Caprice in talks for Dancing On Ice after battling brain tumour

Caprice in talks for Dancing On Ice after battling brain tumour

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CAPRICE is in talks to join Dancing On Ice after surviving her brain tumour hell.

The Sun Online can reveal the American model, 47, has been secretly meeting with bosses who are keen to snap her up for the next series.

Caprice is in talks to join Dancing On Ice
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The mum-of-two has had multiple trials for the hit ITV skating show and there’s no doubting she’ll be a glamour puss on the ice.

A TV source told us: “She’s spoken with bosses and is close to signing on the dotted line.

“They think she’d be a great addition and will definitely add some glamour.”

Her decision to join the show comes after the star survived her brain tumour battle in 2017.

Bosses think Caprice would be a great addition to the show and bring plenty of glamour
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The insider added: “She’s had a new lease of life since the brain tumour and is definitely up for the challenge.”

Caprice was forced to quit The Jump in February 2017 after doctors discovered the thumb-sized growth.

Bosses ordered the star to see a medical expert after she told them she’d been suffering headaches and blurred vision – a move she now credits with saving her life.

She previously told Hello! Magazine: “The Jump saved my life.

The star was forced to quit The Jump in 2017 after medics discovered a brain tumour
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“I had headaches that were not going away and my vision was beginning to act up so the show’s production insisted I see their doctor.”

The businesswoman underwent a seven and a half hour operation to stop the tumour and later told the Loose Women how she painfully said goodbye to her sons, Jett and Jaxx.

She explained: “I told the boys I was going away for work. I didn’t know if I was going to see them again.”

Recalling the moment doctors broke the news, she said: “I started to break down and cried hysterically. I said: ‘Am I going to die?’

Caprice has been in the limelight since the nineties [pictured in 1996]
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