The Traitors series two finale spoilers.
Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer Giovanni Pernice has begged to compete on a celebrity version of The Traitors.
The second season of The Traitors ended last night (January 26) with a dastardly twist that left Faithful Mollie Pearce alone in the final two with Traitor Harry Clark – meaning that, according to the rules of the game, Harry won the entire £95K prize pot.
But, despite being traumatic viewing for some, Strictly pro Giovanni Pernice has staked his claim to appear in a celebrity version of the show.
"I love The Traitors," he revealed. Co-host Ronan Keating then asked whether Gio would sign up for a celeb version, to which he answered: "Sign me up right now... Yes!
"I'm obsessed with this show and I'm obsessed with Claudia [Winkleman]... If there is a celebrity version, please I would give everything to do it."
Gio also confirmed that should the series come to fruition, he'd want to be a Faithful.
Speaking about the final episode on The Traitors: Uncloaked, Harry said that betraying Mollie was "the hardest thing".
"When it came to the end, I just wanted to say I was a Faithful so bad, just to make Mollie happy. But I couldn't, so it was the weirdest feeling ever honestly," he said.
Harry went on to add: "When you're in there, you're having a blast, you're playing the game, especially when you're a Traitor, you're thinking this is so good, I can be naughty and get away with it, but you start to build genuine connections."
All episodes of The Traitors series 2 are available to stream on BBC iPlayer.
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