The high minister says she is “cheering on” Debbie McGee to win this yr’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Theresa May mentioned Ms McGee, who’s considered one of her constituents, used to be “doing very well” within the BBC display however her rival Alexandra Burke used to be additionally “very good”.
Last yr the PM subsidized her political rival, ex-shadow chancellor Ed Balls.
The display has proved well-liked by politicians. Lib Dem chief Sir Vince Cable and previous Tory MP Ann Widdecombe have each taken phase in previous collection.
Ms McGee made her identify as assistant to her past due husband, the magician Paul Daniels.
She is a former ballet dancer is among the favourites to win the dancing display.
The high minister mentioned she had now not been staring at the overseas secretary’s father, Stanley Johnson, on I am A Celebrity; Get Me Out of Here.
But she instructed journalists, throughout a shuttle to the Middle East, she have been “cheering on my constituent Debbie McGee in Strictly Come Dancing”.
Asked if she idea Ms McGee may just win, the high minister responded: “She’s excellent. Alexandra Burke may be excellent, however one or two of the boys appear to be rather darkish horses too.
“So this is a just right high quality pageant this yr.”