Davina McCall has plans for celebrity My Mum, Your Dad but faces huge problem

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The first series of My Mum, Your Dad is coming to an end later this week, but Davina McCall is already thinking about what could be next.

The visionary has been plotting a potential celebrity spin-off, which would see famous single parents trying to find love at the retreat.

Not only is Davina, 55, more than up for the idea but she’s already planning who would be a good contestant.

‘I’m already thinking of people I want to put in it,’ she shared with Good Morning Britain.

Despite her enthusiasm for the potential project, she is encountering a bit of an issue when it comes to casting.

‘Although, none of them stay single for long enough. Any celebrities that want to come on, bring it on.’

Richard Arnold, 53, revealed more about the pre-recorded discussion at a red-carpet event for The Sun’s Who Cares Wins Awards back at the studio.

‘The first name that came up when we were talking about a celebrity version of My Mum, Your Dad was not my good self, but Denise Van Outen funnily enough.’

Sadly, we wouldn’t be able to watch Denise navigate the single-parent dating scene as she’s very happy with property developer partner Jimmy Barba.

‘She’s coupled up,’ host Susanna Reid interjected.

Richard added: ‘Denise is very much loved up.’

‘The singles who are on the shelf never really stay out on the shelf for much longer,’ pointed out Richard.

‘They are dusted off, and they are back out there on the market.’

Metro.co.uk reached out to ITV, who declined to comment.

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV. My Mum, Your Dad next airs tonight 9pm on ITV1 and ITVX.

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