BBC Strictlys Angela Scanlon in bits days after tough feedback
Strictly’s Angela Scanlon says neck is ‘in bits’ ahead of routine
It looks as though this week’s training is taking its toll on Strictly Come Dancing’s Angela Scanlon.
Last Saturday, the 39-year-old found herself at the bottom of the leaderboard with professional partner Carlos Gu, after being awarded 27 for their Samba.
Despite it being her lowest score so far, fans have seen the presenter return each week showcasing the skills she’s learned in rehearsals.
However, with the pair tackling a Waltz this Saturday night, Angela revealed she’s feeling the pain.
Appearing in Wednesday’s instalment of This Morning, host Rochelle Humes wanted to know whether or not she’s hurt herself during her time on the show so far.
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Angela replied: “I suffered a lot with blisters initially. I feel like I have dancer’s feet, which people talk about with pride but they’re pretty grim!
“Actually, I’ve been okay, my neck’s in bits at the moment because there’s been a ballroom hold, we’re doing Waltz this week.”
If Angela and Carlos manage to impress viewers at home this weekend, they’ll secure a spot at Blackpool.
Speaking about the milestone in the BBC series, Angela confessed she wants to make it to the infamous ballroom.
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She continued: “Blackpool is iconic and we’re very determined to make it to Blackpool.
“I think I quite thrive on the challenge of bouncing back.
“What I’ve learned, the appeal for me with Strictly actually is the physicality of it after having two kids, I thought this would be a major challenge.”
Despite being bottom of the leaderboard, Angela was saved by the public and it was Adam Thomas and Angela Rippon who found themselves in the dance-off
In the end, it was former Emmerdale star Adam who found himself becoming the latest person to leave the competition.
Upon leaving, an emotional Adam told Tess Daly: “What a bunch to be on this journey with, I’m just very, very lucky, I know my kids are at home now probably crying, it’s okay – daddy’s okay!
“I just wanted to teach my kids that it’s not just about winning or losing, it’s about taking part and doing your best. [To Luba] I just want to say thank you to this one and I’m sorry, I wanted to get us to Blackpool!”
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday on BBC One from 6:05pm.
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