Laura Hamilton fears DOI exit
Laura Hamilton has revealed despite recent strong performances she still fears each week will be her last on 'Dancing On Ice'.
Laura Hamilton tries to skate like each week is her last on 'Dancing On Ice'.
The children's TV presenter - who is competing in the ITV1 show alongside professional skater Colin Ratushniak - admitted a recent string of good performances have not boosted her confidence and she still worries about the public vote.
Laura explained to Scotland's Daily Record: "When you've been in the bottom two twice, like we have, every week is a bonus because you don't know how long you'll be on the show.
"Two weeks ago, we were second on the leaderboard but ended up in the bottom two. This show is like a rollercoaster - you don't know what's going to happen from week to week.
"So you skate like each skate is your last and enjoy yourself while you're there."
Laura also claimed she doesn't think about winning, saying: "We are just trying to think about each week as it comes. It's actually really strange - there are only a few of us left. It's gone so quickly."
Meanwhile fellow contestant Jeff Brazier is feel the nerves ahead of tomorrow night's (04.12.11) show, and pals believe he thinks 'EastEnders'star Sam Attwater and his professional partner Briana Delcourt are his and Isabelle Gauthier's biggest competition.
An insider explained: "They have tough competition against couples like Sam and Briana, who are so confident they have asked for an extra prop on top of the two they already have for props week."