Gordon Ramsay would "love" to join 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The TV chef has revealed he's been asked by bosses to take part in a Christmas special in the past, and while it's not happened yet he'd be up for following in his daughter Tilly's footsteps by strutting his stuff on the BBC Latin and ballroom show.
He told the Radio Times magazine: "They asked me to do a Christmas special with Gino D'Acampo and Fred Sirieix.
"Secretly, I'd love to do it. I've always wanted to dance.
"There's something so gorgeous about the rumba, the samba, the foxtrot, the tango."
The 55-year-old star admitted he could even approach producers himself to try and land a spot on next year's show, although he thinks his daughter would "kill" him.
He said: "I may ask the BBC if I could do it next year. Tilly would kill me, by the way.
"'Strictly' shaped her in a way that has made her so much more hard-working, I'm incredibly proud."
Meanwhile, Gordon revealed there's just one part of the show which makes him "slightly nervous" - the extravagant wardrobe.
He added: "The only bit I'd be slightly nervous about is all the tight lycra, sequins and the trousers."
Last year, Gordon gushed over how "proud" his is of his YouTuber daughter for her stint on 'Strictly' alongside pro dancer Nikita Kuzmin.
Alongside a snap of the pair in their samba costumes, Gordaon wrote: "Words can’t describe how proud I am of these 2, hard working polite humble and incredibly down to earth , most of all well done and what a celebration of youth and how happy it makes me feel.
"The future is bright and you 2 will continue to shine lots of love dad @tillyramsay @nikita__kuzmin @bbcstrictly. (sic)"