Strictly's Giovanni Pernice says he wants to destroy Piers Morgan's confidence by dancing with him.
Currently the dance professional is doing well while partnered with Good Morning Britain's Ranvir Singh, but has his eye on her colleague for next year.
In 2021, the show will see its first all-male pairing – however Piers had a response prepared for Giovanni when he heard about his comments.
Giovanni 30, said: “I would love to dance with him, sexy Piers. I would love to get down with him on the dance floor and see what he’s really made of, reports Mirror.
“I would destroy his confidence in a week. In a week we will realise ‘Who’s this man? What is that? Is it really Piers?’”
Ranvir, 43, who has been juggling her day job as the ITV breakfast show’s political editor with gruelling Strictly training, agreed that getting outspoken Piers into the ballroom was a great idea.
“I would love to see that!” she said. “Actually, it’s quite an exciting prospect – who’s going to lift who?”
Controversial Good Morning Britain host Piers Morgan has said he'd "break" Strictly Come Dancing pro Giovanni Pernice after the dancer said he wanted to be paired with Piers.
Ranvir Singh was back on GMB hosting the news and chatting to Piers and Susanna Reid when she confessed Giovanni had said he'd rather dance with someone else other than me.
Piers said: "You said to me, Giovanni would rather be dancing with me."
Ranvir confirmed it, saying: "He said he would like to be in the same first all-male couple on Strictly with Piers."
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Piers quipped: "He said to Ranvir he thought he could break me in one day. Giovanni, buddy, you wouldn't break me in one year – I would break you."
Two years ago Piers was rumoured to be among those being lined up for the BBC show.
It lead to his on-off pal Lord Alan Sugar pledging £25k to charity if he signed up.
He also also promised to double it if Piers made it past week five, saying he was “as agile as a pregnant donkey”.
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