Revealed: Why Bruce Grobbelaar Turned Down Strictly Come Dancing

The reason Liverpool and Zimbabwe Warriors legend Bruce Grobbelaar turned down an appearance on the show Strictly Come Dancing has been revealed.

BBC producers had spoken to the former goalkeeper in June to sign him up for this year’s show.

iHarare has learned that Bruce Grobbelaar turned down the opportunity after admitting to close friends that he would miss watching football on weekends.

A source who spoke to MailOnline said Strictly Come Dancing producers are gutted because they had Bruce Grobbelaar on top of their list.

The source said Grobbelaar was worried he would not be able to watch Liverpool FC. The source said:

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Strictly bosses are gutted because he was at the top of their list. But when Bruce looked at what would happen to his weekends he was worried about not being able to watch his beloved Liverpool FC. But when Bruce looked at what would happen to his weekends he was worried about not being able to watch his beloved Liverpool FC.

The source said Bruce Grobbelaar is open to joining Strictly Come Dancing in the future. They added that a big financial offer may persuade Grobbelaar to change his mind. The source said:

But when Bruce looked at what would happen to his weekends he was worried about not being able to watch his beloved Liverpool FC.

Bruce Grobbelaar’s snub may be the reason why Strictly Come Dancing producers are now focused on former Arsenal and England defender Tony Adams. The source said this year, BBC producers wanted a football legend on the show, and Grobbelaar fitted the bill. The source said:

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Each year Strictly producers have a certain type of person in mind for the programme. This year they want a footy legend who older viewers can relate to and get behind. Bruce ticked all the boxes but so does Tony Adams which is why they are keen to speak to him and try to sign him up. Tony is good fun and viewers might be surprised at the different side they see to him if he appears on the programme.

This year’s season of Strictly Come Dancing will be the first in three years to be broadcast without Covid measures, which forced bosses to introduce restrictions including ‘bubbles’ for training and limited audience numbers.

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