Daniel O’Donnell has ruled out a return to the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
The singer recently met with a producer from the show and she mentioned that he might want to do the Christmas Special.
But Daniel told her “Do you want me to die on the spot?”
Daniel was speaking on the Lorraine Show on UTV today.
He told guest presenter Christine Lampard that doing the show was both the best and worst experiences of his life.
He said “I would say to anybody that is asked to do it. I’ve been on stage all my life and yet on ‘Strictly’ I was just reduced to jelly every night.
“When I watch it and think ‘These people have to walk down the steps now’. When I hear the song that we had to dance to on airplanes and in supermarkets I just stop when I hear it.”
Daniel says he still keep in touch with other celebrities who appeared on the show with him.
“We still have the What’s App group. We still have messages now and again. That was the greatest part for me – the people that I met and that includes the people backstage and the make-up people. It was just a great experience.
“It was like the great escape. Usain Bolt and Mo Farah would not run as fast,” he laughed.