Tim, 52, has always teased his Sunday Brunch co-host about showing off his moves on the dance floor but has never taken part himself. Joining Simon, 57, and The Voice host Emma Willis, 44, on the latest edition of the Channel 4 morning programme, the presenter finally revealed whether he would have ever competed on another reality show. In doing so, he revealed if he has participated, it would have brought an end to his career.
Not only is Emma the host of The Voice and reality show The Circle, but she is also best known for being the last presenter to oversee proceedings for Big Brother.
From 2013 to 2018, the mother-of-three took on duties from Davina McCall, 52, for both the civilian and celebrity versions of the franchise.
With the show axed two years ago, Tom decided to grill his guest on whether bosses would ever bring it back.
Despite giving full praise of the British constitution, Emma admitted the show had been for so long and therefore, needed to rest.
However, she also revealed she would have loved to have seen the Sunday Brunch star enter the house as a contestant on the all-star instalment.
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Though, Tim swiftly shut her down as he claimed he would “have never worked again” if he were to have taken part.
Therefore, the popular presenter would probably rule out a stint on Strictly or I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here!
For now, he is firmly staying put with Simon on the cookery show, but some viewers were distracted by what he was wearing for the latest instalment.
The host opted to wear a white polo shirt which featured several horizontal black lines across the front of it.
During her appearance on the programme, Emma also confirmed the first-ever celebrity version of The Circle had already been filmed.
The presenter wasn’t completely sure if she was supposed to reveal the news, but admitted it was all done for Stand Up To Cancer.
Viewers will watch as the yet unknown famous faces will enter the flats where they can either choose to be themselves or be someone completely different.
The latest series was filmed under six days and will have adhered to social distancing guidelines as the contestants would have lived by themselves.
Emma did admit there was one problem she encountered with filming the series as she explained “six days” wasn’t long enough.
However, she also shared the cast made the celebrity version even better but there has been no date given as to when the show will air.
Viewers expressed their reaction to the news, with one writing on Twitter: “I love @C4TheCircle I’m obsessed when it comes on @EmmaWillis @Channel4 #TheCircle @SundayBrunchC4 #SundayBrunch.”
Another wasn’t too pleased as a second added: “Must there be a celebrity version of every f****** show? #SundayBrunch.”
Sunday Brunch airs at 9:30am on Channel 4.