Emma Willis bans husband Matt Willis from Strictly Come Dancing

She’s admitted that she doesn’t want Matt dancing with ‘hot women’

Matt and Emma Willis

by Francesca Battson |
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Emma Willis has opened up about her husband Matt Willis appearing on Strictly Come Dancing.

The TV presenter – who is rumoured to appear on the BBC dance show herself - has revealed that she gets jealous of other women around the Busted singer.

Speaking to the Mirror, Emma said: “I’m a jealous person. If my husband is around a younger, good-looking woman, I’m like, ‘Stop looking at them!’

“Matt could do Strictly, because he’s an amazing dancer. Every now and then he will bust out a pirouette in the middle of the living room and our daughter will be like, ‘Wow, Daddy!’

“But I don’t want him grinding against hot women. I do get jealous, but I think that’s normal.”

Emma and Matt have been married since 2008, and have three children together: Isabelle, Ace and little Trixie Grace, who’s just a few months old.

When the pair were dating, Matt endured a public battle with alcohol addiction and went to rehab just three months after they began dating. He later entered again a year later for problems with cannabis abuse, and once more weeks before their wedding.

Matt appeared on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! in 2006 and went on to win the show, and in recent years has been back touring as part of boyband McBusted and reforming with his band mates to reunite Busted once more.

However, Emma has admitted that she does still worry about her 33-year-old husband being on tour.

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Speaking in the interview she admitted that although she is jealous and realises that there are “loads of women screaming at him” – she reminds herself that her “hot” husband married her.

And we think the pair are a very good looking and incredible couple, don't you agree?

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