Dan Walker discusses following in the footsteps of his former BBC Breakfast co-star Louise Minchin.

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Dan Walker discusses following in the footsteps of his former BBC Breakfast co-star Louise Minchin.

Dan Walker has taken to social media to express his thoughts on the possibility of appearing on ITV’s I’m A Celebrity…

Like his former BBC Breakfast coworker Louise Minchin, he wants to “Get Me Out of Here!”

Dan Walker of Strictly Come Dancing has spoken out about following in the footsteps of Louise Minchin, his former BBC Breakfast co-host.

The 44-year-old sports reporter took to Instagram to engage in a question-and-answer session with his 267,000 followers, during which he discussed whether or not he would participate in I’m A Celebrity…

I have to get out of here!

Snakes irritate me greatly.

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After nearly 20 years on the show, BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin retired last year.

Following her exit, the newsreader went on to compete in ITV’s I’m A Celebrity in north Wales, where she became the show’s fifth celebrity to be voted off.

Dan, on the other hand, has expressed interest in following in the footsteps of his former colleague and auditioning for a reality show.

“Would you ever try I’m A Celeb like Louise did?” a fan asked the journalist.

Dan replied with a laughing face emoji, “I really don’t like snakes.”

The popular broadcaster has been absent from the famous red sofa of late, but he confirmed his return date during the Qandamp;A session.

Dan revealed that he planned to return to work next week after being prompted by a fan.

“Are you back on Breakfast Monday?” they inquired.

“That’s the plan,” he replied, snapping a selfie with his thumbs up.

From Monday to Wednesday, Dan will present the breakfast show with his co-star Sally Nugent.

Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt of the BBC will continue to host the show in the coming days.

Dan was also asked to perform with It Takes Two host Janette Manrara in other stories, demonstrating their height disparity.

“Can you please do a dance with Janette, I love the height difference,” the fan asked.

The BBC host, on the other hand, was adamant.

Dan wrote alongside a series of laughing face emojis, shaking his head, “The nation looks set to be denied a bit of Danrara action.”

Jon Kay has been filling in for Dan with BBC Breakfast regular Sally during his break.

The star’s absence was previously addressed on Twitter by Dan earlier this week.

“News from the Brinkwire.”

I really don’t like snakes

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