#Strictly's Oti Mabuse speaks out on BBC actress joining line-up 'I'd love it'

Oti Mabuse was welcomed onto Sunday Brunch today alongside a host of other guests, including BBC actress, Sarah Hadland. While discussing the BBC talent show, host Tim Lovejoy couldn’t resist teasing Sarah on whether viewers can expect her on Strictly Come Dancing anytime soon and though she remained coy, Oti was quick to give her opinion on the matter.

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Oti Mabuse and Todrick Hall were welcomed onto today’s Sunday Brunch to discuss The Greatest Dancer.

However, Tim Lovejoy and Simon Rimmer couldn’t resist throwing in some questions on Oti’s Strictly career. 

Teasing the professional dancer, Simon remarked: “Oti, you are the most competitive person in the entire world.”

The Strictly champion burst out laughing before pointing at Sarah and claiming the BBC actress was more competitive than her.

Strictly Come DancingStrictly Come Dancing: Oti gives her opinion on a BBC actress joining the show (Image: CHANNEL 4•BBC)

Strictly Come DancingStrictly Come Dancing: Sarah remained coy (Image: CHANNEL 4)

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Earlier on the show, Oti and Sarah had discussed their participation in a star-studded Sport Relief netball match.

Two teams of celebrity players and sporting legends led by Jennifer Saunders and Oti battled it out last summer in the first-ever All-Star Netball for Sport Relief.

Hitting back at Simon’s comment, Oti remarked: “After Sarah, I’ll take number two.”

“She is the bomb dot com but I’ll take second place,” the Strictly professional added.

Strictly Come DancingOti and Todrick were welcomed onto Sunday Brunch (Image: CHANNEL 4)

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