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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Mel C: I'd sign up for Strictly

Mel C would consider strapping on her dancing shoes for Strictly

Melanie Chisholm has hinted she'd love to be the latest Spice Girl to compete in Strictly Come Dancing.

Mel C, also known as Sporty Spice, told the Daily Star Sunday that she'd love to be involved in the BBC show.

Talking about her daughter Scarlet, she said: "Scarlet loves dancing and she loves Strictly.

"I think I'll have to do it just to make her proud. I'm a fan too, so you never know."

Bandmate Emma Bunton took part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2006, and Scary Spice Mel B was a contestant on the US version of the programme, Dancing With The Stars, in 2007.

Never Be The Same Again singer Mel C could be the first of the girl group to win the contest if she does take part - Emma came third and Mel B was second.

Earlier this month, Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood admitted he had his sights set on Sharon Osbourne and Prince Harry as possible dancers this year.

He told The Sun: "I'd like to have Sharon on the show. Simon stole Alesha Dixon so why couldn't we steal Sharon from X Factor? It would definitely get people's attention."

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