Natalie Lowe regrets leaving Strictly Come Dancing
- Bang Showbiz
- 23 June 2017
Natalie Lowe doesn't know if she should have quit 'Strictly Come Dancing' but is looking forward to the future
Natalie Lowe doesn't know if she's made the "right decision" quitting 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 36-year-old professional dancer has decided she won't be returning to the ballroom and latin show later this year because she wants to try something but she has admitted she goes through waves of getting cold feet because it was such a huge part of her life for so long.
Speaking on 'Good Morning Britain' today (23.06.17), Natalie said: "I'm still pinching myself - have I made the right decision? But no, I'm excited to see what's going to happen next.
"I was a part of that world for 14 years. It is my life, it's still my family and I will still be heavily involved doing choreography eventually. I could not have 'Strictly' not be part of my life."
The blonde beauty isn't the only professional dancer to walk away from the programme as Joanne Clifton and Oksana Platero have also decided to bow out to the hit show.
And bosses certainly haven't wasted any time finding their replacements as it's since been announced that by Dianne Buswell, from Australia, Nadiya Bychkova, from Ukraine and Amy Dowden, from Wales, will be taking the departing trio's spot on the popular programme.
Natalie said: "I'm not very familiar with the new three dancers - but good luck to them.
"It's an amazing show, it's so intense and so full on every day of your life. Even when it's not on, it's still part of your life. Everyone is going to shine, how could you not on 'Strictly'?"
And it's not just three new faces who will joining the series this year as choreographer Shirley Ballas will be claiming the head judge seat on the panel following the exit of Len Goodman.