By now, you know what you’re getting yourself into when it comes to the Winter Games: a whole lot of costumes, lots of costumes.
And there’s something to be said for that.
We’re talking about a massive, huge event that requires a lot of planning, but a huge amount of preparation.
So it’s a bit of a gamble, but the idea of going to the Olympics is a gamble.
But the big gamble that I take is that I’ve got to be in this year.
If I’m not, it’s going to be a bit like going to a football game in the 80s and it’s like, ‘Oh, I’m really not going to do that’.
It’s just a bit too much.
You’ve got a certain level of confidence, and you’ve got confidence that you can do it.
I don’t think we have that at the moment, and it doesn’t feel like a gamble to me, but I don, either.
It’s a big, big gamble.
So, yes, there are going to come a time when you have to do some sort of costume, and a lot is going to have to be put into the wardrobe and it has to be ready.
But that’s the way it’s always been, so I’m looking forward to it.
If there’s one thing I’ve learnt in my time at the BBC, it is that we’ve got loads of great talent, and they’re not just coming to us because they want to work on a project.
They’re coming to our studio because they’re passionate about what they’re doing.
And that’s why it’s really important that we keep bringing new talent to the BBC.
It just makes us better.
And so it’s something I’m going to keep doing, because I think the talent we’re bringing to the show is fantastic.