Michael McIntyre hilariously reveals reason why wife wouldn’t ‘allow’ him to appear on Strictly

Comedian had hosts and fellow guests in hysterics with his answer

Jacob Stolworthy
Friday 15 October 2021 10:15
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Michael McIntyre reveals why his wife wouldn’t ‘allow’ him to do Strictly

Michael McIntyre has jokingly revealed why he thinks his wife wouldn’t want him to be on Strictly.

The comedian appeared on The One Show on Thursday (14 October) alongside contestant Tom Fletcher and his dance partner Amy Dowden.

Co-host Ronan Keating used the opportunity to tell McIntyre that professional dancer Luba Mushtuk once said he would be her dream celebrity partner.

At this moment, a photo of Mushtuk, posing in a promotional shot for the show, appeared on the screen, prompting McIntyre to quip: “Goodness, I don’t think my wife would allow me, looking at that photograph.”

He continued: “I didn’t know that, I didn’t know I was in anybody’s dreams. That’s very exciting. I would only consider Strictly as one of the pro dancers.”

McIntyre was interviewed from Los Angeles via a video link.

Michael McIntyre had everyone in hysterics on ‘The One Show’

Earlier this week, Strictly contestant Robert Webb was forced to withdraw from the competition due to “ill health”.

The dancing competition continues Saturday (16 October) at 7pm on BBC One.

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