A FORMER star of I'm A Celebrity has hinted that she has signed up for Strictly Come Dancing.

The former ITV jungle star also jumped in to defend fellow mum Stacey Solomon after she fell victim to mum shaming.

Giovanna Fletcher, who was crowned Queen of the series in 2020, has now hinted she'd like to return to TV.

The mother-of-three, who shares her sons with former McFly frontman Tom Fletcher, opened up on Steph's Packed Lunch.

Giovanna, 38, admitted she was keen to take part in the ballroom show, after her husband's stint on the show in 2021.

She told Steph McGovern: “If I could go on Strictly Come Dancing and have Johannes [as partner] I'd happily do it.

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“You know what I've always been a bit scared of it but seeing Tom do it and how much he absolutely loved it, Amy his partner was amazing.

"I think I would enjoy it. I love a dance; it doesn't mean I can dance. I dance like a four-year-old when I'm out at a party, I just jump up and down.

“Amy came over a couple of months ago and she was, trying to get me to hold. It’s so lovely if you just bump into any of the Strictly dancers, they just grab you.”

Giovanni went on to defend Stacey Solomon after it was revealed she had been "mum shamed" on Instagram for getting her nails done.

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Giovanna, who hosts the popular ‘Happy Mum Happy Baby’ podcast, said it was "ridiculous" Stacey was being shamed for the manicure weeks after her daughter Belle was born.

“It’s ridiculous. Stacey can go and get her nails done if she wants to. Any new mum is entitled to do whatever they want that makes them feel good," she hit out.

“We all know how hard it is, those first few weeks of having a new-born baby at home, they're so difficult.

"Yes, it's amazing the fact that you've been able to bring this life into the world, and we know so many people who would love to be in that position.

“But you've got no idea what's going on beyond that picture, you've got no idea how many tears are being cried or you know how much sleep isn't being had and how difficult it actually is."

"So mum shaming, there's no space for it," she concluded.

Stacey laughed off her mum-shamers complaint that her nails were "very impractical nails for a new born" earlier this month.

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