Martin Offiah has opened up about his “tense” expertise on the Channel 4 present Celeb Hunted with Express.co.uk. The rugby star spoke candidly on the crimson carpet for Nordoff Robbins Legends of Rugby Dinner.
Martin, 56, isn’t any stranger to actuality TV, having appeared on exhibits like Celeb Come Dine With Me and even the primary ever sequence of Strictly Come Dancing.
When requested on the crimson carpet if he can be up for doing extra exhibits sooner or later, he confirmed that he would.
“Sure, I really like doing actuality TV!” he mentioned. “I did Celeb Hunted some time again and the sequence has simply come again out once more.”
Whereas Martin was optimistic about his expertise of actuality TV, the sports activities star admitted that it wasn’t all optimistic.
Martin was awarded his MBE in 1997 by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace, and even has his personal statue, alongside 4 different nice rugby gamers, which stands exterior Wembley Stadium.
Throughout his rugby league profession, Martin scored over 500 tries, which makes him the third highest strive scorer of all time worldwide, and the best scorer within the UK.
The rugby star is married to mannequin and photographer Virginia, with whom he shares two sons named Tyler and Phoenix.
Martin appeared on the primary ever sequence of Strictly Come Dancing in 2004, ending in fourth place with skilled dance companion Erin Boag.
Earlier this month, he was honoured together with legendary England captain Jason Robinson for his contribution to rugby.
Martin attended the Nordoff Robbins Legends of Rugby Dinner on the Grosvenor Lodge, London.
This yr’s Celeb Hunted, which kicked off on January 30, consists of Made In Chelsea stars Ollie and Gareth Locke, in addition to Olympic silver medallist Iwan Thomas and Two-time Paralympic gold medallist Richard Whitehead in its line-up.
Celeb Hunted continues tonight at 9pm on Channel 4.