‘She can be recognized by viewers as a working mother’: Billie Faiers ‘is drafted by ITV bosses’ for the next series Dancing On Ice
Billie Faiers is said to be in talks to appear in the next series of the long-running ITV talent show Dancing on Ice.
The 30-year-old TV personality – best known for her appearance on The Only Way Is Essex – is reportedly watched by bosses to star in the skate show in 2021.
A source told The sun on Sunday newspaper: ‘Potential participants have a preliminary tryout in Slough and Billie is very popular with producers.
New company? Billie Faiers would be in talks to appear in the next series of the long-running ITV talent show Dancing on Ice
‘She is recognizable to viewers as a working mother and looks fantastic in the costumes.
“It will be a big step for her because she likes to do television projects with her sister Sam, but both sisters think Dancing on Ice is a great performance and will really be positive for their lucrative brand.”
Meanwhile, Billie previously revealed that she is open to the idea of having more children.
Deployed: 30-year-old TV personality is reportedly being watched by bosses to shine on the skate show in 2021 (Photo: 2020 winner Joe Swash and skating partner Alex Murphy)
The blonde beauty – who has Nelly, five, and Arthur, three – revealed that she hasn’t ruled out getting pregnant again in the future, but admitted that her husband has other ideas.
Billie – who married Greg Shepherd last year – said, “At the moment, we are both happy with the two. We are so busy and we are renovating the house.
“I would definitely do that in the future [like more]while Greg says, “I’m happy with two!” I would like another one, but we’ll see what happens. ‘
You never know: meanwhile, Billie has previously revealed that she is open to the idea of having more children with husband Greg Shepherd
When asked if she would prefer to have another boy or girl, the TV star replied, “We really don’t mind because we have one of each.”
The adorable family unit recently moved into a £ 1.4 million dilapidated property in Brentwood in the 1920s and had dreamed of turning it into a five-bedroom luxury home over a planned year and a half project.
But according to The Sun, Brentwood Borough Council has rejected their plans and calls them “too big.”
The city councilor’s report states, “It would be the largest house on the street and enlarging the original house would not be acceptable.”
Happy Family: The blonde beauty is already a parent of Nelly, five, and Arthur, three with Greg