Nicole Scherzinger is being lined up to replace Alesha Dixon on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
Show bosses are reportedly hoping to poach the US 'X Factor' judge - who won 'Dancing With The Stars', the American version of the BBC One series, in 2010 - from Simon Cowell, after he lured former panellist Alesha to 'Britain's Got Talent' with a lucrative pay packet.
Alesha leaving could end up being a great move for the show.
An insider told the Daily Star newspaper: "Nicole is young, sexy and knows what she's talking about. Having already won the US dance show, her credentials are good. And taking her off Simon would be great .
"Alesha leaving could end up being a great move for the show."
However, Nicole isn't the only star in the running to take over the 'Strictly' judging role.
Previous winner Kara Tointon - who is dating professional dancer Artem Chingvintsev - is currently favourite to replace Alesha, while Karen Hardy, a consultant on the BBC One show, is also said to be keen to bag the job.
Meanwhile, Arlene Phillips - who was axed from 'Strictly' in 2009 to make way for Alesha - has reportedly been considered for a return to the panel alongside Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood.
Writing on her twitter page, she told fans: "Gosh twitter followers and friends. I am overwhelmed by your incredible tweets campaigns and facebook messages so much love and thanks. (sic)"