Holly Willoughby will never go on Strictly Come Dancing


She is one of the most well-known TV personalities, as the front woman of This Morning.

But despite her fame in the UK, Holly Willoughby has admitted she has no desire to appear on Strictly Come Dancing as her moves are simply too embarrassing.

Speaking to the Daily Star on Sunday, the 36-year-old admitted while she would love to learn to dance, she would never have lessons on TV out of fear the public would witness her ‘horrendous’ skills on the floor.

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Not a fan: Holly Willoughby has admitted she has no desire to appear on Strictly Come Dancing as her moves are simply too embarrassing

Not a fan: Holly Willoughby has admitted she has no desire to appear on Strictly Come Dancing as her moves are simply too embarrassing

Not a fan: Holly Willoughby has admitted she has no desire to appear on Strictly Come Dancing as her moves are simply too embarrassing

A number of ITV presenters have taken to the Strictly Come Dancing floor over the years – including Alison Hammond, Richard Arnold and Ore Oduba, who won last year.

However blonde beauty Holly is adamant she will never appear on the beloved BBC show as she is ‘not very good’ at dancing.

She told the paper: ‘I’d love to learn to dance but I wouldn’t want to do it on telly.

'I'm not very good': She told the paper: 'I'd love to learn to dance but I wouldn't want to do it on telly'

'I'm not very good': She told the paper: 'I'd love to learn to dance but I wouldn't want to do it on telly'

‘I’m not very good’: She told the paper: ‘I’d love to learn to dance but I wouldn’t want to do it on telly’

‘Everyone would be watching me do it and that would be horrendous because I’m not very good at dancing.’

As a viewer of the show itself, she went on to joke that she would be much more like past ‘fan favourite’ and humorous contestants, rather than any of the winners.

‘I’d probably be as bad as Ed Balls,’ she laughed. ‘I’d be more Ed Balls than Abbey Clancy, put it that way!’ 

Entertainment factor: She went on to joke that she would be much more like past 'fan favourite'  contestants, rather than a winner, laughing: 'I'd probably be as bad as Ed Balls' (above)

Entertainment factor: She went on to joke that she would be much more like past 'fan favourite'  contestants, rather than a winner, laughing: 'I'd probably be as bad as Ed Balls' (above)

Entertainment factor: She went on to joke that she would be much more like past ‘fan favourite’ contestants, rather than a winner, laughing: ‘I’d probably be as bad as Ed Balls’ (above)

The former Shadow Chancellor won the nation’s hearts on the 2016 series of Strictly with his humour and dedication to his routines, despite not being the strongest dancer. 

Meanwhile supermodel Abbey Clancy went on to lift the famous silver glitterball after winning the show in 2013, with partner Aljaz Skorjanec. 

While Holly admits she is not keen on competing on Strictly, she did showcase her moves on TV last month in a trailer for Britain’s Got More Talent. 

In the three-minute clip, a rapping Stephen Mulhern visits a number of ITV shows to promote his spin-off – stopping in on Holly and her co-star Phillip Schofield, who enjoyed a boogie together for the camera.

Feeling good: While Holly admits she is not keen on competing on Strictly, she did showcase her moves on TV last month in a trailer for Britain's Got More Talent with co-host Phillip Schofield (L)

Feeling good: While Holly admits she is not keen on competing on Strictly, she did showcase her moves on TV last month in a trailer for Britain's Got More Talent with co-host Phillip Schofield (L)

Feeling good: While Holly admits she is not keen on competing on Strictly, she did showcase her moves on TV last month in a trailer for Britain’s Got More Talent with co-host Phillip Schofield (L)

 

 



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