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Strictly Come Dancing’s George Webster wants to play James Bond

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Strictly Come Dancing star George Webster has announced his name to play the next James Bond.

The 22-year-old made history when he became the first CBeebies presenter with Down’s syndrome, recently winning a BAFTA for his inspirational work.

He also won the nation’s hearts when he appeared on Strictly’s Christmas special last year, partnered with professional dancer Amy Dowden.

And he is now looking forward to the big screen for his next role.

Speaking to Lorraine Kelly on her ITV show, he began: ‘I’d love to be in Doctor Who,’ before adding that he’s going for the lead role, which was recently cast as Lord for the 15th time. has been declared as Nakuti Gatwa. , or ‘a companion’.

George went on to say, ‘Death in Paradise’, adding ‘Sunshine’ was a huge plus.

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George made history as the first CBeebies presenter with Down’s syndrome (Picture: Dave Bennett)

Turning his thoughts to films, he continued: ‘Marvel, or a horror film’.

‘You could be a superhero,’ agreed Lorraine, before George laughed: ‘Or James Bond!’

Elsewhere, George talked about his tough stint, revealing how much he loved it, and how it was like a ‘dream come true’.

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He won the hearts of the nation after his stint on the Strictly Christmas special (Picture: PA)

In December, following the spectacular Golden Charleston, Amy and George scored an incredible 38, including three perfect scores, with judges Anton du Beke and Motsi Mabuse dubbing them ‘superstars’.

‘I loved it,’ said George after the dance, thanking Amy and shaking hands with the pair’s name: ‘Woden – bringing the wow factor!’

‘I was really proud of that dance,’ he said, as viewers were watching at home.

‘Watching George Webster the full time of your life on Strictly is why representation is so important. Like Fern Brady on Taskmaster, it puts people in that position in a really positive light in the media, which helps validate them and lets them know they’re being watched. supper star!’ One person wrote.

Lorraine airs weekdays at 9am on ITV.,

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