ANTON Du Beke seemed to hint Harry Redknapp WILL take part in Strictly 2019 on This Morning today after messing up his introduction.
The 72-year-old football manager was eyed up for the BBC dance show after he stole the nation's hearts when he won I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! last year.
But he recently denied he'd take to the dance floor like his former daughter-in-law Louise Redknapp did in 2017.
Now pro dancer Anton seemed to suggest the football legend had done a U-Turn on his decision when he stood in for Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on This Morning today.
Anton, 52, sat beside co-host Rochelle Humes when he said: "He's the king of the jungle, but he is set to join me…
"Oops or is he set to join me on the Strictly dance floor? We're chatting to Harry Redknapp on his autobiography."
Harry recently revealed that he had a trial dance session for Strictly in the hopes of following in the footsteps of his former daughter-in-law Louise Redknapp, who was the runner up to Ore Oduba in 2016.
Speaking to The Mirror he revealed earlier this week: "The BBC bosses sent over a dancer to put me through my paces for a day, but it's not for me.
"No chance. It's a great show but I can't dance to save my life.
"Even if [I'm a Celebrity's] Fleur and Emily gave me some lessons, I'd still be hopeless."
However, Harry did contemplate taking to the dance floor before he signed himself up to live in the Australian outback and undergo Bushtucker trials.
Speaking previously he said: "I told Jamie I was thinking of doing Strictly and I don't think he was pleased about it.
"And so I was offered the Jungle at the same time and chose to do that."
And he's been tipped for it since I'm A Celeb.
Ladbrokes cut chances of him swapping his camp uniform for fake tan and sequins to 5-4 after a sudden flurry of bets were placed.
Jamie's reluctance for his dad to sign up to the dance show may be due to the fact that the Strictly curse was largely blamed for the breakdown of his marriage to Louise Redknapp after she appeared in the 2016 series.
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