Not the programme's host Alex Jones, Digital Spy discovered. And the talent show for celebs with two left feet continues to pleasantly surprise the One Show host and Strictly Come Dancing star even as it approaches its fifth series - whether it's due to the stars involved actually being quite good or Russell Kane looking "nearly sexy" as Beyoncé...
Let's Dance for Comic Relief is coming back for its fifth series, are you excited?
"Yeah, definitely. I think this year we have an amazing lineup. They've managed to get some really good names to take part. There's also a really strong panel of everyone's favourite companions, so the mix of both will make hopefully a really good show."
Who do you think is an early contender to win?
"It's really hard, because until you know which dance they're doing you can't sort of picture it. We never get to see them until the day, but I do know that Jon Culshaw is taking it incredibly serious, so based on rehearsal I think [he's] probably a strong contender."
What do you think is the appeal in Let's Dance? Is it just that it's innocent, cheesy fun?
"I think at the heart of it there's a strong message. It's really just to help people who really need it, but by doing it in a fun way that will hopefully capture people's imagination and entertain at the same time.
"These people taking part are brave. I know what it's like to dance on a large show on a Saturday night. It's the most terrifying thing in the world. I thought I was going to just either collapse because my heart would start beating way too fast or projectile vomit on the audience. It's just an awful experience... nerve-wracking.
"The thing about emulating these iconic dance routines is that everybody knows how it's supposed to look. You can't fudge the odd step, because people will be like, 'No, it doesn't go like that'. They're really brave, really courageous, and I think they're doing a superb thing for a great charity. Hopefully we can hit that million, and maybe even more."
Would you ever be a contestant on Let's Dance?
"I think I've done my stint of dancing for a while, but I would. There were suggestions that maybe [co-host] Steve [Jones] and I should do a sort of a number, but he would literally rather cut off both his arms.
"He knows that he is not the best dancer. He's very tall and so gangly, so dancing is not a good look on Steve. Literally even in the photo shoot he was like, 'Oh stop twirling, will you?' And I'm like, 'Just twirl', and he's all 'No, I feel silly!'"
Does it surprise you that celebrities are always willing to embarrass themselves, get dressed up and show off their bad dance moves?
"I think actually more and more are willing to do it. Comic Relief is such a superb charity. It's become sort of a staple of the British calendar. People just genuinely want to do their bit, want to try and do something to help.
"Sometimes we are surprised at the choice of dance, but it's Red Nose Day, it's such fun. [Celebrities] hopefully think, 'This is a warm family show, I'm going to go out, give it a go and do my best'... We're not laughing at them, we're laughing with them. That's the important thing."
Do you prefer the silly dances or the ones that actually show some skill?
"Some weeks we've gone, 'Gosh, they're all so good. This is not supposed to be this serious'. Noel Fielding did Kate Bush, Russell Kane did Beyoncé, and they were properly good. I mean, Russell was nearly sexy, which was weird. Last year, they were superb.
"The competition is getting stiffer and stiffer. People just wanted to be really good, they wanted to be entertaining for the audience. Skill is good, as long as it's tongue-in-cheek."
Who would be your dream celebrity contestant? Who would you like to see dancing about in drag?
"I would really like to see Prince Harry do it. I think chances are slim, but I think that would be amazing. To be honest, it's anybody who gives it 100% and thinks, 'This is all a bit embarrassing, but I'm just going to go for it'. Anybody who has enough of a sense of humour about it is more than welcome on the show."
Are you still a fan of Strictly? Did you watch this series?
"Oh yeah, I watched it, which was a bit weird at the beginning, because once you've been on it you can't watch it in the same way. You feel you know too much and you sense a real feeling of loss because you're not there. You feel really sad. I think that's a real sign of how good a show it is."
Were you happy that it outperformed X Factor this year? Do you think it deserved it?
"Oh, 100%. Mind you, I like both shows and I've watched them both for years and years and years. But I think Strictly deserved it. It appeals to the masses, it appeals to a whole family audience. It's quite traditional in its way in the fact that it's old-school Saturday night entertainment. And it hasn't got those awful moments of somebody having to have lost their grandmother or dog or whatever to get there. It's just genuine, honest entertainment."
As someone who knows what is required of a TV presenter and also knows the pressure of Strictly, do you think Sir Bruce Forsyth will have to step down at some point as has been rumoured?
"Probably. He's done a brilliant job. There's no question that he's a national treasure and he is a real lovely gentleman as well. It'll be sad when he steps down. It won't be the same without him. I know lots of people have got varying opinions [on him and Tess], but actually, if you picture it without them it would be a very different show I think.
"Who knows. People are already kind of speculating who will take Bruce's place and I just think, 'Oh, love him. He's still there'. He's really good at his job, so let's just let him be."
Did he still have plenty of energy when you were on Strictly?
"Oh God, completely. He was switched on, he was sparky. The man is in his late 80s, and all of us should really take our hats off to him. He's had a long career, longer than a lot of people these days will probably end up having, probably me included. We should all bow down to Sir Bruce, he's done a great job. When he goes, it will hopefully be the right time for him and he'll decide that."
If that ever did happen and they offered you the Strictly job, would you take it?
"Oh, without even thinking about it. I think it's the best show on TV. The experience of being on it was like a brilliant dream. Yeah, of course, of course, but I would rather Bruce stayed."
Let's Dance for Comic Relief returns on Saturday, February 16 at 6.50pm on BBC One