Watch Out Nicole Scherzinger! I'm A Celeb's Ashley Roberts Keen On X Factor Job


She may have not won I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, but Ashley Roberts is reportedly hoping to win over the X Factor bosses to land a job on the show.

Following the reports that Ashley lost out to Khloe Kardashian to host the X Factor USA with Mario Lopez, it has now been claimed that the former Pussycat Doll is keen to try her luck on the UK version.

Talking to the Sunday Mirror about Ashley's TV aspirations, the star's friend Bobby Newberry said:

"Ashley would love to move to the UK and make a career there, and I think that'll be her next move. She would love to do television presenting. She just missed out on a job at The X Factor USA, hosting the show, and I know she was very keen to do that.

"If she got the opportunity to work on the UK show, she would do that in a heartbeat. The UK loves her and they want more of her, so this isn't the end of her on ­television screens in the UK."

An insider added: "Her representatives have been inundated with ­offers of work and she could become a household name in Britain now she has stepped out of the shadow of Nicole and the rest of the Pussycat Dolls.

"X Factor would be her dream gig, but if she couldn't make it on to the main show, she would be perfect for The Xtra Factor on ITV2."

However, we're not sure how Nicole would feel about Ashley's arrival on the show after Ashley claimed that she wasn't allowed to talk in the group because of Nicole.

Speaking in the jungle, she said: "Even in the group I wasn't allowed to talk, we were told to be quiet. Only Nicole was allowed to talk and we would occasionally pitch in."

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