Caroline Flack: 'I'm really high on dance'

Caroline Flack insists she hasn't been able to stop thinking about her dance moves since she signed up for 'Strictly Come Dancing', but doesn't think people should bet on her to do well in the competition until they've seen her in action

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Caroline Flack and Scott Mills

Caroline Flack and Scott Mills at the Hilton rooftop bar to celebrate the transformation of the iconic arch at Wembley Stadium connected by EE

Caroline Flack is "really high on dance".

The former 'Xtra Factor' presenter has admitted all she ever thinks about nowadays is her routines since she signed up for 'Strictly Come Dancing', but admitted the intense training sessions have been a lot tougher than she thought they would be.

Speaking at the Hilton rooftop bar at London's Wembley to celebrate the transformation of the iconic arch at Wembley Stadium connected by EE, she exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "It's much harder than I thought.

"I'm really high on dance right now. That's all I've been thinking about and I love it."

The 34-year-old beauty insists people shouldn't bet on her to win the show just yet and has tipped Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills to do well in the competition.

She added: "I've only seen Scott dance and he was brilliant.

"I wouldn't put any money on me get though - no one has seen me dance!"

Scott returned the compliment, insisting Caroline is one to watch on the show, and insisted he isn't worried about getting any stick from tough judge Craig Revel Horwood.

He said: "The training has been really tough. I think Caroline could do really well, I watched her today and she was brilliant.

"I love the drama with Craig. He's different off screen, he's really nice and then I think actually I know what you are really like."

While Caroline doesn't think people should place a bet on her just yet, those keen for a bit of value might like to note she is 13/2 fifth favourite with William Hill, while Scott is a huge 66/1 outsider.

Pixie Lott is currently 7/2 favourite followed by former rugby player Thom Evans (4/1) and The Saturdays singer Frankie Sandford (5/1).

William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams said: "Finally we get a chance to see how good this year's contestants are - We will be particularly interested to seeing Pixie and Frankie who between them have attracted almost half the bets!"

Caroline and Scott attended a party at the Hilton rooftop bar to celebrate the transformation of the iconic arch at Wembley Stadium connected by EE. Multi-coloured LED floodlights have been installed as part EE's partnership with the stadium.

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