Obviously you can't please everyone. I'm sure some people say, 'Bloody old Len Goodman gets on my nerves.'
I am a little bit of a softie, yes. Actually I don't think it's softness, I think it's kindness.
The truth is, I've been lucky. But just like the waltz, life has its own rhythm of rise and fall.
Life is precious and relationships are precious. I'm a great believer in family.
The thing with children is they're a bit like baking a fruitcake: you throw all the ingredients in but you never know how they're going to turn out.
I've got a great life. It's a shame the work gets in the way of the golf, really.
I come from a broken home. My parents split up when I was nine. Everyone gave me a good wallop. But I come from a time when you just put up with that, you got on with things rather than sitting moaning about them.
I really hate airport queues. I almost feel they should have cattle prods to hurry us up down the aisles. You can't even complain because they might stop you getting on to the flight.
I am good in bed - I don't snore. I don't take the duvet. I just lay there and go straight off to sleep. That's all you want out of a bloke.
I always think of a show like a plant - a little pruning now and then keeps it healthy, but you shouldn't pull it out and chop the roots up.
I won't eat anything I can't spell or wouldn't tread in.
As you get older, things conk out. It's a bit like a car. As long as it's something the mechanics can fix, you can chug on for a few more thousand miles.
On the dance floor, as much as you say, 'Ladies, you are the car. He is the driver. You can only go where he takes you,' they still try to be in control.
Children give life a reason to be - they make life.
I'm a technophobe. I can't crack the iPhone, and the extent of my multitasking is being able to talk while I make a drink.
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