Red Wiggle Simon Pryce and his wife Lauren Hannaford are set to join up to 300 Aussies in the bid to win the title of Australia's Ninja Warrior.
The 46-year-old children's entertainer and his 31-year-old fitness trainer partner Hannaford — will also compete alongside last year's entrant The Bachelor's Tim Robards.
“We thought it would be a really fun challenge to get involved in,” Hannaford told The Daily Telegraph.
“We love doing anything together that involves being active and being healthy; it’s how we like to spend our time,” she continued.
Hannaford is no stranger to the small screen as she once travelled with The Wiggles for four-and-a-half years as Dorothy The Dinosaur before resigning in 2014.
Ninja Warrior is back on TV this Sunday on Channel 9.
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