Emma Willis bans Matt Willis from Strictly Come Dancing
Emma Willis has banned her husband from doing 'Strictly Come Dancing' because she doesn't want to see him dancing with "younger" women
Emma Willis has banned her husband from 'Strictly Come Dancing' because she doesn't want him "grinding against hot women".
The 'Big Brother' presenter has admitted she would be "jealous" if she saw her 33-year-old spouse, Matt Willis, sexy dancing with a professional dancer on the BBC One ballroom show although, she admits he's an "amazing dancer".
the 40-year-old beauty - who has two-month-old daughter Trixie Grace, six-year-old Isabelle and four-year-old son Ace with the Busted rocker - told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "I am a jealous person. If my husband is around a younger, good-looking woman, I'm like, 'Stop looking at them!'
We're women - and for the most part, I think it's a natural thing that we all have in us.
"Matt could do 'Strictly' because he's an amazing dancer. Every now and then he will bust out a pirouette in the middle of the living room and our daughter will be like, 'Wow, Daddy!'
"But I don't want him grinding against hot women. I do get jealous, but I think that's normal."
Meanwhile, Emma admitted she is "naturally jealous" when the hunky musician goes on the road with this Busted bandmates.
She said: "I'm naturally jealous. I'm married to a man who is really hot and is on tour with loads of women screaming at him.
"I think I'd have to be extremely confident in myself not have that in the back of my mind.
But at the end of the day, he married me - So I've got to remember that."
However, that hasn't stopped Emma expressing her desire to compete on 'Strictly', but she has admitted she fears she will look like "a joke" on live TV because she's not the best dancer.
She previously shared: "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."