Adam Henson, 51, has spoken out about appearing on the dance competition following Matt Baker, Anita Rani and Carol Kirkwood’s success on the show.
The high profile TV farmer has now said he wouldn’t rule out taking part as he “can dance”, but fears he would be the “joke candidate” and that his faming friends would “never let him live it down”.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Adam laughed: “Well no. Matt was a European level gymnast and did absolutely brilliantly on that, and Anita is slim and gorgeous and danced beautifully too. But I don’t think I’d do too well.
“I can dance, but I’m not that brilliant. I’d be the joke candidate I think if they put me on it. Also, my farming mates would never let me live it down. I’d be ribbed forever, so I probably won’t do Strictly Come Dancing.
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“When I was at school I was really keen on ceramics and pottery and there’s that pottery show, isn’t there? The Great Pottery Throw Down, I wouldn’t mind doing that. Yes, maybe