After recently separating from her husband of 17 years, Matthew Robertson, Davina McCall might have her eye on a new leading man.
The 50-year-old has candidly revealed she’s been hitting up Dwayne Johnson AKA The Rock,45.
Sliding into his Twitter feed, the presenter is one keen bean on meeting the movie star and former wrestler.
According to The Sun, she said: ‘I think Dwayne Johnson is hardworking, gives more than is expected, funny . . . I want to meet him. I’m literally sending him messages all the time, I’m thinking “persist, persist!”
‘He’s so big, I’d have to climb up his thigh.’
Adding she believes he’s ‘a really nice guy’, Davina hopes her Twitter-certified blue tick will help her stand out from the influx of similar messages he’d receive regularly.
She said: ‘I’m sort of thinking, “Do you think Dwayne Johnson is going to look at his tweets and go, ‘Oh hang on, there’s a blue tick from a British girl, I’m gonna click on her. And oh, she seems like a nice person, I’m going to answer her’?”
However, much to her dismay, he’s yet to respond.
We think some sort of #TheRockXDavina tag is in order.
She was quick to add ‘It’s not that I want to marry him’ – before quickly changing her tune and saying she does – but that might be a tall order seeing as Dwayne is expecting a second baby with girlfriend Lauren Hashian.
It comes after talk emerged the fitness DVD mogul had reunited with her estranged husband for the holidays.
A source said told The Sun: ‘Davina and Matthew’s priority has been their kids and for the divorce to be as painless as possible.
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‘There’s no bad blood between them, which means everything has been extremely amicable. Watching the way they interact, you would never know that they had split, as they are still extremely good friends. Unfortunately, they just fell out of love with each other.’
We guess, in the meantime, there’s always The Rock…
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