Harry Judd's Strictly fears
'Strictly Come Dancing' contestant Harry Judd ''wakes up nervous'' at the thought of competing on the programme and admits he gets ''frightened inside'' when he hears the show's theme music.
'Strictly Come Dancing' contestant Harry Judd "wakes up nervous" at the thought of going on the show.
The McFly drummer admitted he feels so anxious about dancing on the BBC One programme in front of a studio audience, he gets "frightened" when he hears the theme tune being played.
He said: "I wake up nervous and I haven't even started rehearsing yet. As soon as I hear the 'Strictly Come Dancing' theme I get a little frightened inside."
The 25-year-old musician admitted the most "nerve-wracking" part of the show - which will be presented by Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly - has been waiting to hear which female partner he will be paired with, which will be revealed on the show tomorrow (10.09.11).
Speaking on BBC Radio One, he said: "The most nerve-wracking bit was standing there next to Bruce waiting to hear who our partners are.
"But I'm looking forward to it because it's a challenge and I think the rewards you get after doing a challenge are the best, although I'm slightly concerned about my obsessive nature so I need to learn how to have fun as well."
Among the other stars joining Harry on the BBC One series are former 'Neighbours' actress Holly Valance, ex-'EastEnders' actress Anita Dobson, astrologer Russell Grant, singer Lulu and 'The One Show' presenter Alex Jones.