CATHERINE Tyldesley almost vomited on her Strictly Come Dancing professional during their second training session.
The 35-year-old actress has admitted the spins in her routine for the BBC One latin and ballroom competition have left her feeling queasy to the point she retched while practising with her dance partner Johannes Radebe.
Speaking in a string of Instagram Stories, the soap sensation said: “So day two with Johannes, do we want to talk about what’s happened?
“I wasn’t sick I didn’t vomit on you yet, I retched. Nobody panic, I’m going to have more coffee – nobody panic.”
Catherine went on to describe the overwhelming feeling to “dancers morning sickness”.
She continued: “I feel a bit sick from all the spinning around. It’s like dancers morning sickness, that is what I am going to title this feeling.”
She continued: “I am really going to try and not heave in his face tomorrow, because that’s not a good look for anyone – we’ve only known eachother for five minutes for gods sake and I had tuna for lunch. Oh Cath!”
The Coronation Street star has admitted she is “struggling” to remember the steps for her routine.
She said: “Really hoping I am on better form tomorrow. I struggled today, and I am really struggling to remember the steps, which is a bit of a worry.”
Catherine also shared the clip on her Instagram account, which she captioned: “Day 2… I love this patient man @johannesradebe – bless you for putting up with my heaving and SHOCKING memory #actualheaving #catjo.”
Catherine has returned to her hometown to continue training sessions, and is confused she can remember all of her scripts, as well as song lyrics, but she can’t recall the steps in her performance.
Speaking in a separate video clip she said: “First day training in Manchester today. Welcome to sunny Manchester Johannes.
“I watched a video of our routine about 79 times last night, and I thought i’s there it’s so in my head.
“But when I tried to do it in the kitchen I could only remember eight steps.
“How do you retain the routine? I can memorise pages and pages of scripts, I can memorise a gazillion songs, but you ask me to memorise five steps it’s in, out and gone. I’m trying I really am.”
Despite being overcome with sickness Catherine is loving every minute of being on the programme and has previously admitted she is having “the best time”.
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