Just days after it was reported that Amber Gill has signed up to star on next year's series of Dancing On Ice, it seems that show bosses also have their eyes set on another former Love Island contestant.
It has been claimed that boxer turned reality star Tommy Fury, 20, is in talks to join Amber, 22, on the line-up of the ITV hit.
Tommy and girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague, 20, finished in second place on the dating show, behind Amber and her partner Greg O'Shea, 24 — but they could be about to fight each other for the crown once again.
A source told Daily Star: "ITV love Tommy and know he would provide great comedy as well as pull in the female viewers in skin-tight outfits on the ice."
However, they added that a final decision was yet to be made, continuing: "We are seeing lots of celebrities ahead of the final line-up being confirmed."
An ITV representative previously told OK! online: "It is too early to confirm any of the participants for the 2020 series of Dancing On Ice."
It was just last week that The Sun reported that Amber had signed up to take part in the next series of the competition.
An insider told the publication: "The Dancing On Ice casting team are delighted with the decision to snap up Amber.
"Love Island contestants always do really well on the series as they are still fresh in everyone's minds.
"Amber is a stunning girl and they know she'll look fabulous in all the sequinned costumes. She has a gutsy personality, too, so will make excellent viewing."
Love Island 2019: After the villa
Amber has been no stranger to TV since leaving the Love Island villa, being interviewed on a whole host of daytime shows.
But earlier this week, she was put at the forefront as she became a guest panellist on Loose Women for Wednesday's show.
Seemingly winning over the public, Amber received mostly positive reviews from her time behind the Loose Women desk as she appeared alongside Christine Lampard, Denise Welch and Gloria Hunniford.
Many fans of the lunchtime show even asked for Amber to become a permanent fixture on the show, urging bosses to sign her up for regular appearances on the programme.
Her guest role on the show came just weeks after her former cast mate Amy Hart made her debut on the panel, sparking rumours the pair were feuding over a spot on the show.
Amy spoke out on the reported row, saying: "There is no beef. Amber's a vegetarian, darling.
"I can't tell you what TV I've got lined up because I'm not allowed to but [it's] crazy exciting."
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