Newly single TV presenter Davina McCall admits that she has been texting the Jumanji actor Dwayne The Rock Johnson ‘all the time.’
Davina has recently split with her husband Matthew Robertson whom she was married to for 17 years. She is going through a rough time at the moment and Dwayne Johnson, who also suffered from a heartbreak a while ago, finds himself suitable to help her get over her sadness.
At past, Davina admitted she would marry The Rock as, in her words, he is ‘like the nicest guy.’ Dwayne was all-honored to have received such compliments from gorgeous Davina.
As he said in the paper:
“It’s amazing to have somebody saying such complimentary things about you — I will keep a look out for her on Twitter for sure.
“Davina seems like she has a lot of positive energy herself, because saying nice things about others is a big sign that you are confident in yourself.
“She is going through a difficult time at the moment, so my advice to her is to just keep on going.
“I’ve been there, I have been in a dark place, and if there’s one thing she needs it is to talk things out, because nobody should be suffering in silence.
“Talking it through and not going through it alone is half the battle won.”
After she split with Matthew, Davina focused most of her energy on the workout which Dwayne finds really helpful for her during this stressful time.
Dwayne said: “Is working out good medicine? Absolutely. The thing with getting in shape is it takes real focus.
“While you are focusing on that you are essentially training you brain from getting away from any current problems to getting into shape — and your brain does it without even knowing.
“I have had some real intense workout regimes over the last few years and it pretty much takes up most of your time and thoughts.”
Davina also commented nicely on Dwayne. She said:
“I think Dwayne Johnson is hard-working, 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.
“I just think he’s a nice guy, a really nice guy, great, positive energy.”