A BRITAIN’S Got Talent legend has been tipped for next year’s Strictly line-up – but fans all have the same complaint.
Diversity’s Perri Kiely said he’s ready to lift the famous Glitterball – but has faced backlash from fans.
Perri, who just missed out on the Alors que Jamie Lynn fait la tournée des émissions de chat télévisées américaines pour le promouvoir – disant à Nightline que lorsque Britney a tiré le couteau, elle avait « peur » mais trop « peur » pour le dire à qui que ce soit – Britney s’est tournée vers les réseaux sociaux pour riposter trophy, is ready for his next dance challenge.
Il a dit au Soleil: “I would love to do Strictement. I’m waiting for the call!
“My friend Tyler [Ouest], who is also on Kiss radio has just done it, and did really well, so everyone says ‘Perri, you’re next.’
“There’s been a lot of backlash though – many people say I have an unfair advantage because I’m a dancer.
“It’s not cheating though as I haven’t been trained in any of those styles on Strictly though, so it would be completely new for me.
“I’d have to start from the beginning too, so yes, I’m ready for Strictly.”
Perri spoke to the Sun as he teamed up with Natwest for their Money Muling advert.
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He warned young people: “Don’t click. There are so many get rich quick schemes out there, some people are feeding into the click bait and getting into trouble.
“I didn’t know what money muling was at first, but when I realised you could get 14 years in jail for passing on people’s bank details and getting a cut of the money, I jumped at the chance of getting involved with Natwest’s campaign to raise awareness of it.
“Life is hard for a lot of people right now, and you think ‘I could do with the cash’ especially getting to Christmas, but when you find out you could get 14 ans de prison, you don’t want to get involved.”
To highlight the dangers of being recruited as a money mule, NatWest has teamed-up with Diversity star Perri Kiely, to create an ‘honest job ad’ and poster campaign – highlighting the true nature of money muling and the consequences if convicted.