Watch Out Cheryl! Strictly Come Dancing's Kimberley Walsh 'Lands Lucrative £1 Million TV Career'


Kimberley Walsh has allegedly been swamped with lucrative TV offers and could earn £1 million if she takes on the deals.

The star waltzed into the Strictly Come Dancing final three last night alongside actress Denise Van Outen, 38 and winner Louis Smith, 23, and her bubbly personality is said to have won over television bosses.

The singer, 31, is set to release her debut solo album Centre Stage in February and is currently working with her band Girls Aloud to celebrate their 10th anniversary, but when she's finished she may not have to worry about future projects after she proved a hit on the BBC dance contest.

And Kimberley is tipped to have a successful solo career beating fellow bandmate, solo singer and former X Factor judge Cheryl Cole, 29.

A source told the Daily Mirror: “The phone hasn't stopped ringing. Kimberley is more in demand now than ever before. She has been offered a role as a host on a daytime TV show, which is something she wouldn't have ever dreamed was possible before she did Strictly.

“She knows that Girls Aloud can't go on forever so she is looking to where she can take her career.

“Television chiefs have been bowled over by her warm bubbly personality on Strictly and want to sign her up.

“There have also been offers from beauty brands who want her to be the face of their products and she is certainly going to be making a fitness DVD shortly...

“She looks set to make £1 million, which she would never have done if she had not appeared on Strictly.

“She could even overtake her Girls Aloud co-stars in the fame stakes, even Cheryl Cole. Taking part in the show this year has been the best decision she could have made.”

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