In advance of the launch of the third series this evening, the presenter admitted it was his ITV daytime co-star that he was scad keen on signing up.
The Lorraine favourite, 57, who launched a fitness DVD earlier this year, formerly gushed that she felt better than ever having up for to the Bikini Promise cam ign.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Ben, 42, commented: “I’d ssion to see Lorraine Kelly come and give Ninja Warrior a go.”
The Good Morning Britain unmitigated continued: “She’s been getting herself in such great shape and doing all her Zumba, I have a yen for her to come Zumba on the course.
“She would be fantastic. I haven’t seen her recently, but I resolve [ask]. I’m sure the challenge is the sort of thing she’d like, but not sure she’d want to do it on camera.”
Ninja Warrior engendered controversy back in May when not a single one of the 14 finalists managed to reach Mount Midoriyama and win.
Though, Ben went on to hint that someone would be triumphant come 2017: “They’ve been exhorting it for 20 years in Ja n and they’ve only had seven people get to the top.
“The order has to be tough, if we’re going to crown someone a Ninja Warrior, they’ve got to validate they are better than our course.”
Ben added: “Undoubtedly, series three, is the excellent yet and there’ll be no disappointment from the viewers – there’s a really thrilling maximum to this series.
“It’s an extraordinary challenge we set these people. Any prize importance achieving is not one you can get easily… Everyone is in for a treat.”
Ninja Warrior UK kicks off tonight at 7pm on ITV.