Bradley Walsh refused Come dance strictly many times because he’s “a bad dancer dad” and doesn’t think he would shine in the ballroom.
The 61-year-old comedian and actor has, unsurprisingly, been the target of the BBC’s dance performance in the past, but he pushed them away every time.
“I have been asked several times to continue Strictly, but I’m not a dancer, “Walsh told the Sliding doors Podcast.
“I don’t even think I’m a good dancing dad. I’m a bad dancing dad, which makes it even worse.”
Watch: Bradley Walsh hints he may retire in the next few years
Walsh attributed his long-term success in showbiz to his determination to stick with the things he’s good at and knows he can do well.
“Here’s the trick to doing things you can get away with: You have to be brutally honest with yourself,” he said.
Read more: The hunt viewers stunned by the low score
“If you don’t get it, you can’t sell it. If you can’t dance, you can’t sell it no matter how great a showman you are. the best.”
In the same interview, Walsh hinted that his showbiz career may start to run out of steam over the next few years – and he’s definitely going to take a few things out of his schedule.
Walsh was the host of a daytime quiz show The hunt since 2009, ahead of the best part of 2,000 episodes of the popular format.
He has also recently taken on another quizmaster role as the leader of the latest reboot of the timeless series Blanket.
Walsh also signed play a role in a sitcom The Alouettes, which is a reboot of the classic comedy May’s cherished buds.
Watch: Louise Minchin could be scheduled to Come dance strictly