Coronation Street star Sally Dyvenor, 58, has revealed the issues she has come across while preparing for her first Dancing On Ice appearance this Sunday.She admitted she had been “struggling with her confidence” ahead of her first performance on the ice rink.Speaking on This Morning on Friday, Sally said: “My real problem is the confidence thing.
I am struggling with my confidence."I'm just hoping that as this journey goes along if I get the opportunity, I'll find a little bit more confidence every week.“I just need to get through Sunday night.”Sally also confessed she was also having trouble sleeping due to thinking about her dance routine.The actress continued: “I can't get to sleep because I'm going through all the moves and 'Am I doing it okay?' “I’ve just got to get through Sunday and then hopefully my confidence will build a little bit.“Being on a live show as well - that's just terrifying.“So, roll on Sunday night.
Let's get it over with.”A post shared by Sally Dynevor (@sallydynevor)In a recent interview, Sally explained that it took her three years to pluck up the courage to do Dancing On Ice.The TV star said it was her fear of injuring herself that had been stopping her from accepting the offer.Speaking to The Mirror last month, Sally said: “It was just too scary, and I was worried about hurting myself."My younger daughter Hattie used to go, and I'd get a coffee and watch her from the side.
But I'd never go on the ice.“I was first asked about Dancing On Ice three years ago, but it's taken me this long to pluck up the courage to do it."She went on: "The lockdowns were a factor in me deciding to take up the offer."They made me think I should take every opportunity that comes my way, as I don't know how many more.Read more on express.co.uk