Strictly Come Dancing

Nadine Dorries, who caused uproar by abandoning parliament to appear on I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, has told Total Politics that she “definitely would do more reality [TV] stuff”:

“I definitely would do more reality stuff. My constituents absolutely love it, because they’ve got someone of their own, who they see in Tesco, on there… I’d love to do Strictly Come Dancing – who knows?”

She must be hoping that BBC producers haven’t been reading her blog:

“It should be all over for the BBC.”

“I hope every member of the British public thinks hard about what the BBC now stands for; and I hope people in my own party who support both the institution of the BBC and the licence fee will ask themselves, why?”

“The incoming Conservative government has many big dragons to slay, the BBC has to be the biggest.”

“Why do we expect people who are worried about whether or not they can afford their mortgage and Christmas, to pay £140 for a licence fee”, Dorries asked.

Presumably so that she can receive a fat fee while repeatedly moonlighting from her day job.

  1. Well, at least she won’t be in parliament voting to support the government’s neo-lib BS. Unless she does it during one of their many long holidays.

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