Loose Women's Kaye Adams has revealed her fears about taking part in Strictly Come Dancing. The twentieth edition of the popular dance competition launches on Friday night (September 23), with its first live show taking place the next day (Saturday September 24).
Among the line-up is presenter Kaye Adams, who admitted she is really nervous about her stint on the BBC series. During an interview with ITV's Lorraine, Kaye said she will be happy if she stays in the competition for a few weeks.
Discussing rehearsals and the reason she wanted to take part in Strictly, Kaye began: "I am a better dancer now than I was eight days ago, but that doesn't mean I am any good. "I surprised myself by agreeing to do it, but it's the last year of my 50s, and I started this podcast a show called How to be 60, and to be honest, I have always skated around my age.
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