Vogue Williams Reveals the Reason Why She NEVER Got on Strictly Come Dancing
Vogue Williams has revealed that she will never be able to take part in Strictly Come Dancing.
The model and DJ explained that her stint on Dancing With The Stars Australia in 2012 made her ineligible for the BBC competition.
Vogue continued to admit that despite the weeks of training she spent for the show, she’s still a “c**p” dancer.
The podcaster insisted that if she was somehow asked to take part in Strictly Come Dancing, she would say no anyway because she has three kids.
Fashion, 37, shares Theodore, four, Gigi, two, and baby Otto, 11 months with her MIC husband Spencer Matthews, 34.
Never! Vogue Williams, 37, has revealed she can never take part in Strictly Come Dancing
About how her time on Dancing With The Stars Australia prevents her from doing Strictly, Vogue told The sun: ‘You can’t do both. So I’m never asked to do that.’
She continued, “Strictly Come Dancing, the work they put in, they work from 9 to 9 every day. I couldn’t do that.” Not now.
“I did Dancing With the Stars in Australia and it was like a 12-2pm day, dancing and being away from people. I couldn’t do that now with the three kids.’
Vogue added, “I’m definitely a c**p dancer. I am one of those who never got better. As the weeks progressed, I think I might have gotten a little worse. I can not dance.’
It comes after Vogue recently admitted that she to be ‘hurried’ children with husband Spencer.
The model said her “baby boom” was a way of not getting pregnant at age 40.
She said The mirror: ‘I think I was in a hurry [to have children so close in age] because I thought, “If I want four kids, I don’t want to be pregnant after 40”.
“So I was like, ‘I’d rather it all get done’. Now I guess I didn’t have to be in such a hurry.’
Family: Vogue shares Theodore, four, Gigi, two, and baby Otto, 11 months, with husband Spencer Matthews
Rushing: It comes after Vogue recently admitted she was “rushed” to have kids with husband Spencer
Speaking about having three children under the age of five, she said: “Some people come along and say, ‘This is horrible! It’s so crowded!’ But we love the madness. It suits us’.
The revelation comes after Spencer discussed an argument with his wife as they “cheer each other up” when collaborating on their podcast.
The duo are known for their light-hearted banter in their talkative series.
But Spencer revealed there are some behind-the-scenes arguments over their outspoken views and joked that he doesn’t always find Vogue’s topics “particularly interesting.”