Frankie Bridge: I don't feel like I've 'mastered' dancing
Frankie Bridge insists she doesn't feel as though she's mastered ballroom dancing yet despite being in the final of 'Strictly Come Dancing' this weekend
Frankie Bridge doesn't think she's "mastered" ballroom dancing yet.
The 25-year-old star has been one of the favourites to win 'Strictly Come Dancing' since the show kicked off in September and although she is now in the final four she admits she still doesn't feel she's as good as she could be.
She said: "I don't think I feel like I've ever mastered it. Kevin [Clifton] is a very good teacher and he does some great choreography.
"I just have really enjoyed it and I really thought I'd prefer Latin and I just absolutely love Ballroom and I've always wanted to be on the show so I'm just throwing everything at it."
The Saturdays singer is partnered with professional dancer Kevin - who was a runner up with TV presenter Susanna Reid last year - and he's confessed he's thrilled to have reached the final again.
Speaking to Susanna and John Stapleton on ITV's 'Good Morning Britain' Kevin shared: "I didn't think it could get any better than last year with the wonderful Susanna Reid but Frankie has been amazing and I was thinking, 'Oh no, what's going to happen this year?' But Frankie's been so awesome and is so lovely to work with."
Frankie and Kevin are set to compete against Blue singer Simon Webbe, former 'The Only Way Is Essex' star Mark Wright and TV presenter Caroline Flack in the Strictly final this weekend and the mother-of-one has confessed she's nervous about getting her dances right.
She revealed: "There's a lot going on in my head. There's three dances, trying to remember things that we did weeks ago and learning something new and I'm excited to be in the final but also there's a lot of pressure now ... I think people are expecting it to be perfect."