Phillip Schofield is considering releasing an album.
The 'This Morning' presenter has revealed he has been approached by two different companies about the possibility of making his own record, following in the footsteps of Bradley Walsh and Alexander Armstrong.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: "I have been asked twice by two separate companies. Maybe when the time is right. I never say never. We will see."
And Phillip is not a stranger to singing either as he starred in the West End musical 'Joseph And The Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat' back in 1993.
Following its success, he was asked to record a cover of 'Close Every Door', a song from the show, which reached number 27 in the charts.
And the 55-year-old television presenter is also considering doing 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!' and says he would "absolutely" jump at the chance to take part in the creepy-crawly show.
He shared: "I would do it. Absolutely. All of that stuff, I could eat all the business and do all of that. But you know why I can't do it? Because they all have metal Billy Cans and metal spoons and metal on metal goes right through me. It's like nails on a blackboard - I can't do it. If they made them out of wood then it's a possibility. I never say never to anything but what happens if I end up with someone I can't stand? There aren't many but there are a few."
Phillip and his co-host Holly Willoughby are currently gearing up to present 'Dancing On Ice', which is set to make a triumphant return next year after three years off air.