'Strictly Come Dancing' judge Craig Revel Horwood reveals that he makes his partners sign an NDA before sex
In an appearance on 'Good Morning Britain', the choreographer discussed how he thinks it's very important to keep certain things private.
'Strictly Come Dancing' star Craig Revel Horwood has revealed that he makes potential partners sign a non-disclosure agreement before they have sex.
The Sun reports that in an interview with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, Craig said, "I did not expect to become a celebrity or be known by the public at all. I chose when I was 30 to change my life entirely and become a director and sit in the dark and that's what I love doing." Continuing on why he thinks an NDA is so important he said, "Listen, let me put it this way. You have a builder coming round and entering your personal space, and they are taking pictures. Now everyone has those pictures. I’m talking about people who work for me, people that I date. It’s always before dinner. No seriously. You have to.”
Piers even asked the star when exactly he makes his lovers sign the agreement and Craig said "before." He went on to add, "It's important to me that people don't go spouting off about anything in your life. I want to keep something private." Horwood, 53, is dating horticulturalist Jonathan Myring, who is 22 years his junior, he's made him sign an NDA as well. When Piers asked him about his boyfriend signing the NDA he said, “Yes, he did. He also made me sign one as well. He wrote one on a napkin which I signed, of course, just to make light of it," reports Independent.
Craig also revealed that he wants to marry his boyfriend Myring, however, he's ruled out having children. In an interview with Daily Mail, he spoke about how invested he is in his relationship, "It's been ten months since we got together and this is serious — I am about to spend Christmas in the bosom of his family down in Sussex, It will be very traditional with lots of children running around."
Craig has been a judge on popular BBC show 'Strictly Come Dancing' since 2004 and according to reports, he earns an annual pay packet of between £150,000-199,999. He's had a reputation for being one of the harshest judges on the show and is frequently booed by the audience. He's made several television appearances over the years, he was a judge on 'Dancing with the Stars' in New Zealand, along with Brendan Cole, he also became a judge on 'Comic Relief Does Fame Academy' in 2005, along with Lesley Garrett and Richard Park. In 2008, Michael O'Mara Books published Revel Horwood's autobiography, 'All Balls and Glitter: My Life.'