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Even standing up dancing with a man feels very unnatural, you've got to look them straight in the eye and it feels really uncomfortable!' she said of her pre Strictly training And defending her appearance on Strictly after critics claimed her background as a member of The Saturdays gives her an unfair advantage, she argued that she's never had formal dance training.Asked if the runner-up had been sharing her tips for success, she divulged: 'She hasn't yet, but I'm sure she'd tell me to just have a good time and love every minute.'Remaining modest, the singer then quipped: 'I'm going to enjoy every minute because I might not even be on the show for very long!' 'I'm so excited to get started,' she said of her dance debut.Mollie also admitted that she has 'sent her well wishes' to co-star Alexandra Burke, after she sadly announced that her mother and Soul II Soul singer Melissa Bell had passed away earlier this week.Despite her close friend and fellow Saturdays star Frankie Bridge appearing in the 2014 edition of the celebrity talent series, Mollie revealed that she is yet to impart her words of wisdom with her.
she defended her upcoming appearance on Strictly 'I thought I was going to trip over my own feet.'And touching on the Strictly curse, Eamonn quipped: 'I've never heard any of this - it's alright for you, you're single at the moment- I may be a victim of the curse!' 'I've got too much to focus on learning these moves than practicing my flirting.I need to get moves into my head before thinking about that, that's for sure!' she said about her upcoming Strictly appearance But Molly wasn't to be moved, explaining: 'I've got too much to focus on learning these moves than practicing my flirting.