have been linked to the new series.

Other rumoured celebs at this early stage include soap actress Michelle Collins, BBC Newsreader Huw Edwards, Happy Mondays performer Bez, model & TV presenter Vogue Williams, TV and radio host Fearne Cotton, who recently stepped down from Celebrity Juice after ten years, X Factor star Olly Murs, BBC journalist Steph McGovern and actress Jodie Comer.

TV and Radio presenter Chris Evans recently claimed he's agreed to take part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2019 while Alan Carr has said he too has been approached to hit the dance floor.

Strictly Come Dancing will be back on BBC One later this year.

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