Kym Marsh Reveals How Long She Rehearses For Strictly After Being Disappointed With Her Score

‘It’s impossible when my schedule gets manic’: Kym Marsh reveals how long she has to rehearse for Strictly Come Dancing after being disappointed with her score…again

Kym Marsh was left disappointed with her score on Strictly Come Dancing on the Saturday night show when she revealed how much time she really has to rehearse.

The former Coronation Street star, 46, teamed up with professional dancer Graziano Di Prima and ended up at the dreaded dance last week after practicing for less than 18 hours.

The actress closed out last night’s show by performing the Quickstep to Sweet’s Ballroom Blitz, but placed at the bottom of the leaderboard after scoring 27.

Opening: Kym Marsh was left disappointed with her score on Strictly Come Dancing on the Saturday night show when she revealed how much time she really has to rehearse

The former Hear’Say singer received critical comments from the judges, as Anton Du Beke said the dance lacked her usual confidence.

Motsi Mabuse added that the performance was like “a ray of sunshine coming in”, but said that he saw uncertainty in Kym’s eyes.

Head judge Shirley Ballas argued that her Quickstep lacked “stamina” and was “not her best dance”.

‘It’s awkward’: The former Coronation Street star, 46, teamed up with professional dancer Graziano Di Prima and ended up at the dreaded ball last week after practicing for less than 18 hours

However, Craig Revel Horwood disagreed with his fellow judges, saying, “I thought you came out absolutely confident.”

“Your frame needs work, we all know that, but I thought the footwork was clean and like Anton said, you flew that floor, well done.”

The judges’ comments left BBC viewers shocked by the criticism, as they took to social media to say they thought the actress was “underscored”.

Kym, who has other TV commitments and is a mother of four and grandmother of three, said “some days it’s impossible for her” to train.

‘We train as much as we can’: The actress closed out last night’s show by performing the Quickstep to Sweet’s Ballroom Blitz, but landed at the bottom of the leaderboard after scoring 27

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She told Morning Live viewers: ‘It’s pretty complicated. We train as much as we can. We put in as many hours as we can.

“There are some days when it becomes impossible when my schedule at Waterloo Road gets too manic like we lost Tuesday (this) week.”

“I was in every scene, all day on Waterloo Road. It’s hard. I have two other jobs and I have a family. They have to be a priority too.

Kym, who was at the dance last week, admitted to practicing alone for less than 18 hours and said it “doesn’t feel right” to be in that situation.

‘Not her best dance’: The former Hear’Say singer received critical comments from judges who left BBC viewers shocked and wrote on social media that she was ‘underscored’

She said: ‘Someone has to go every week. I wasn’t like, oh my gosh, it’s me and it doesn’t feel right and it’s not a comfortable feeling.

“You’re dancing against someone you like (and realizing) that it’s actually a competition and it’s awkward.”

Kym revealed that her family has been amazing in cheering her on throughout the show.

Her 11-year-old son texted her on Friday to wish her luck, admitting “those are the things that push me forward.”

‘It’s quite complicated’: Kym, who has other TV commitments and is a mother of four and grandmother of three, said ‘some days it’s impossible’ for her to train

Meanwhile, her Italian teammate Graziano said she is a ‘perfectionist’ and is always ’10 out of 10′ during training.

He admitted: ‘I call her my warrior because I don’t know how she puts things together, but she works in the morning, maybe until one, and we rehearse (until) eight, nine at night.’

Despite having to plan her rehearsals around her scenes, Kym revealed that Waterloo Road offered her a space to practice, but she turned it down because she “needed a make-up call again.”

She said: ‘I get so sweaty, your hair comes off and your makeup comes off. A very kind offer, but it doesn’t work.

‘I call her my warrior’: Meanwhile, her Italian teammate Graziano said she is a ‘perfectionist’ and is always ’10 out of 10′ during training

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