Lee Latchford-Evans has opened up about the possibility of appearing on some reality TV shows.
The Steps star recently went to watch his bandmate Faye Tozer taking part in Strictly Come Dancing, and admitted he wouldn’t be opposed to taking part in the hit BBC show.
“I wouldn’t say no,” he exclusively told Digital Spy. “From being there live in the studio I have a very different feel for it. It did excite me.
“I think it’s better in the studio than watching it at home. Any type of TV show where you learn something then I’m quite interested. I don’t just want to sit in a room and do anything.”
Speaking about whether he’d take part in I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here, he said: “I think the jungle I would do because you learn about yourself. There’s challenges and tasks, and just being able to survive.
“I think you learn about your mentality and the people around you. I wouldn’t do Big Brother if it came back.
“I did the original The Games. You had to learn about the Olympic sports and train. I’ve done a show called Commander VIP years ago where it was learning how to be taken on to the SAS squad, it was really full on, living in the hills of Scotland for two weeks. You get a lot out of that, and that’s more interesting.”
Lee also talked about taking on the role of Aladdin for Worthing’s pantomime at the Pavilion Theatre.
“Singing, dancing, acting is something I have a passion for,” he said. “I love my job, I love what I do and the fact I can do it in a fun environment, giving a great show to audiences, putting a smile on children’s faces, jokes that go over children’s heads that only the parents get, it’s my favourite show and it’s so nice to be part of it.”
The 43-year-old added: “With pantomime there are songs and duets and big group numbers, but it is a little more relaxed than a Steps performance. You do it live every single show, two shows a day, It’s very full on. It’s not the easier job in the world, but it’s the most fun to do.”
Lee is performing in Aladdin in Worthing Pavilion Theatre from November 30 to January 1. Tickets are available here.
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