Flint, who won the second series of the BBC One dance show at the weekend, claimed that he would love to showcase his tap dancing skills alongside the Strictly Come Dancing presenter.
"I want to do a duet with Bruce Forsyth," the Scarborough dancer told Digital Spy.
"I'd love to do that with Bruce. He's obviously getting a little bit older now, but he's been awesome in his life and he can still tap."
Speaking about the potential for tap dancing to go mainstream in the same way streetdancing has in recent years, Flint added: "It's fresh, it's new. It's obviously a very old form of dance, but I've tried to bring it back in a fresh new way that will appeal to new audiences.
"It's funny actually. I saw an advert yesterday with Gary Lineker tap dancing in it. I thought, 'Do you know what, we should see more of it on the telly'. There's more potential there."
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