Louis Smith can't wait to booze after 'Strictly'
Olympic gymnast Louis Smith is the favourite to win 'Strictly Come Dancing' this weekend, but he's already looking forward to the end of the series so he can have a drink
Louis Smith can't wait for 'Strictly Come Dancing' to end so he can have a drink.
The 23-year-old Olympian hasn't had a chance to indulge in calorific treats or alcohol since he started training for the hit BBC One dancing competition in September, but with the finish line fast approaching this weekend, he can't wait to let his hair down.
He told The Sun newspaper: "I've been wrapped up in the 'Strictly' bubble. But at Christmas I'm going to be eating lots and lots of food and I'm going to be drinking lots and lots of alcohol."
Louis and his dance partner Flavia Cacace will compete in the 'Strictly' final on Saturday night (22.12.12) as he battles Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh, actress Dani Harmer and West End star Denise Van Outen for the prestigious Glitterball Trophy.
The Team GB star - who won a silver medal at the London 2012 Olympics earlier this year - is currently the favourite to win the series at odds of 8/11 with most bookmakers.
He is followed by Kimberley, who is around 7/4, while Dani (10/1) and Denise Van Outen (14/1) - who struggled to win votes last week, landing in the bottom two - are the outsiders.