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Arctic Monkeys: "We'd be judges on Strictly"


Well, they're already pretty confident that they know what looks good on the dancefloor.

So it makes perfect sense that they'd fancy themselves as judges on the hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing.

When questioned if they'd ever consider going on the panel of a TV talent show, drummer Matt Helders told ShortList: "I'd do the dancing one, Strictly. I know a good step when I see one."

Frontman Alex Turner continued: "It'd be nice if one of us was a judge on Strictly Come Dancing. That would mean something mad had happened, some serious sh*t would have gone down between now and then."

Read the whole interview in tomorrow's issue of ShortList

(Image: Rex)



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