Abbey Clancy 'hysterical' over Strictly Come Dancing routine
'Strictly Come Dancing' contestant Abbey Clancy has admitted she has become "hysterical" over the prospect of performing the samba during this weekend's semi-final
Abbey Clancy had a meltdown due to 'Strictly Come Dancing' pressure.
The supermodel is struggling to cope with being so far behind Susanna Reid in viewers' votes and admitted it is making her "hysterical".
She told the Daily Star newspaper: "I really started to panic when I realised that, no matter what I do, it's going to look awful.
"I can't believe we've got this dance in the semi-final. Everyone else is so good, I can't believe.
"I care that much that I've gone past the point of being terrified and I'm hysterical."
And the 27-year-old beauty - who is the only contestant to be awarded a perfect score of 40 by the judges - is "petrified" of performing the samba this weekend because of its technical challenges.
She added: "There are so many things to think about - the bounce, straight legs, the hips and the weird timing. I'm panicking and I just want to be able to do it.
"I want to be in the final. I love this and I don't want it to end. I don't know what I'm going to do. I was absolutely petrified of having this dance."