Carol Vorderman dances with mystery man after ‘special friends’ admission
Carol Vorderman dances to Taylor Swift
Carol Vorderman put her famous hourglass curves on display as she danced to Taylor Swift’s Shake It Off with an unidentified male friend.
The former Countdown host has been single for a number of years and has recently divulged how she now enjoys casual relationships with “special friends”.
Carol was in to host her BBC Wales radio show this morning when she decided to let loose and bust some scintillating dance moves.
The presenter was wearing a cropped white blouse that highlighted her waist with a pair of black leggings.
She styled her blonde hair in mermaid waves while rocking back and forth with her mystery dance partner.
Carol appeared to be having a blast as she grinned from ear to ear throughout the one-minute-long clip.
The TV favourite, appeared on Michelle Visage’s Rule Breakers podcast in January where she discussed the “system” she has had in place for the past 10 years.
Giving a very candid insight into her complicated love life, Carol said she’s “not into one night stands” but dates multiple men whom she affectionately names her “special friends”.
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When asked by Michelle if she was in a relationship, Carol quipped: “No! I’m having the best time. I’ve spoken about this once. I have a system which I’ve had for 10 years. They’re called ‘special friends’.
“I spoke a couple of months ago about having ‘special friends’ and it was like, again, the world had fallen in for some people but actually what I found was there was an awful lot of women who said, ‘I’d never thought about it like this’.”
Carol added she has been in “long-term relationships if you like” with her special friends – and has been dating some for years.
She said: “One’s 11 years, one’s seven years, you know everyone is single. It’s a happy place. I hasten to add I’m not into one-night stands.'”
“The language around a woman of my generation is that if you had more than one partner when you got married you were this you were that.
“Everything was derogatory about a woman, that was the environment I was growing up in. It was like, ‘She’s desperate’, everything was judgmental.”
Carol went on: “Well you can take all that and you can throw it out the window, that’s my polite way of saying it.”
Michelle responded by calling the maths whizz a “legend”.
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