Ashley Roberts parades curves as she drops it like its hot with Bradley Walsh

Ashley Roberts parades curves as she drops it like its hot with Bradley Walsh


Pussycat Dolls star Ashley Roberts has shared a hilarious behind-the-scenes clip from he new series of Blankety Blank showing the show's celebrity line-up replicating the dance from Snoop Dog's Drop It Like It's Hot music video.

The singer is featuring on the second series of the show which airs later this year.

And Ashley gave her fans an insight into the fun the star line-up are having by sharing the clip on TikTok showing her, the show's presenter Bradley Walsh and stars getting their groove on.

Stars including Loose Women's Judi Loose and former Eastenders star Joe Swash, are seen both on the set and backstage slowly crouching down while giving a seductive gaze to the camera.

Other stars letting their hair down include rugby pundit Ugo Monye, Judge Rinder and TV vicar, the reverend Richard Coles.

Ashley praised the presenter's dancing in the caption, saying: "Bradley Walsh dropping it like it’s hot. It’s giving"

The new series of the show, which originally aired in the 1970s, will return for a 10-episode run later in the year, after being revived last year,

Speaking about the new series Bradley said: “I absolutely love recording this show. We have some of the funniest comedians and some of Britain’s most well-known faces join us on the panel, and they’re incredible, but for me, it’s the players that steal the show.

"I’m looking forward to getting back into the studio and having a blast filming.”

Kate Phillips, Director of Entertainment Commissioning at the BBC says: “It’s been so brilliant having Blankety Blank back on the Beeb. And Bradley really is the perfect host for this very funny family show, dealing with unpredictable celebrities, contestants, and prizes!”

Charlie Irwin, Director of Programmes at Thames (a Fremantle label) said: “It’s astonishing to think that Blankety Blank has been a part of our lives for 43 years and we’re honoured to be able to continue entertaining audiences – particularly those who don’t remember the original series!”

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