Curtis Pritchard: This is why he would not go on Love Island again

Fan favourite of fifth series of Love Island, Curtis Pritchard, reveals why he would not go back on Love Island if the opportunity presented itself.

The dancer sat down with The Sun to talk about where he sees himself career-wise in the next couple of years.

'I want to move on to hosting'

When the 26-year-old was asked if he would ever consider going back on the hit matchmaking show, he very honestly answered that he would not do it again. Going into more detail, he explained:

Would I do it again? Probably not, because I want to move on to hosting. Presenting is what I’ve always wanted to do, and Top Gear is presenting and in a weird way I have presented all my life, so it isn’t that massive of a career change, but is from the dancing.

Before adding:

I was into cars since before dancing and did a lot of street sports. I love the adrenaline it brings. I’d love to create a career out of it

What has Curtis been up to lately?

Since appearing on Love Island in 2019 where he placed fourth with alongside ex girlfriend Maura Higgins, Pritchard has landed a number of high profile roles on different TV shows. He was a guest choreographer on Ru Paul's Drag Race UK. He has also made his acting debut on Hollyoaks last year where he starred alongside older brother, AJ Pritchard.

He has not been linked to anyone romantically after splitting with his last girlfriend, fellow dancer Amber Pierson. He shared:

I am not in a relationship at all. I am completely single and concentrating on work at the moment. I did start to see somebody after lockdown but it fizzled out. I came out of a long-term relationship and I really wanted to focus on work and my career with AJ.

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