Emma Bunton for DOI return?
Former Spice Girls singer Emma Bunton is in talks to return to the 'Dancing On Ice' judging panel next year
Emma Bunton is in talks about renewing her 'Dancing On Ice' contract.
The Spice Girls star - who appeared on the panel of the ice-skating reality show earlier this year - thoroughly enjoyed her time as an advisor, and is currently meeting with bosses about returning for the next series.
She said: "It was brilliant. I hope people thought I spoke my mind and that I was honest with contestants. There is no point being nice all the time. You have to give them criticism that can then help them. I'd love to do the show again, but we will have to see. We are currently having talks."
Emma - who is currently presenting new Five show 'Don't Stop Believing' - is no stranger to reality television and previously starred in 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
However, the 34-year-old star admits she has forgotten the ballroom moves she learnt in training.
She added to What's On TV: "I worked so hard when I did 'Strictly Come Dancing' and I loved the experience. I am hoping it is like riding a bike and it will all come back to me one day."
'Don't Stop Believing' - which is judged by Duncan James, Anastacia, Tamzin Outhwaite and Charles Klapow - aired for the first time last night (18.07.10).
Scottish performing troupe Singer Station won the first heat of the show, after wowing the judges with their rendition of Cyndi Lauper's 'True Colours'.
Tamzin told them: "It was a really emotional performance. When you watch a performance you want it to affect you in some way. It moved me."