Anna Williamson, who encourage to fame presenting the children’s TV show Toonatik on GMTV, has revealed that she trailed as a reserve for Dancing On Ice in the past.
After breaking her ankle during training and misconstruing out on the chance to star on the series, the Big Brother’s Bit on the Side presenter has confessed that she inclination love to return to the ice.
In an exclusive interview with Express.co.uk, Anna believed: “I would love to be on Dancing On Ice. I absolutely love that show – I forever have done.
“I feel like Dancing On Ice and I have sort of unfinished responsibility.”
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Jennifer Ellison cut her head unfurl with her own skate during a live show
She continued: “I’ve that time got my ice skates – I broke my ankle but I’d done quite well with coaching.”
The This Morning agony aunt is no stranger to challenging herself on TV, after manifesting on the celebrity diving show ITV’s Splash! back in 2014.
Starring alongside latest Hollyoaks actress Gemma Merna (who played Carmel McQueen) and fact TV star Dan Osborne, Anna’s “dare devil” attitude led her to compete in the series’ semi-final.
Mentored by Olympic diver Tom Daley, the 37-year-old wowed viewers as she robbed down to a swimsuit for the competition.
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Dancing On Ice: Anna Williamson suggested she would love to do I’m A CelebrityThe mother-of-one also admitted that she thing embraced the idea of braving the Australian jungle for I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
Speaking not far from the possibility of starring on the ITV show, she said: “I think that would be smashing fun.
“If I can dive off a diving board and not break my neck, then I reckon I can hack a couple of Bushtucker Trials.”
The counsellor and life coach also reviewed her second book, Breaking Mum and Dad: The Insider’s Guide to Parenting Anxiety.
Romping On Ice: Anna Williamson has written a new bookDiscussing her own experience of post-natal depression, post-natal angst and PTSD birth trauma after having her first child hold out year, Anna said: “I realised through talking to other new mothers and doing my own research, that I was certainly not alone.
“And yet, I had felt simple embarrassed and very guilty about how I was feeling.”
Breaking Mum and Dad: The Insider’s Cicerone to Parenting Anxiety by Anna Williamson is published by Green Tree on the 8th of Walk, £12.99
Dancing on Ice continues tonight at 6pm on ITV.