Emma Willis to compete on Strictly Come Dancing?
Emma Willis keen to take part in 'Strictly Come Dancing' but worries she'll be seen as a joke "contestant" because of her lack of ability to move.
Emma Willis wants to compete on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 'Big Brother' presenter would love to learn to dance but admits her ability is so limited, she would worry about being viewed as the "joke" contestant if she ever did take part.
She said: "I've never been asked to do 'Strictly'. I would love to do it one day, but I'm not a very good dancer and I don't want to be the joke. I genuinely do want to learn to dance though so maybe one day - I'm a bit busy at the moment."
Though she is known for anchoring reality shows like 'Big Brother' and 'The Voice', the 40-year-old host - who is pregnant with her third child with husband Matt Willis - is also keen to work on more factual programming after fronting emotional new ITV series 'What Would Be Your Miracle?'.
She told Closer magazine: "I think I would like to [do more factual shows], although you do have to feel it personally in some way. I did with this because it was medical and I always thought I would work in a hospital - I wanted to be a nurse, like my mum. Real people with real stories is what I love."