Kimberly Wyatt is to teach men to move in high heels.
The Pussycat Dolls singer is set to lead a two-day dance course in London and has promised to show people how to boost their confidence by walking in the sexy footwear.
She said: "I find it amazing how you can tell how insecure a person is from their walk.
"Some girls don't know their left from their right. I will be teaching how to walk and dance in high heels. Guys can do it too - maybe not in heels - but they can improve their walk."
The blonde star also revealed she is planning to follow in the footsteps of her bandmate Nicole Scherzinger and work on solo projects, but insisted the girl band are not planning to quit.
She added to Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "I'm working on a solo album with rapper Baby Bash.
"It's a dance pop record and I'm so excited by it. It's not the end of the band though. It's the foundation for our solo projects. We are all independent girls but will always be the Pussycat Dolls as well."
Despite being excited by the dance classes and her solo album, Kimberly's ultimate dream is to break into movies.
She explained: "I loved movies like 'Flashdance' and 'Fame' as a kid and I'm glad that people are loving dance again. My dream is to star in my own dance movie."