LOVE Island’s Curtis Pritchard has revealed why he would NOT take part in the ITV2 show again.
The dancer, 26, placed fourth in the fifth series of the programme alongside ex girlfriend Maura Higgins back in 2019.
Despite giving him a huge platform to go on and do other things, the reality star wouldn’t be keen on stepping foot in the villa for a second time.
In an exclusive chat with The Sun, Curtis said: “Would I do it again? Probably not, because I want to move on to hosting.”
He also made his acting debut on Hollyoaks last year alongside his brother AJ, 27.
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But now Curtis would rather present them over acting out a role.
Curtis revealed that a “couple of different people have asked for different presenting job,” but there is one show in particular that the supercar fan has got his eye on.
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When asked if he has considered Top Gear, Curtis said: “Jeremy Clarkson and that lot are getting older…
“If they retire – I’ll take their place. And I’ll be at the F1 on Sunday.
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“Presenting is what I’ve always wanted to do, and Top Gear is presenting and in a weird way I have presented all my life, so it isn’t that massive of a career change, but is from the dancing.”
He added: “I was into cars since before dancing and did a lot of street sports. I love the adrenaline it brings. I’d love to create a career out of it.”
Curtis was at The 12th annual Grand Prix Ball in aid of The Global Gift Foundation, Racing Pride and Just Like US, held at the Hurlingham Club.