Oti Mabuse ‘too busy’ to take part in a serious dance after being offered a job in the US

Professional dancer Oti Mabuse, 31, has left the show seriously, after seven years on the show. And now it’s rumored that she’s got a job offer from across the pond.

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Dancing On Ice: Oti Mabuse stuns in a bright yellow dress

Oti Mabuse is said to be “too busy” for Deviant Dance and she is aiming to take America by storm.

Professional dancers today revealed the news that she has left the program after seven years.

She’s set to make herself a superstar in the US with one fan suggesting it will be a “big year” for the TV personality.

A source told Sun : “It was a difficult decision but realistically speaking, this year Oti was too busy for Serious.

“She really wanted to focus on her dance ‘school’ to provide classes that she was passionate about for her fans.






Oti Mabuse ‘too busy’ for serious dancing right now





The lovely dancer has been invited to work in the US and UK

“She now has interest from the United States with producers asking for her.”

Oti, 31 years old, who has been on the show since 2015, shares her sad news sincerely Instagram Parcel.

“It’s never easy to say goodbye I’ve been part of the best TV show, Seriously come to dance for the past seven years and it’s been an incredible time,” she wrote.

“Raise the glitter ball twice and have the most amazing journey with all of my celebs, but also get to meet and work with the team, crew, producers, celebrities and most incredible professional dancers! You are my family and I adore you all forever. Thank you @sarahjamesface@jack.will.g and @jasongilkison for truly believing in me.”






Oti has been working seriously for seven years

She continued: “Honestly, I’m very grateful to The BBC and will always remember that Serious and BBC brought me to the UK – which I now call home and where I have learned and grown a lot. – Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

“I can’t put into words how difficult this decision has been, but I’ve decided not to come back for the next series.

“Dance will always be my first love and to everyone my family especially my friends, serious fans and judges who have supported me throughout my serious journey. mine, thanks for that it’s awesome!






She recently joined the Dancing on Ice board

“You are irreplaceable in my heart and have made every day unforgettable! I love you.”

The South African native is the only dancer on the show to have won the competition two years in a row.

She first won the Glitterball Trophy in 2019 with Kelvin Fletcher and then again in 2020 with Bill Bailey.

Oti recently revealed her new job as a judge on Dancing on Ice.






The 31-year-old recently shared the space inside her house with fans





She plans to open a dance school

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She replaces John Barrowman on the show and joins Ashley Banjo, 33, Jayne Torvill, 64, and Christopher Dean, 63.

The Mirror has approached Oti’s representative for comment.

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