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Montana Brown would “love” appear on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’

OHMYGOSSIP — Montana Brown would “love” appear on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
The 22-year-old former ‘Love Island’ contestant – who had an on-screen romance with Alex Beattie – is keen to sign up for the BBC ballroom and Latin show after starring on the ITV2 series last year left her wanting more TV appearances, but she isn’t sure she is would be the best dancer on the programme.
Montana said: “I would love to do ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ and ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
“I’m not saying I would be good at ‘Strictly’, but I’d definitely like to take part.”
The reality TV star confessed that she was scouted to be in last year’s series of the show whilst at university, and admitted the series four winners Dani Dyer, 21, and 26-year-old Jack Fincham were her “favourites” to triumph.
Montana added: “I was not surprised Dani and Jack won – they were my favourites!
“I also love Laura and Paul and knew they would be in the top two.
“I got scouted to be on ‘Love Island’ when I was in my fourth year of uni and thought, ‘Why not!’ I would definitely go back!”
Montana unveiled the 2018 Jeans for Genes Day campaign T-shirt – selected by Kate Moss – last night (31.07.18), and said she is “excited” to be involved with this year’s campaign.
She explained: “Jeans for Genes Day was always a big part of growing up at school, and I feel so excited to be able to be a part of the campaign this year in a different capacity.
“The money raised on this day can help to change the lives of children living with a genetic disorder and offer their families much needed support.
“I am really keen to encourage everyone to participate in this day, so I strongly encourage you to all sign up and wear your jeans in support!”
Jeans for Genes Day (21.09.18) raises money for children and families affected by genetic disorders.
The Jeans for Genes Day fashion T-shirt is available for the first time in both a men’s and women’s style and is now available for £20 online from the Jeans for Genes website’s shop.

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