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Louis Walsh would never do Strictly Come Dancing

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Louis Walsh would never do Strictly Come Dancing

Louis Walsh would never do 'Strictly Come Dancing.'

The former 'X Factor' judge has admitted he's open to taking part in various other shows but would never sign up to the BBC One Ballroom and Latin programme, regardless of the money offered, because he's awful at moving to rhythm.

Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, he said: "I would never do 'Strictly Come Dancing.' I can't dance.

"You have to be really good. There's no hiding on 'Strictly', you have to be really good. Those judges are tough, they're cruel but they know what they're talking about. It's a very feel-good show, it's a family show."

And, despite being dropped from the judging panel on 'The X Factor' and replaced by DJ Nick Grimshaw earlier this year following 11 years on the programme, Louis is adamant he would never do a rival show because he wouldn't want to ruin his relationship with big boss Simon Cowell.

However, the 63-year-old music manager is concerned the producer, 56, has "messed" around with the 'X Factor' too much this series and will begin to lose viewers as a result.

He said: "I talk to him all the time but I think he's messed with the show too much."

Meanwhile, Louis has just launched Sony BRAVIA with built-in YouView, which allows consumers more access to on-demand content than ever before.