Bruno Tonioli invites Meghan Markle to Dancing With The Stars – Daily Mail

No cha-cha-chance! Bruno Tonioli invites Meghan Markle to sign up for Dancing With The Stars: ‘It would make her look accessible and funny’

Dancing With The Duchess?  

Dancing With the Stars and Strictly Come Dancing judge Bruno Tonioli has revealed his wish for Meghan Markle to join the ballroom competition series this year in the US, telling Extra’s Terri Seymour that the wife of Prince Harry would be a natural.

‘She’d be great!’ Bruno, 64, gushed, and even urged the 38-year-old star to sign-up if she’s watching.

Dancing with The Duchess? Bruno Tonioli, 64, has invited Meghan Markle to sign up for Dancing With The Stars: 'It would make her look accessible and funny'

Dancing with The Duchess? Bruno Tonioli, 64, has invited Meghan Markle to sign up for Dancing With The Stars: 'It would make her look accessible and funny'

Dancing with The Duchess? Bruno Tonioli, 64, has invited Meghan Markle to sign up for Dancing With The Stars: ‘It would make her look accessible and funny’

Bruno continued:  ‘It’d make her look accessible and funny – it’d be brilliant. Meghan, if you’re watching this, please! We’d love you to do it.’

The reality competition series is filmed in Meghan and Harry’s new hometown of Los Angeles, so it wouldn’t be much of a commute for the couple. 

Bruno has insisted that the show’s 15th anniversary series will go ahead this year as planned, even if it means a reduced studio audience due to coronavirus. 

Job offer: The reality competition series is filmed in Meghan and Harry's new hometown of Los Angeles, so it wouldn't be much of a commute for the couple (pictured above last October)

Job offer: The reality competition series is filmed in Meghan and Harry's new hometown of Los Angeles, so it wouldn't be much of a commute for the couple (pictured above last October)

Job offer: The reality competition series is filmed in Meghan and Harry’s new hometown of Los Angeles, so it wouldn’t be much of a commute for the couple (pictured above last October)

The show must go on: This season will the 15th anniversary of the show, which will struggle to carry on as normal due to coronavirus

The show must go on: This season will the 15th anniversary of the show, which will struggle to carry on as normal due to coronavirus

The show must go on: This season will the 15th anniversary of the show, which will struggle to carry on as normal due to coronavirus 

‘If you can recreate the sense of excitement, I’m sure it’s possible,’ he explained.

While Meghan does perhaps have more exciting offers on the table – she recently narrated the Disney film Elephant – she is no stranger to reality television competitions. 

In 2006, Meghan made her debut in the TV competition world, appearing as one of the Briefcase Models during Season two of NBC’s Deal or No Deal. 

The Duchess of Sussex first stood beside Briefcase for two episodes before moving up to Briefcase

TV career: In 2006, Meghan made her debut in the TV competition world, appearing as one of the Briefcase Models during Season two of NBC's Deal or No Deal.

TV career: In 2006, Meghan made her debut in the TV competition world, appearing as one of the Briefcase Models during Season two of NBC's Deal or No Deal.

TV career: In 2006, Meghan made her debut in the TV competition world, appearing as one of the Briefcase Models during Season two of NBC’s Deal or No Deal.

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