Mark Wright 'probably won't bother' to vote
Mark Wright has revealed he won't be voting in the upcoming general election because he prefers to watch it all from home without getting stressed out
Mark Wright "probably won't bother" to vote in the upcoming general election.
The former 'Strictly Come Dancing' contestant has confessed he doesn't want to get "stressed" out about it by investing too much of his time in deciding on who to vote for and instead wants to sit back and watch the results as they're announced.
He said: "I don't take loads of interest in politicians or politics actually.
"I probably won't vote. I've stuck to a thing of not voting and I think I should just stand back and watch.
"I like to watch it all happen."
The former 'The Only Way Is Essex' star - who is set to marry 'Ordinary Lies' actress Michelle Keegan next month - insists he doesn't want to become known for his political views in the same way as other celebrities.
He told the Daily Star newspaper: "Otherwise you end up getting wrapped up in something, like Russell Brand is, I'd be too into something that I don't really want to get stressed about."
Mark later defended his views on Twitter, writing: "It is important to vote but there is enough people voting (sic)."