Kimberly Wyatt to join Dance Dance Dance
Kimberly Wyatt has hinted that she is set to join Ashley Banjo on his new talent show, 'Dance Dance Dance'
Kimberly Wyatt is set to join Ashley Banjo on 'Dance Dance Dance'.
The former Pussycats Dolls singer - who worked with the star on Sky 1's 'Got to Dance' from 2009 to 2014 - has teased she and the 27-year-old street performer could reunite on his latest talent show.
The 34-year-old beauty told The Sun newspaper: "I think I could be joining Ashley - watch this space.
"I started with Ashley on 'Got To Dance' - he's a great guy, we spent five years together judging and mentoring kids and he's got a lot to offer on 'Dance Dance Dance'.
"He cares a lot and he's got a really big heart.
"He also loves to crack a joke so I'm sure he will be very entertaining as well as very helpful to those dancers."
'Dance Dance Dance' is to launch early next year, and bosses hope Ashley's talent and expertise will bring in a younger audience.
A source previously said: "Ashley will make a fantastic judge because he knows dancing and is also cool.
"The show's reputation has suffered from people constantly comparing it to 'Strictly Come Dancing' and producers want to distance themselves from that.
"Ashley will bring a new young audience in - mainly the millions that have seen him on 'Britain's Got Talent'."
Bosses of the show - which has had millions spent on it - are on the hunt for another two judges.
The programme will see celebrities team up with their partner, a friend or a relative as they perform an iconic dance.
Ashley certainly has experience when it comes to judging on a talent show as he previously sat on the panel alongside Kimberly, Adam Garcia and Aston Merrygold on 'Got to Dance'.
The star shot to fame in 2009 when he auditioned and won 'Britain's Got Talent' with his dance troupe Diversity and went on to perform for Queen Elizabeth at the Royal Variety Show in December 2009.