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Helen Skelton reveals hilarious Strictly prediction ahead of first show

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Helen Skelton shared the most hilarious video about her future on Strictly Come Dancing after one of her son's friends made a funny quip about her dancing abilities.MORE: What time will Strictly Come Dancing be on this weekend?

All the detailsTaking to her Instagram Stories, the Countryfile star, 39, relayed the hilarious conversation where rather than being compared to the likes of Darcy Bussell ahead competing in the competition, she was compared to professional footballer Lucy Bronze.WATCH: Strictly Helen Skelton shared hilarious Strictly predictionCaptioning the clip, she penned: "At the kid's footy and my boy's pals have just told me bluntly my dance skills are lacking but my keepy ups are decent."READ: Helen Skelton shows off toned physique in new Strictly photoSEE: Strictly's Helen Skelton shares self-care hack following marriage splitTalking to the camera she explained: "Of all the things that could've been said to me this week, what did you say to me Oscar? 'She's the next Lucy Bronze,' Oscar replied."I'm the next lucy bronze Darcy Bussell, I wish, Lucy Bronze yes!" she added.The star is certainly settling in to her life on the beloved show.

Talking about joining the competition on the BBC she said: "I’m really excited to get stuck into a fun adventure. My family and friends have always loved the show and can’t wait for me to get started." Helen is ready to strut her stuffChatting to HELLO!

and other reporters ahead of the show’s launch on Friday, the star joked: "I was really last minute, so I think the paper knew before I did!" Before going into details about her decision to take part in the show.She explained: "I don’t think about it.

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