Abbey Clancy 'hysterical' ahead of Strictly samba challenge
ABBEY Clancy said she is scared to the point of being "hysterical" that one of her dances will go wrong during this weekend's semi-final for Strictly Come Dancing.
Each of the remaining couples will perform a pair of dances in order to win through to the climax of the show next week.
But model Clancy -- who dances with flu-hit Aljaz Skorjanec -- said she is "petrified" of having to handle a difficult samba for one of her routines.
She said: "I really started to panic when I realised that no matter what I do, it's going to look awful. I can't believe we've got this dance in the semi-final. Everyone else is so good, I can't believe it.
"I care that much that I've gone past the point of being terrified that I'm hysterical."
Clancy is the only contestant to have scored a perfect 40 mark from the judges for her salsa but is struggling with her latest Latin dance.
"There's so many things to think about -- the bounce, straight legs, the hips and then the weird timing. I'm panicking and I just want to be able to do it. I want to be in the final," she said.