Rebekah Vardy has floored fans after she admitted that her biggest fear for the Dancing On Ice live shows is "wetting herself".
Leicester City football star Jamie Vardy's wife made the admission in behind-the-scenes footage that had been shared on her co-star's Faye Brookes' Instagram page.
The 38-year-old star, who is also a mum of five, made it quite clear that after childbirth this would be a worry for any women who would be attempting death defying manoeuvres on the ice.
In the video clip, Rebekah looked incredibly glam and was full of smiles as she made her personal worries known while laughing.
Looking straight into camera in the staged interview, she said: I'm most nervous about wetting myself."
Before breaking into fits of giggles she added: "If you've had kids then you know."
The backstage snippet even saw British rap star Lady Leshurr confess to once having an extra finger on hand.
She explained: "I used to have an extra finger, I don't know if you can see it's like a little stump thing there (she points to her pinky finger).
Before adding: "I used to have eleven… eleven thingy's."
If the VT is anything to go by then it seems everything is full steam ahead with the programme in spite of the coronavirus pandemic.
Recently Dancing On Ice bosses denied speculation that the show has been cancelled following England's nationwide lockdown.
The broadcasting giant again shut down that the show wouldn't be going ahead as planned on Wednesday but it now seems some drastic Covid-19 changes may be firmly in place.
A spokesperson for ITV told The Mirror: "We have stringent protocols in place to ensure the health and safety of all our contributors and staff which are routinely monitored and updated to reflect the current guidelines."
According to The Sun, ITV has "pulled out all the stops" to ensure the safety of crew and cast while filming.
A source reportedly revealed to the same publication that there will be no live audience surrounding the ice skating rink each week.
Other claims suggested that Dancing On Ice will not be following in Strictly footsteps which saw the judging panels desks separated and spaced out.
Instead judges Jayne Torvill, Christopher Dean, Ashley Banjo and John Barrowman will all be divided by protective perspex screens.
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