Louisa Lytton has cried 'every day' of The Jump training
Louisa Lytton has had a "meltdown" every day she's been training for 'The Jump' because she's struggling to master the art of the winter sports.
Louisa Lytton has cried "every day" since she's been training for 'The Jump'.
The former 'EastEnders' actress is struggling to master the art of skiing for the winter sports show and has been reduced to tears every time she's had to slip into her thermals.
She explained: "I've cried every day. Every day for a week I've cried. I'm not used to that kind of adrenaline. So after I did the skeleton I was in floods of tears.
"I was fine and I got down to it and I did quite well but then the moment it was over it was so overwhelming. And I'm a female and I'm an actress - I've got to be dramatic, haven't I?"
But Louisa, 26, is adamant she isn't the only female star suffering a "meltdown" every time she hits the slopes.
She said with a giggle: "I think a lot of the girls have had a little meltdown. I think that's to be expected though."
However, despite struggling to master the slippery skill, the brunette beauty is enjoying herself and can't believed how quickly she's "gelled" with her fellow competitors.
Speaking to DigitalSpy, she added: "I've fractured my thumb and I've got a bruised bum but I'm having the best time!"
'The Jump', which will be hosted again by Davina McCall, will hit screens on January 31 at 7.30pm on Channel 4.