Matt Baker, 41, will likely be taking up an thrilling new theatrical function in pantomime Goldilocks and the Three Bears this winter. Nevertheless, The One Present presenter admitted he has a couple of considerations about his upcoming performances on the London Palladium.
Matt appeared alongside his panto co-stars on Graham Norton’s BBC Radio 2 present earlier this week and opened up about some dangerous strikes he will likely be taking up in the course of the manufacturing.
The Countryfile host will likely be taking up the function of Joey the Clown within the present, who likes to point out off his abilities in some jaw-dropping circus impressed stunts.
Talking concerning the character to Graham, Matt mentioned: “I’m Joey the Clown, who’s determined to be star of the present and it’s not meant to be.
“I’m not going to give too much away about what happens but my role is basically like an audition for Cirque du Soleil with the amount of stuff that I’m doing.”
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He continued: “The jeopardy levels of me going into this show. I’m quite worried about it to be honest.”
Seeming involved, Graham quizzed Matt: “Do they really make you do terrible things?”
“Well, it’s not terrible things but it’s kind of circusy things and unicycling and juggling and walking on a tightrope,” the TV character revealed.
When the host requested Matt if he had any expertise within the daring actions, he replied: “Bits and pieces but I’ve never done a tightrope before.”
“You go in, the lights, the set, it just takes your breath away and it’s going to be amazing to be part of it.”
Matt beforehand impressed Blue Peter bosses together with his unicycling abilities when he utilized for a presenting function on the present.
The star despatched producers a showreel of him in a farmyard, studying a narrative and using a unicycle earlier than he received the job.
Elsewhere, Matt spoke out a few query he’s typically requested by followers, however refuses to reply.