Emma Willis wants to compete on Strictly with husband Matt

Emma Willis wants to compete on Strictly with husband Matt

Emma Willis thinks she and her husband Matt Willis should both compete on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.

The 'Celebrity Big Brother' host has previously admitted she would be jealous of Busted bassist Matt getting close to a dance partner on the show, but insists she would never hold him back and is keen for him to take part - and would even like to give the ballroom a whirl herself.

In an interview with Heat magazine, she said: "One of my good friends is always saying to me, 'Let him do it'. And I'm like, 'No, he is not dancing with those fit girls.' But if Matt wants to do it, he can. In fact, I do say to him every now and again, 'Go on, get your sequins on'. And his reply is, 'No.'

"Of course, the paranoid woman in me, which I'll hold my hands and say I am thinks, 'I was joking, but I'm not sure I want you grinding up against a really hot female.'

"But if he really wanted to do it, would I say no? Of course not. I'd just have my eye on him. I love him, but I would be jealous on the inside if it happened. Part of it is because I want to be able to dance like that myself. Maybe we should both go on it."

As well as taking the reins of the 'Big Brother' launches and live evictions, 41-year-old Emma is a woman in demand and also presents 'The Voice' and occasionally fills in on 'This Morning'.

Despite her great success on the small screen the brunette beauty insists she takes nothing for granted and is always striving to prove herself.

She admitted: "I never feel like anything is going to last, so I'm flabbergasted to be still doing this after 15 years. It's only really the last few years things have been going so well, so I feel like I've only just started. Even though I'm 41, I feel like I'm just getting going. "Then I worry and think, 'If I'm 41 and just getting going, and people don't want to use me by the time I'm 50, I haven't got much longer left.' But I'm quite paranoid. Or maybe realistic is a better word.

"I know things are going great now, but next year or the year after? It could be very different."