Wayne Bridge is being tipped to be a frontrunner on Dancing On Ice – by his wife Frankie.
The former footballer has auditioned for the new series and is expected to sign up within days.
And Frankie reckons he will be the one to beat.
She said: “Wayne is good at everything he does… annoyingly.
“So I’m sure he’ll be great at Dancing On Ice."
Frankie, an ex-member of girl group The Saturdays, has already earned her dance stripes by making the final of Strictly in 2014.
But she reckons Wayne is ready to outshine her.
She added: “I wouldn’t put it past him to do better than I did!”
Wayne has already pulled off a reality TV victory by winning the first series of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Dancing On Ice bosses called Wayne in for an audition in July because they reckon he’d be perfect for the series.
Insiders have said Denise Van Outen and Rebekah Vardy have already signed up after being offered big-money deals.
The Saturdays star opened up about battling mental health issues earlier this year.
Her “depressive illness" saw her admitted to a psychiatric hospital at the peak of her singing career.
Frankie, who continues to receive psychiatric care told MailOnline: “For as long as I can remember I had suffered from anxiety, nervousness, the big black cloud, stress, low moods, sadness.”
Frankie met Wayne in December 2010, several month after her very public split from McFly’s Dougie Poynter.
The lovebirds got married in 2014 by family and Friends in a private ceremony.
The new series of Dancing On Ice kicks off on ITV in January.
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