The 26-year-old X Factor star accompanied him on a recent trip to Australia to take part in The Jump in February 2016. She is great and it's all good."I am quite a private person but we get on so well. Smitten by his new lady, Swash told Mirror Online: "I have done well. It would be nice to work with my sister Shana (who played Demi) again." Swash isn't exactly twiddling his thumbs while he waits for an answer from the soap's bosses, as he's tied up with his new theatre role on the family spectacular UK tour, Mission Im PUDSEYble, which commences on 5 June.Swash's career switch up comes just after he went public with new girlfriend Stacey Soloman, who he has dated since the start of the year and was most recently spotted with at the Game Of Thrones premiere on their first red carpet engagement.TV presenter Joe Swash has spoken publicly for the first time about his new relationship with Stacey Solomon. We enjoy each other’s company so much.” Joe and Stacey are believed to have got together in early January and the two lovebirds have been spotted gazing adoringly at each other on their fun-filled dates in Essex.The pair have been dating since the start of the year and this week they stepped out together at the Game of Thrones screening, which was their first red carpet engagement. Read more: The Jump 'could be facing £500,000 payout' after seven injuries The 26-year-old accompanied him on his trip to Austria to take part in The Jump last month.
The 34-year-old actor played the lovable Mickey from 2003 until 2011 before making a brief reappearance for two episodes in later 2011 – but has recently admitted he'd love to make a comeback.His storyline would have to fit into his busy schedule perfectly, however, with Swash telling BANG Showbiz: "I'd definitely be interested in returning to East Enders.If they ever phoned up, it would definitely be something I would think about."The timing would have to work for East Enders and it would have to be right for me.It would be a tricky one but it would be a nice decision to make," he added. But the infectiously funny presenter, who won I'm A Celebrity… series 8 and has since appeared on the show to offer his opinions as a spectator, thinks the bosses would have to bring back his whole on-screen family if they were to welcome his return.
He went on: "I think they need to bring the whole family − the whole shabang − back.
Today he admitted he’s still receiving treatment for the injury but he refused to criticise Channel 4 bosses. I do feel sorry for them that they are getting stick." Read more: Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash cuddle up on the red carpet "They had a higher number of injuries this year – and I added to their troubles! "I have been living out of a suitcase since last year and I do want to take a couple of weeks off once I've finished taking part in the Mission Impudseyble tour.