Lee Latchford Evans: 'Steps documentary is stressful'

Steps star Lee

Steps star Lee

Steps star Lee Latchford Evans claims filming the new documentary about the group's new tour has been "stressful".

Lee Latchford Evans admits filming a documentary while touring with Steps can be "stressful".

The 37-year-old singer - who stars in the pop band alongside Ian 'H' Watkins, Faye Tozer, Lisa Scott Lee and Claire Richards - claims creating Sky Living show 'Steps: On the Road Again' has not always been easy but he does still get time to "chill out".

He said: "It's quite nice in a way that, as people will see, it's not 24/7 in your face with a camera. There are days when they are not there and those are the days when you can have a little chill out time or speak to your families properly or have business meetings, whatever is happening. But seven or 8 times out of 10 they are there.

"It can get stressful, because it's an added pressure on top of a tour. The tour's already a pressure because you want to do the best show you can. But, generally, you could say it's a chicken or egg situation. Which came first?"

However he admits he has not had time to watch the series himself.

He added: "I haven't watched it yet. I watched the last series, I watched it live on air like everybody else. I didn't see anything before that. And, actually, with this show, I'm behind everyone else, because I haven't seen it. I'll probably catch up about episodes two or three."


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