Kaye Adams of Serious Come Dancing has revealed that performing ‘glamorous’ choreography on the show will ‘test her limits’.
The Loose Women presenter, 59, was one of 15 contestants on the BBC’s dance show and ahead of Saturday’s first live show Kaye has said she needs to ‘let loose’ like after convincing herself that she was a 40+ year old ‘trash’ dancer. many years.
The announcer also admitted that she subscribes to shake off any negativity for her age, admitting that as she approaches 60, it’s very easy for her to turn down the show.
Uh oh: Serious Come Dancing’s Kaye Adams has revealed that performing ‘glamorous’ choreography on the show will ‘test her limits’
When asked what she thinks her biggest challenge is competing with seriousness, Kaye confided that it was her insecurity on the dance floor, after always believing herself to be a ‘reserved person’. and a bad dancer.
She explained: ‘I just need to loosen up a bit. I mean, it’s the irony of a loose woman. I’ve always been a rather reserved person. I told myself I was a trash dancer for 40 years and that sinks in and so you have that perception of yourself. ‘
At the thought of embracing her sexier body on the dance floor, she continued: ‘I suppose those are the dances that really require me to go outside of my comfort zone.
Dancing fear: How Kaye told her she needed to ‘relax’ after convincing herself she was a ‘trash’ dancer for over 40 years
‘I mean, everything will be out of my comfort zone, but some of it will be like going to the North Pole in a pair of flip-flops! So I guess Paso Doble and all that rocking, sultry stuff is what’s going to test me to the limit. ‘
One motivation for the star to really embrace the Serious experience was so that she could put aside any doubt that she wasn’t the right age to be in, with Kaye adding that she’s always been jealous of those who don’t. who can move well .
She said: ‘Well, this is the last year of my 50s. It will be very easy to say no and you will overcome all these doubts in your head.
Admission: The broadcaster also admitted that she signed up to shake off any negatives for her age, admitting that when she’s nearing 60, it will be easy for her to turn down the show
‘And then you think that Seriousness is a phenomenon, and it’s loved by everyone. It was an amazing experience. Despite the fact that I can’t dance, I always have a small thing on my mind when I see people dancing, and I envy that to a certain extent. ‘
She continued: ‘When you’re offered something like this, you think to yourself, why would I do that? Or you think to yourself, why don’t I do the same? And I wonder why I don’t do it, and here I am. ‘
The Scottish presenter will follow in the footsteps of some of her Loose Women co-stars, who have offered advice for her time on the show.
Kaye said; “I’ve gotten a lot of great advice from my Loose Women colleagues, Ruth Langsford recommending that I have a ‘lady bag’ at workouts because ‘it can get a little sweaty’.
Candidate: ‘I just need to loosen up a bit. I mean, it’s the irony of a loose woman. I’ve always been a rather reserved person. I told myself I was a trash dancer for 40 years’
‘Judi Love, Sunetra Sarker, Katie Piper, Gloria Hunniford and Frankie Bridge are great too but one thing they agree on is that the important thing to do is enjoy every moment!’
Seriously coming to Dancing will finally return to screens on Friday with a pre-recorded premiere show that will see this year’s celebrities discover their professional counterparts.
Previously, the series was scheduled to air on September 17, but was postponed due to the Queen’s funeral, which was scheduled to air just two days later.
Serious’s first live show will air just a day later, on Saturday, and all 15 couples will hit the dance floor for the first time.
Serious dancing returns on Friday, September 23 at 7pm. The first live show airs on Saturday 24 September at 6:30pm on BBC One and iPlayer.
Coming soon: Video Games: Seriously To Dance will premiere on Friday, September 23 with a pre-recorded show, with live shows starting just a day later
SERIOUSLY TO 2022: WHO IS WHO?
Age: forty six
Job: Coronation street star and presenter
Kym says: ‘I’m so excited this year they have! I’m a huge fan of the show and can’t believe I’m going from watching at home in my pajamas to actually dancing in front of the judges in a sparkly gown. ‘
Job: Radio player
Richie says: ‘This is a dream come true! I can’t wait to get the sparkles and sequins and shimmy on the world’s most famous dance floor! ‘
Job: Former Athlete
Ellie says: ‘To be asked to be part of the Serious family is so exciting and I can’t wait, it’s going to be so much fun.’
Job: Radio DJ
Tyler says: ‘It’s been a show that means so much to me and my family and I can’t wait to get my feet off the ground getting serious on that shiny dance floor…with sequins on one side.’
Ellie said: ‘Wow, dress me up in fake tans and wrap me in sequins! I’m totally over the moon to be part of Serious 2022! ‘
TONY ADAMS MBE
Job: Retired football player and manager
Tony said: ‘To say I’m excited is an understatement – the lure of sequins and the call of salsa led me to trade in my worn-out football boots for a strictly soft set’
James said ‘I’m not known for my glittery toes or toes – in fact, my kids often laugh when my dad dances but it’s an honor to ask and I’ll give it the best shot .’
Job: TV and radio stations
Helen says: ‘I’m really excited to be part of an exciting adventure. My family and friends have always loved the show and can’t wait for me to start’
Age: forty six
Will said: ‘I know it’s going to be a huge challenge but such is life. It’s also my Mom’s favorite show and she’s had a really rough couple of years so I’m doing this for her too. Bring it in! ‘
Job: TV show presenter
Kaye says: ‘I said I wanted to make my last year of 50 memorable and I couldn’t think of a better way than to show the world my left feet. Please pray for me! ‘
Jayde said: ‘I’ve been a huge fan of the show for many years. I feel like I’m watching myself in a dream and I can’t believe I showed it. ‘
Matt says: ‘I’m a recluse, I come and work and then come back to America. I think it’s time for me to go home and get out of my own way’
Molly says: ‘I knew it was going to be an experience of a lifetime and I can’t wait to meet the rest of the Serious family that I’ll be sharing that with.’
Fleur says: ‘I’m equally nervous and thrilled to be a part of this year’s Serious Squad. I’m so excited to learn new skills and I want to immerse myself in every moment of this magical experience. ‘
ProfessorioWOMEN: Wildlife cameraman and presenter
Hamza says: ‘I totally crossed the moon to participate in Serious 2022. Never in a million years did I think I would be on such an exciting show. “
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