Professor Green wants to go on Strictly Come Dancing
Professor Green has joked he would consider appearing on 'Strictly Come Dancing', but he's dancing skills are so bad he is sure that viewers would laugh at him
Professor Green is up for competing on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 30-year-old rapper insists the ballroom competition is one of the few celebrity-led TV show he'd consider appearing on, but is sure people would laugh at his limited dance skills.
Speaking at an exclusive gig at the Spotify offices in London to launch their new integration with Uber, he told BANG Showbiz: "It's probably the one thing I would do so people could laugh at me, and I could laugh at myself."
The 'Lullaby' rapper would be thrilled if he could master a few moves because it would make his wife Millie Mackintosh happy.
He said: "If I was even able to learn to dance a little bit, that'd be a bonus. I'm good at nodding my head, I know where the beat is, but my hands and feet just get confused."
Green - who released his third studio album, 'Growing Up In Public', in September - has not been avidly watching the popular Saturday night show this year, but praised BBC Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills, who was eliminated in week six, for trying his best.
He said: "Scott Mills did it, he put himself through the paces to do that! Hats off to Scott Mills, he really put everything into that, utmost respect for him for that."
Green personally picked up some fans in Uber cars to take them to his exclusive gig in London to celebrate the taxi company's partnership with Spotify.