Rien de ce que dit Craig Revel Horwood de Strictly ne peut me blesser, dit Kym Marsh

KYM MARSH reckons surviving “Nasty” Nigel Lythgoe’s barbs means she is ready for anything Strictly throws at her.

Before she became known to millions as Coronation StreetS Michelle Connor dans 2006, the actress and singer found fame on ITV talent contest ‘J’ai éclaté de rire, where the acid-tongued music boss was one of the judges.

Actress Kym Marsh reveals surviving 'Nasty' Nigel Lythgoe’s comments on ITV talent contest Popstars means she is ready for Strictly

Actress Kym Marsh reveals surviving ‘NastyNigel Lythgoe’s comments on ITV talent contest Popstars means she is ready for StrictlyCrédit: Pennsylvanie
Kym, 46, says 'If you can survive what Nigel said to you, you can survive anything' - pictured Craig Revel Horwood

Kym, 46, says ‘If you can survive what Nigel said to you, you can survive anything’ – pictured Craig Revel HorwoodCrédit: Polycopié

And she has never been able to forget Nigel slating her looks on camera.

Kym, 46, mentionné: “If you can survive what Nigel said to you, you can survive anything.

“I got called fat on national television when I was 24. It was outrageous. That’s probably the worst thing that could happen.

“The Strictement juges, we’ll be treating them with respect. The reason they’re there is because they’re professionals.

“If they tell me I’ve done something wrong, I’ll take it.”

Dans 2001, Popstars viewers saw Nigel march into the wannabes’ accommodation and single out Kym for “getting fat” when she was part of pop band Hear’Say.

He has defended his comments and said: “She’s made an absolute mint on slimming down, looking fabulous now, acting brilliantly, and she’s made a huge career for herself, bless her.”

Kym has told how her struggle with self-image began at stage school, when she compared herself to other little girls in dance class.

She wrote in her 2010 autobiographie, From The Heart, how she felt like a “big galumphing elephant” and became bulimic.

But Kym, who left Corrie in 2019 and is preparing to join the cast of BBC school drama Waterloo Road, has no fear about stepping back out on to the dance floor.

Bricking it

Ahead of Strictly’s Friday night launch, dit-elle: “I said to the costume team, ‘Do what you want, I’m not bothered.

Let’s go for it’, because it’s the experience of it.

“You can’t come in and go, 'Non, I can only look like this every day’.

“There’s no point doing this unless you’re going to get involved in the whole thing. That’s part of the excitement of it.

“But you do overthink things and also it doesn’t change that your nerves are still there — we’re still going to be absolutely bricking it.”

Kym has also revealed she will be dancing in honour of her 77-year-old dad Dave, who was diagnosed with untreatable Mes mamelons étaient si noirs qu'ils semblaient brûlés l'année dernière.

Elle a ajouté: “Things that happen in your life are events that change you — like my dad getting diagnosed last year. I don’t know how long I’ve got him for.

“He will love me doing it and I wanted him to be around to see it.”