S Club 7 star Rachel Stevens has teased that she'd love to do ITV's The Masked Singer.

The 42-year-old singer first shot to fame in 1999 when she joined S Club 7 after working as a model and for a public relations company.

Rachel, who is mother to Amelie, 10, and Minnie, six, revealed they would love to see their mum on the ITV competition.

While Rachel ­admitted that she’s "too much of a wuss" to consider going on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!, she might be tempted by The Masked Singer.

"I've been really into I'm A Celeb and watched it before bed", she told Daily Star.

Rachel Stevens revealed she's love to take part in the Masked Singer

She continued: "I think I'd be such a wuss, but I shouldn't say that in case I do do it! The show my girls would love me to do is The Masked Singer.

"They love it. We sit and watch it as a family together and the whole concept of the show works really well for kids."

S Club 7 had four No1 UK singles and sold over 14million albums worldwide.

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And after the band split in 2003, Rachel went on to have solo ­success with singles Sweet Dreams My LA Ex, Funky Dory and Some Girls.

S Club 7 reunited for a successful arena tour in 2015.

Rachel also revealed that her daughters are hoping to follow in her showbiz footsteps.

The star was also known for being a lads' mag pin-up – and says she'd support Amelie, and Minnie if they ever wanted to pose for them.

"When I did FHM I was 19, and I want to raise my girls to be really confident and to believe in who they are," Rachel said.

S Club 7 had four No1 UK singles and sold over 14million albums worldwide.

She continued: "I want them to have real self-belief. I would support them in their choices – and be there to guide them."

In particular, older daughter Amelie wants to be on stage "without a doubt".

"She really loves it and Minnie loves dancing," said Rachel.

"So I'm naturally encouraging anything that they're passionate about and I want them to find their way," she added.