Huq, who took over the spinoff show role last year, said that nothing has been confirmed about the 2011 run, yet she remains upbeat about working on the programme again.
Speaking on the red carpet at the National Television Awards, Huq told reporters: "Well they are chopping everything around. As far as I'm concerned at the moment, yes [I will be back]. But you just don't know what will happen in this weird and wonderful world of television."
Caroline Flack, Emma Willis and 'F Factor' presenter Matt Edmondson have been tipped to replace Huq if she doesn't land the job.