Abbey Clancy's Strictly Come Dancing dream
Abbey Clancy would love for there to be a 'Strictly Come Dancing' all-star series so she could take part in the BBC One show once again after triumphing in 2013.
Abbey Clancy wants an all-star series of 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 29-year-old model - who won the show in 2013 - is delighted to return to the dancefloor for this year's one-off Christmas special alongside some other past contestants, but she'd love to do more.
She admitted: "I just want 'Strictly' to do an all-star series so I can do it all over again."
Abbey was originally partnered with Aljaz Skorjanec but she'll dance with Brendan Cole on the Christmas special and found the veteran pro great to work with.
She said: "Brendan is fantastic and completely different from Aljaz. I am extra-nervous and he's been really good helping me. We've just done our run through and I was shaking."
And the mother-of-two - who has daughters Sophia, four, and Liberty, six months, with husband Peter Crouch - still can't believe she scooped the glitterball trophy.
She told HELLO! magazine: "Last year I couldn't even watch the show because it felt too raw.
"I didn't think I would win - I never win anything. I just took each dance as it came and didn't think too far in advance."