Gemma Collins recently revealed that her lifelong dream is to hop into bed with Brian McFadden.
Chatting to Lucy Kennedy on an episode of Living With Lucy, the 37-year-old joked she wanted to jump on the former Westlife singer when he once appeared in her apartment.
She said: I wanted to jump on him but he had a bucket of KFC. That was not the reason I wanted to jump on him.
I thought, how am I going to get McFadden into the bedroom because I wanted to fulfil this lifelong dream of making love to Brian McFadden.
But Brian has since laughed off her banter after admitting being very close friends with her boyfriend Arg.
He told Metro.co.uk: Im very good friends with her boyfriend.
She was just taking the piss, I know her well, and Im very good friends with her boyfriend, so she is just having the banter.
The pair will be battling it out on this years Dancing On Ice, and even though nothing will be happening between Brian and Gemma, the singer did give his views on the dreaded curse.
After Strictlys Seann Walsh was pictured kissing Katya Jones following a night out, Brian is convinced that nothing like this will happen on Dancing On Ice.
He said: I think the programmes are slightly different. I spoke to James Jordan about this. I think youre a lot more close and intimate in Strictly than you are on the ice you know, so no Im not worried.
Brian has a busy time ahead of him, as not only does he have to learn how to skate, the singer is also preparing to take his new album Otis on tour.
After heading off to Australia in the new year, he is then set to return to the UK in April, and hes bringing a nine-piece soul band with him.
Brian said: Ive wanted to do a solo album since I was 15 – obviously Ive done a lot of pop music over the years, but this year I decided I would get the band together and make this record, and it just kind of happened at the beginning of the year.
Well have the full soul band on tour, Ill be doing some songs off the album, and also Ill be throwing in some Westlife tunes too.
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He continued: Its funny, I can go for six months where Im only doing a handful of things and then all of a sudden everything happens at once: the album, the tour, Dancing On Ice.
Im very busy at the moment, but its good, it keeps you on your toes.
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