Davina McCall reveals why she refuses to talk about her ex-husband after finding love again

The Masked Singer judge Davina McCall and her new partner Michael Douglas want to make things ‘fair’ for their exes and children as they move on with their romance

Davina McCall reveals why she does not want to talk about her ex-husband in interviews
Davina McCall reveals why she does not want to talk about her ex-husband in interviews

Davina McCall revealed that she does not want to talk about her ex-husband because of an ‘agreement’ she has with her boyfriend.

The 54-year-old star is currently dating beautiful Michael Douglas, but you will not hear anything about their relationship.

Davina and her hairdressing partner, 47, do not discuss their romance as they want to keep things ‘fair’ for their exes and children.

In a new interview with OK! Magazine, Davina explained: “We have an agreement that I do not talk about our relationship because our exes and children do not have the right to answer, so it is not fair.

“We will never talk about ourselves in an interview because words somehow get stuck and we do not want that.”

The Masked Singer judge first married Andrew Leggett in 1997, when the two separated the same year.

She married Matthew Robertson in 2000, and the couple stayed together until 2017.







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The two share three children – daughters Holly and Tilly and son Chester.

Meanwhile, The Masked Singer recently returned to our screens to Davina’s excitement.

She recently discussed why viewers love watching the quirky singing competition compared to other shows.

The ITV series sees famous faces disguised in colorful costumes while the panel and fans at home try to reveal their true identities from their singing voices.







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Davina explained that viewers prefer this format of traditional singing competitions as there is ‘no disappointment or sadness’.

In a speech to The Sun, the star explained: “I think the really good thing about having a guessing show is that it’s not a talent contest.

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“A talent contest at some point has disappointment and real unrest at the end of it. Whereas with our show, a unveiling is a celebration.”

She continued, “Even though it means the singer is not going any further, it’s still like, ‘Who is it?'” It’s just the most exciting thing ever. “

The judges for the new series include Rita Ora, Mo Gilligan, Davina and Jonathan Ross.

Joel Dommett returned to host the hit show.

“What I think is so great about this show is that there are so many audience pleasers and sometimes people can ruin the lyrics, but it does not matter because it is not a singing competition. It is a game show,” said Rita prior to the release of the new series.

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