Noddy Holder wanted for Strictly Come Dancing
Noddy Holder has been asked to star on 'Strictly Come Dancing', but insists he will only sign up for the show if he feels he has a chance of winning the Glitterball Trophy
Noddy Holder has been approached to do 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The Slade frontman is tempted to appear on the BBC One show after admitting he enjoys the programme and his wife keeps telling him to do it, but he has reservations about signing up because of the tough workload required to win the Glitterball Trophy.
The 66-year-old star said: "I get asked to do all the reality shows but I'm in my late 60s now. I can't be going to the North Pole and the jungle.
"I have been asked to do Strictly and I like the show -- I've been down to watch it being filmed with my missus, who is a huge fan and keeps badgering me to do it.
"But it's a lot of work."
The 'Cum on Feel the Noize' hitmaker insists the only reason he will agree to star on 'Strictly' is if he feels he has a decent chance of winning the show.
He added to The Sun newspaper: "I know Johnny Ball did it and he's almost 10 years older than me, but he went out in the first week. I'm competitive and I want to think I'd have a chance of winning it."
Former 'The Only Way is Essex' hunk Mark Wright and 2009 'X Factor' winner Joe McElderry have both been linked to this year's 'Strictly'.