She’s conquered social media, has lit up our air waves, and now Constance Hall is reportedly going back to where it all started - reality TV.

The WA mummy blogger, whose frank and sometimes controversial views on motherhood and marriage catapulted her to Facebook stardom, is rumoured to appear on our screens as one of the contestants on Dancing With the Stars.

Hall, who has amassed more 1.2 million Facebook followers, written two books and created a clothing line, will reportedly appear alongside former West Indies cricketing great, Curtly Ambrose, fitness guru Michelle Bridges, Karl Stefanovic’s ex Cassandra Thorburn and Giggle and Hoot star James Rees aka Jimmy Giggle.

Details of the leaked line-up were revealed on 6PR Tuesday morning.

If true, it will be the first time Hall will be on mainstream television since she entered the Big Brother House way back in 2005.

Hall’s stint in the house was short-lived. She was the first contestant to be evicted after it emerged she had told casting directors she was single but actually had a boyfriend on the outside.

How long the mother-of-five will last on DWTS will depend on her dancing skills, and her ability to keep up with her on-screen partner.

Hall, who regularly posts positive body image messages, recently began a health kick revealing to her Queens the toxic relationship she has had with food and how she was now exercising.

“I’ve had a f******-up relationship with food my whole life from teenage bulimia to binge weight gain, obsessively smashing off the baby weight and literally believing that my entire happiness relies on my weight,” she wrote. “I’ve used food as a reward, a punishment, a celebration and as a go to treatment for my anxiety.

“And like any toxic relationship I’ve hated and loved food with equal amounts of passion and anger.

“So I am sharing this with you for 2 reasons.

“1, I am turning this whole thing around. I am going to give my body the love and respect it deserves with loads of greens and I felt like if I told you all I have a better chance of sticking to it, if you see me on the street with a can of coke I want it slapped out of my hand Queens!!!

“And 2, I have a very good grip of the physical component of getting healthy, having a bowel disease forced a lot of research and I think most of us internally know what we should be doing to give our bodies the best, but what I struggle with is the emotional, I don’t feel in control of myself and I hate it.

“I thought I would put it out there to you guys and see if any of you have any words of wisdom to share with us all, some times all I need is one sentence that I can repeat to myself and change my whole life.

“Tomorrow morning I will run on the beach and I won’t quench my thirst with a 600ml coke. Because I’m proving to myself that we are never too old to completely change and become the person we want to be.”

A Channel 10 spokeswoman said: “Good try! There are some correct names on that list but you haven’t quite got them all.”