Hollyoaks star Stephanie Waring has been left battered and bruised from her Dancing On Ice training, revealing a string of injuries she has suffered in the process so far.
The actress, who has been partnered with professional ice-skater Sylvan Longchambon for the series, has injured her wrist and has had to have it strapped up.
She also revealed that she has ‘fluid on her knee’.
‘I’ve hurt my hand but it’s not serious and it’s out of strap now, and my knee’s a bit swollen, I’ve got a bit of fluid on my knee,’ she told press at the Natural History Museum Ice Rink, where the launch took place.
‘I’m falling over more as the weeks are going by and I’m not sure if that’s because I’m pushing myself harder and doing more technical things.’
She added hat she has struggled with remembering to act during routines as she focusing on getting technical stuff right.
‘I feel like I’m the worst actress in the world as well because you perform the routines but I’m concentrating so much on the technical side of the routine and not falling over that you really have to think now I have to put on a performance on top of it as well.’
Steph, who plays Cindy Cunningham on Hollyoaks, is said to be good friends with Jennifer Metcalfe, who was left heartbroken after Sylvain ditched her for his new DOI partner – Corrie’s Samia Ghadie.
When asked if there were any issues with the two being paired or if she had any reservations, Stephanie said: ‘It’s ridiculous. This has got nothing to do with me. Anything that went on before is none of my business. This is about me and Sylvain doing a professional job. That’s what it is – a job.
‘He is teaching me to dance on ice, basically. That is the task that we’ve been given and that’s what I’ve been doing. I don’t have any thoughts about anything else that went on. I think Sylvain’s great, he’s an amazing teacher, he’s funny and we get on well.’
Dancing On Ice returns 7 January at 6pm on ITV.
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