Jeff Brazier relishes in teamwork
Jeff Brazier admits skating as part of a group on last week's 'Dancing on Ice' made him realise how much more confident he is when working as part of a team.
Jeff Brazier admits 'Dancing on Ice' has made him realise he feels more confident as part of a team.
The 31-year-old TV presenter, who is down to the final five on the ITV1 show, says last week's task of skating as part of a group with Denise Welch and Laura Hamilton made him discover more about his personality.
He said: "I learnt something interesting about myself the other night; I'm so much louder and more outgoing when I'm in a group or to be more specific, a team.
"It must have something to do with strength in numbers and not being someone who naturally brings attention on himself: to be one of six instead of one of two brought me out in myself a little more on the ice."
Jeff - who has two children Bobby, seven and Freddie, six, with late reality TV star Jade Goody - added that the experience showed how much he enjoys working with other people, and he hopes to use that positivity during his next routine with professional skating partner Isabelle Gauthier.
Writing on his MSN Blog, he added: "You may not have noticed but I pretty much screamed my way around the ice and when we won the challenge, the elation I felt as a team member was so much more than as a pair!
"I can't skate in a group every week so I plan to take that feeling into my next routine with Isabelle and give it so much more now I know there's so much more to give!"