Myleene Klass is reportedly in talks to join the Strictly Come Dancing line-up.
Sources claim the presenter, 42, is one of the bosses’ top picks for their new series this fall, along with Nicki Chapman, 53, who could set the stage for a Popstars reunion.
Strictly Come Dancing has already been called into question due to the COVID-19 crisis, with sources claiming an emergency plan is in place hoping this year’s series can continue.
Go to the floor? Myleene Klass is reportedly in talks to join the Strictly Come Dancing line-up
A source said The Daily Star: ‘I both want to be strictly in the line-up. They’re household names and haven’t really worked together since Popstars, so it would be a great reunion. ‘
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Strictly Come Dancing, Myleene Klass and Nicki Chapman for comment.
After becoming known as a member of the pop band Hear’Say, Myleene has become a successful presenter on both TV and radio.
Exciting: sources also claimed bosses would like to sign fellow Popstars veteran Nicki Chapman for the new series
The classical musician auditioned for Popstars in 2001 for judges Nicki, Nigel Lythgoe and Paul Adam.
After her appearance on Popstars, Nicki also appeared on the jury for the pop idol singing show later that year, along with Neil Fox, Peter Waterman and Simon Cowell.
The presenter also revealed last year that she had surgery to remove a brain tumor.
Fun: the reports come when Myleene shared a sweet video with her daughters Ava, 12, and Hero, eight, and her son Apollo, nine months, enjoying a bedtime story together
The reports came when Myleene also took to Instagram on Instagram to share a sweet video with her daughters Ava, 12, and Hero, eight, and her son Apollo, nine months, enjoying a bedtime story together.
The star then revealed that she was about to enjoy a closing date night with boyfriend Simon Motson, sharing a video of her living room beautifully decorated with candles.
BBC content director Charlotte Moore recently revealed. Strictly producers still assess contingency plans, such as enforcing a face mask rule, dancing two meters apart, and even quarantining celebrities and professional dancers.
Romantic: The star then revealed she was about to enjoy a closing date night with boyfriend Simon Motson, sharing a video of her living room beautifully decorated with candles
While comparing the series to RuPaul’s Drag Race at a virtual production meeting, BBC content director Charlotte Moore said: ‘People think if it’s a shiny floor it needs an audience and I don’t think that’s necessarily true is. “
Earlier this month, insiders told MailOnline that because the BBC managers ‘don’t know what world we’ll be in’ when the show shows up on screens, they keep the options open.
Despite reports claiming that an option was to keep the celebrities and dance professionals together, sources claimed this was not plausible.
Superstar: Myleene became known as a Popstars contestant in 2001 and eventually joined the group of the show Hear’Say (photo)
BBC insiders recently told MailOnline, “Bosses are looking at contingency plans, but just don’t know where they will be. They don’t know what world we’ll be in.
International versions are running. Germany has no audience and isolates, but not in any form of Big Brother style. Isolate and rehearse individually.
“Look strictly at options. At this stage, there is no chance that they can isolate as individuals or couples. That would keep any married or parent dancer from seeing their family for up to three months.
“It is not being considered at the moment. No one knows where we’ll be in the world – say if the series is a much shorter run. The isolation is not something that is currently on the table. ‘
A BBC spokesperson said, “We will continue to review all productions on a case-by-case basis and will follow the latest news and advice from Foreign Affairs, World Health Organization and Public Health England.”
Canceled? Strictly Come Dancing has already been questioned because of the COVID-19 crisis, with sources claiming an emergency plan is being drawn up