Winter on the Farm’s live shows started last night and presenter and Strictly Come Dancing star quipped that the BBC has banned her from strutting her stuff on Channel 5.
Skelton who was filming on Cannon Hall Farm in the Barnsley countryside revealed that the Beebs might get its ‘knickers in a twist’ if she performed a single move.
The latest series of Winter on the Farm started at 8pm last night and will be on every night at the same time until Thursday. Helen Skelton co-host addressed her successful run getting in the semi-finals of the popular BBC show.
Jules Hudson said: “The huge elephant-sized glitterball in the room, you getting to the semi finals of Strictly Come Dancing!
“What about that! What a journey you have been on, surely we’re going to see some moves tonight?”
To which Helen replied: “I’ve been having so much fun and I’m really grateful for all of the support.
“But I can’t show you a move. If I even think about dancing the BBC will get their knickers in a twist. It will set off a Strictly alarm. Craig Revel Horwood will rush in here and wrestle me to the ground.”
She did however take the chance to score some votes by saying that she’ll only manage to hold the Glitterball in a couple of weeks “if you vote”, speaking to the people at home. Helen will be dancing in the semi-finals on Sunday on BBC1.
Nicholas Ralph, who plays vet James Herriott in the popular Channel 5 show All Creatures Great and Small had a chat with Skelton on the show – who gave nothing away about the Christmas special that is set to be the highlight of The Yorkshireman’s Christmas this year.
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