Scarlett Moffatt to do Strictly Come Dancing?
- Bang Showbiz
- 5 April 2017
Bradley Walsh thinks Scarlett Moffatt would be the best person to do 'Strictly Come Dancing' because she's got 600 trophies
Bradley Walsh has begged his television friend Scarlett Moffatt to do the next series of 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 'Chase' host thinks the brunette beauty - who was crowned queen of the 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' jungle last year - has the chance of swiping the glitterball trophy because she admitted during last night's (04.04.17) episode of 'Blow the Whistle' that she has at least "600" dance accolades in her attic from when she was younger.
Bradley said: "Good for you, girl - you've got to go on 'Strictly Come Dancing' now. Scarlett, you've got to go on 'Strictly Come Dancing' now if you've done ballroom. 600 trophies? You've got to go on it!"
But comedian Romesh Ranganathan was quick to point out that celebrities who have competed in dance before aren't allowed to take part in the ballroom and latin show because it puts her at an advantage over the rest of the contestants.
He jumped in: "It's supposed to be for people who can't do it. She can't turn up with 600 trophies in the cabinet. We've got Scarlett the professional dancer, let's see if she's any good!"
Although she's got experience under her belt, bosses are no doubt trying to snap her up anyway because she proved a huge hit with viewers when she agreed to do a three-week stint in the Australian outback at the end of last year.
Since being crowned the winner of the jungle, the 26-year-old reality TV star has seen her career go from strength-to-strength as she's now bagged a presenting gig on 'Saturday Night Takeaway' with her idols Ant and Dec.
However, although her career is now coming together nicely, the brunette beauty is adamant she's no happier than she was this time last year on 'Gogglebox'.
Asked if she's the happiest she's ever been, she said: "I think I was just as happy last year. The only massive difference is I'm a lot more confident.
"I've been given a platform to show people that you can achieve anything."