But we won’t be seeing the Countdown host take to the dance floor anytime soon - and yes, he has been asked.
Nick, who presents the Channel 4 word and numbers show with former Strictly star Rachel Riley, has revealed he was asked to take part in this year’s series.
He tells Radio Times: “Strictly came after me this year. A charming woman asked me to a meeting and I said, ‘No, you’ll beguile me. And if I did the show, we would both be disappointed’.”
And don’t hold your breath for Nick popping up in the jungle either.
“I’m a Celebrity… asked me, too,” he adds. “I’d rather eat my own leg.”
Nick, who left The Apprentice in 2014, also revealed that he still watches the BBC reality show, but admits it’s changed since he was involved.
“Yes, it’s still wonderful,” he says. “Although sometimes it’s difficult for me because I was so immersed in it and I can sort of see the way it’s going.
“Not that I ever know who Lord Sugar’s going to fire in the boardroom. I never did, even when I was on it.”
He adds: “Today everybody wants to be famous, so the big personalities are more extreme. That’s not to say they’re not talented, so I’m not going to pour scorn on them.
“However, the entertainment value has to be high in order to command the huge audiences that the show gets. The tasks are still very worthwhile business tasks and I’ll wrestle anyone to the ground who disagrees with me.”
As for the continued success of Countdown - Channel 4’s longest running show - Nick believes it’s all down to nostalgia.
“There’s no shouting, no gaudy prizes, no sex,” he says. “All you get, if you win a game, is a ceramic teapot.
“It takes me back to a time when Britain was a kinder place, and it has a very loyal following.
“I did argue once with Jay Hunt, who ran Channel 4, about why she didn’t put it on at a decent time. But people do record it.”
Read the full interview with Nick in this week’s Radio Times, out now. www.radiotimes.com