Ore currently presents the sport on BBC Breakfast, and made his ‘The One Show’ debut during ‘Strictly’.
However, in that time he also stood in for Philip Schofield on ‘This Morning’, and it’s now been reported that the BBC fears he could defect to their rival.
A source tells The Sun: “It’s clear Ore’s a rising star and he’s now a household name because of Strictly.
Ore was understandably delighted when he triumphed over favourite Danny Mac in Saturday’s ‘Strictly’ final.
It wasn’t all about him though, and the episode also marked Len Goodman’s last ever live show, and the head judge was given an emotional send-off.
The ‘Strictly’ Class of 2016 also all returned - bar Will Young - for one last group dance.