Former Love Island star Malin Andersson has ruled out an appearance on Strictly Come Dancing as she insists she "can't dance".
The 30-year-old, who rose to fame on the hit dating show, is currently supporting this year's Stoptober campaign. The campaign aims to encourage the nation’s smokers to give up for the month of October.
Malin put down the cigarettes when she was pregnant with her daughter and has reaped all the benefits life has to offer since. But when asked if her newfound energy would encourage her to take on Strictly, the star quickly said "no".
READ MORE: Strictly 2023 star 'raking it in' with huge show fee — while co star 'bags not as much'
READ MORE: Want more TV? Daily Star has just the thing for you!
Asked if she would follow in Love Island's Zara McDermott's footsteps, Malin exclusively told Daily Star: "Strictly, I can't dance at all! Like not even with being drunk. I'm terrible, I'm an awful dancer, no."
The brunette beauty confirmed that she wanted to take on more presenting and that making documentaries would also be something that she's interested in doing next.
Since appearing on Love Island, Malin has continued to encourage her fan base with motivational speaking. She has also become an author and a life coach.
More recently the star headed to 10 Downing Street to work on a campaign to change online abuse and bullying. Heading over to Instagram, Malin shared a gorgeous photo of herself in the prestigious London location.
Captioning the post, she wrote: "DOING WHAT I DO BEST. I can’t even describe to you all the amount of s**t I get in my DM’s. And online forum abuse.
"Not to mention people from my past (ex’s, ex friends etc) making fake accounts and spreading hate and constantly trying to get to me.. (they never win) .vBut I keep my head high and I take it to @10downingstreet instead.
"Change needs to happen and it seems to never end with online abuse – I don’t want my child growing up in this. WHAT CHANGE DO YOU WANT TO SEE ONLINE," she added.
Stoptober is the annual campaign under the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities’ umbrella brand, ‘Better Health Let’s Do This’ that encourages smokers across the country to join in and give quitting a go in the month of October.
For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here
Source: Read Full Article