Frankie Bridge is up for competing on "Dancing On Ice".
The 29-year-old singer became the first British star to ever appear in a live "Disney On Ice" performance on Wednesday (04.04.18) when she laced up her skates to appear in the "Worlds of Enchantment" show at The SSE Arena in Wembley, London.
Frankie admits her role as a citizen of Arendelle in the "Frozen" section of the live extravaganza has given her the taste for skating an she now wants to challenge herself on the ITV series, hosted by Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz joining on "Dancing On Ice", she said: "I don't know. That's a whole year [from] now, but I have loved this series of "Dancing On Ice" and now I do have that itch for it, when you see these Disney performers it doesn't look like they're on ice, and from what I'm doing it would be nice to be a bit better, but I just haven't had the time or excuse to do it properly and learn something new. By next year I might be like, "Oh no, I've done that now!" "
The Saturdays star and her husband, retired England football player Wayne Bridge, like to test themselves with new challenges and projects.
Just recently Wayne, 37, competed in a brutal boxing match against "Made In Chelsea" alumni Spencer Matthews to raise money for charity Sport Relief, and although Frankie was pleased to see her man win she admits she didn't enjoy seeing him get repeatedly punched.
She said: "I'm glad it's over! But he loves training and he really enjoyed it, so I was just like, "You have to win because you're on TV!" "Would I want him to do it again? Not really but it was for a good cause so he keeps using that as his excuse."
The "Disney On Ice presents Worlds of Enchantment" tour is stopping in London, Liverpool, Nottingham, Cardiff and Aberdeen until May 6.
Visit Disneyonice.co.uk for tickets and more information.