Actress Michelle Keegan has demanded that she won’t emulate her life partner’s example and sign up for Strictly Come Dancing.
Previous The Only Way Is Essex star Mark Wright partook in the BBC One show a year ago.
Keegan, 27, released hypothesis that she was wanting to join in the following arrangement, saying: “No – in light of the fact that it was so loathsome viewing Mark!
“Mark’s a more sure individual than me. Also I recall perceiving how apprehensive he was and considering, ‘On the off chance that he’s similar to that, I simply couldn’t do it’.”
The previous Coronation Street star told Radio Times magazine that the couple would not do a Strictly-style move at their wedding.
“I think everybody expect we’re going to do something choreographed, yet we’re not,” she said.
“I couldn’t do that in any case in light of the fact that I’m refuse. It’s simply going to be an individual thing.”
Notwithstanding arriving a part in new BBC One show Ordinary Lies, the performer – who played barmaid Tina McIntyre in the cleanser – said that she was all the while bringing lessons with an acting mentor.
“W ith the trials and callbacks I’ve been getting, I go to see him so hopefully I can feel certain with the scripts,” she said.
Keegan said that she “went into stun” when she was informed that her Corrie adjust self image would be slaughtered off tailing her choice to take off.
“I was thinking perhaps later on I could backtrack,” she said. “Be that as it may its issued me that apprehension element. I could without much of a stretch have stayed in Corrie until I was 80, yet now I need to battle for things.”