Stacey Solomon hasn't ruled out Strictly Come Dancing
- Bang Showbiz
- 4 September 2015
Stacey Solomon has admitted that while she's a "terrible" dancer, she would "never say never" to appearing on 'Strictly Come Dancing'
Stacey Solomon would "never say never" to 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The former 'X Factor' contestant has admitted she wouldn't mind starring on the BBC One dancing show but insists she can't dance.
She exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I never say never to anything because I love a good challenge but I am a terrible dancer and I don't think I'd be very good. I'd love to dance and I love all the outfits. I love looking at people dancing but I'm so rubbish, I don't know I'd be able to do it ... I definitely won't be putting bets on myself. If I could dance and I was trying to be modest, I'd be like, 'I'm OK', but I genuinely cannot dance.
"I used to really want to be a singer, dancer and everything else so I entered these dancing competitions and my sister would win every single one and my dad had to buy me a trophy. I was so terrible that I never won anything and I used to get really upset. Even practicing every night for a year, I'd still get it wrong."
However, the 25-year-old television personality is looking forward to watching this year's show.
She added: "I'm excited about Peter Andre. I think he's really good though; I bet he can dance already. In all his videos, he's dancing and when you're watching him on television shows, he does a few moves. He's really good. And he looks good; he's beautiful, tanned.
"Jamelia's really good. She's going to be so good. Ainsley Harriot's in it; I can't wait to see him."
Stacey Solomon is working with pet charity Blue Cross to launch an appeal to rehome one pet an hour before the end of 2015. Go to www.bluecross.org.uk to find out more about how Blue Cross is helping to change the story for sick, injured and homeless pets.