Disgraced Louis Smith, the Olympian banned for two months by British Gymnastics for participating in a Muslim-mocking video has signed up for telly's most dangerous show - "The Jump." The Sun (UK) reported that so far the Channel Four show has already landed as many as seven celebs in hospital but that is not frightening Smith and he is so excited about this new career booster that he is already in training for it.

Back in October media reports told all about how Louis Smith managed to get into trouble by getting caught up in a video that showed he and fellow gymnast Luke Carson, taking a rug off a wall at a wedding bash for a friend, and then proceeding to yell out “Allahu Akbar” and pretending to kneel and worship in a parody of Islamic culture.

The video was soon going viral on the internet and there followed the discipline of British Gymnastics and condemnation for what was not "funny" and exceedingly offensive to Muslims. At the time Louis said he was just making fun of the Disney film "Aladdin."

'The Jump' gives Louis a reason to start training again

The Sun quotes a source as saying, "He’s not exactly knocking back offers at the moment after the video of him and Luke pretending to pray while shouting Allahu Akbar." That's why signing up for "The Jump" might be a good idea for him. He has a reason to train again and he will need to be super-fit for the show. He will be competing against former footballer Robbie Fowler, model Vogue Williams, and Spencer Matthews.

Louis told The Sun that he loves skiing and "can’t wait to get out there."

Victims of the most dangerous Tv show

Some of the victims of "The Jump" include Tina Hobley who was still hobbling around on crutches nearly a year after she broke her arm in two places, amongst other horrific injuries when she attempted a ski jump. Another Olympic gymnast, Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle ended up needing a spinal operation and Rebecca Adlington the swimmer, hurt her shoulder.

It was because of all the injuries that people started complaining this was probably the most dangerous Tv show on telly.

Davina McCall said that the next season of "The Jump" will involve a lot more training as 7 of 12 contestants withdrew last season because of injuries. Just because he was an Olympic gymnast and the winner of the 2012 "Strictly Come Dancing" show, does not mean that Louis Smith will be immune to possible injury this time around.

In the video below, Beth Tweddle talks about her accident on "The Jump."