The Only Way Is Essex's Lydia Bright thinks appearing in 'Strictly Come Dancing' would be ''really fun''.
Lydia Bright thinks appearing in 'Strictly Come Dancing' would be "really fun".
The 20-year-old star explained while she has no plans to leave 'The Only Way Is Essex' at the moment, she would love to take part in the BBC One celebrity dance competition in the future.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I'd love to do 'Strictly', I think it sounds really fun. I like trying new things.
"You never know, if it came around and it was the right opportunity for me then I would definitely consider it. At the moment I'm really enjoying filming 'TOWIE' and being involved with that."
While Lydia admitted she may eventually follow in the footsteps of former co-stars Mark Wright and Kirk Norcross - who quit the ITV2 reality show to appear on 'I'm a celebrity . Get Me Out Of Here!' and 'Celebrity Big Brother' respectively - she is in "no rush" to leave 'TOWIE'.
She added: "Different opportunities come our way every day. Mark and Kirk chose to leave because they had different projects organised.
"You never know and if the right opportunity came my way then there could be the chance I'd leave. But right now I'm staying in 'TOWIE' and enjoying my time on the show. I'm in no rush to leave anytime soon."
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