Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse reckons Cheryl should take part in the series to give viewers the opportunity to see "another side" of her.
Mabuse, who is appearing with the 35-year-old singer in the BBC's new show The Greatest Dancer, said she "would love to see" the former Girls Aloud star on the popular dance show.
Speaking to The Sun, she said: "I would love to see her try. I think if she did Strictly, people would love her and see another side that they haven't seen yet.
"She would be brilliant."
On working with the Love Made Me Do It singer, Mabuse said: "We're generally getting to know each other and there's something about her that I love.
"I feel like once she lets you in, she kind of takes care of you like a sister."
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Mabuse's comments came after she was forced to deny rumours of tension between the pair while working on The Greatest Dancer. The pair were reported to be at loggerheads on the TV show's set but both have denied the claims.
Mabuse wrote on social media: "Imagine a world where two women work together with love, support and nothing but sisterhood...
"THERE ABSOLUTELY NO TENSION between @cherylofficial and myself."
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Former Strictly champion Alesha Dixon and Diversity dancer Jordan Banjo will host The Greatest Dancer, which begins on January 5 on BBC One.
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