AJ Pritchard, 25, recently quit BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing after “an amazing four years”, and now the professional dancer has revealed his “exciting” dream career he hopes to achieve with brother, Curtis Pritchard, 24.
After AJ shocked the nation and the Strictly bosses when he left the dancing competition, the professional dancer has now admitted what his real dream job would be.
The Strictly star told Metro.co.uk: “I think for us it’s that variety show style, like bringing it back to what it used to be when you had, for example, Bruce Forsyth, who could dance, he could entertain and host the show.”
He continued: “These sort of Saturday night TV shows, that is our passion, definitely.
“But we would love to be doing more work as we did earlier last year with Lorraine, presenting, hosting red carpets.”
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Love Island star, Curtis then told the publication that they would both “love to do it together”.
Curtis said: “We want to explore a variety of things really, you know, where AJ and I, all we are is two young, hardworking lads and we just love to work.
“We love to do things and we love to do it together so let’s see what the world can offer. Let’s bring it on,” he added.
The Strictly star also revealed ideas are starting to come “through the door” after his exit from the BBC dance show.
“Now I am going to pursue things I didn’t have the time for. It’s the right move.”
He then continued: “It’s a relief to finally quit. If I didn’t further my development now, while at my peak mental well-being, I would regret it.”
AJ joined the show back in 2016, and was partnered up with Youtube star Saffron Barker, 19, on last year’s series.
While speaking about his time on the BBC show, he said every year he told himself that he was going to win.