ITV News Anglia's Emily Knight caught up with Brendan Cole before curtain call at the Theatre Royal in Norwich on his 2017 tour.
The Strictly Come Dancing professional says he would like to be considered for Len Goodman's job as head judge on the programme.
He's currently on tour nationwide with his sell out show 'All Night Long', which will also be coming to Ipswich, Southend and Northampton.
"Whoever they choose will be the right person for the show. I keep telling my audience 'Bren's-Lens', hopefully it will catch on."
Suffolk's Ed Sheeran has announced that he will play at this year's Brit Awards.
It will be the third time that the 25-year-old from Framlingham has played at the star-studded event.
Sheeran announced the news on Twitter, and also revealed that he now has his own emoji!
Robbie Williams, Bruno Mars, Little Mix, Skepta, The 1975 and Emeli Sandé are also due to take to the stage on February 22, with the ceremony being shown live on ITV.
Strictly's Brendan Cole has been in Norwich as part of his 'All Night Long' tour. He'll also be in Ipswich, Southend and Northampton.Read the full story ›
Ed Sheeran has said he is "deeply concerned" about online touts who are selling tickets to the his UK tour for up to £1,000 each.Read the full story ›
Ben Whishaw, the Bedfordshire-born Bond star, has been linked with taking on the role of Dr Who.Read the full story ›
Suffolk singer Ed Sheeran has released the video for his chart-topping single 'Shape of You'.
It features the star taking part in a wrestling match - dressed in an inflatable sumo suit.
Sheeran recently returned to music following a year-long hiatus, and he currently holds both the number one and number two spots in the Official Singles Chart.
He described his other single, 'Castle on a Hill', as a "love song for Suffolk". The video was filmed in his hometown of Framlingham.
He recently revealed announced the dates for his upcoming world tour, which will include 14 dates in Britain and Ireland.
The star who was known for his roles in blockbuster films including Harry Potter had been battling with pancreatic cancer.Read the full story ›
It may have been chilly for the warriors and well-wishers waiting to greet The Queen in Norwich - but she was met with a warm welcome.Read the full story ›
The Queen has arrived in Norwich to visit a special art exhibition.
ITV News Anglia reporter Tanya Mercer grabbed this video as her car arrived at the University of East Anglia's Sainsbury Centre for visual arts where hundreds of people gathered to greet her.
The Royal Family remain at Sandringham in Norfolk for their winter stay.
The red carpet is ready - and the reporters are getting a little chilly - but there is no sign of the Queen in Norwich so far.
Crowds have gathered to welcome monarch who is due to arrive at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia very soon.
The Queen will take a tour of its special Fiji exhibition.