Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse has teased her potential appearance on I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
The 31-year-old South African beauty made a cheeky comment while hosting the latest episode of her podcast, The Rhythm of Life.
Oto invited former Geordie Shore personality, Vicky Pattison, to discuss her time on the gruelling ITV reality show how, which she won back in 2015.
Talking to the reality telly star, Oti said: "I love that show, I’m obsessed with I’m a Celebrity."
To which the 33-year-old tv personality replied: "I can’t wait to see you pop up on that show, I swear to God, you’d be so good.”
Vicky added: “The timings would be hard with Strictly I know.”
However, Oti explained what was really holding her back from entering the survival show.
“It’s not even that, it’s the snakes bit and eating things and I don’t know,” she said.
Oti continued: “I can run up the mountain, that's fine.
"But, put me in a cage with snakes and crickets and cockroaches and say move your tongue, I can’t."
The former Ex On the Beach participant successfully competed on the ITV programme’s fifteenth season, and shared her own opinion about the show, which sees celebrities undergoing extreme situations.
“I approached it with the polar opposite view,” Vicky said.
She added: "I was fine with that part. I just thought I have had far worse things in my mouth.”
Naturally, both women could not keep it together at that point and bursted out in laughter.
While fans will still have to speculate around Oti’s possible participation on I’m a Celebrity, they can, at the very least, look forward to seeing the performing artist again on the dance floor in a few weeks.
As Strictly Come Dancing is soon to return, some of the professional dancers on the show have been giving the viewers various glimpse of their on-screen glam for this season.
Oti was along those who shared behind-the-scenes snaps on social media, and recently uploaded a selfie of herself to her Instagram page, sporting a stunning 70s Farrah Fawcett inspired hairdo.
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