Faye Brookes hints at Coronation Street return and admits Dancing on Ice ‘isn’t just a show’ – ‘I eat, sleep and breathe the ice’
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Dancing on Ice star Faye Brookes has delighted viewers with her debut on the ITV skating show recently.
Before her time on the ice Faye, 33, was best known for her time on Coronation Street, as she played Kate Connor until 2019.
But, as she sits down with her hunky boyfriend Joe Davies in an exclusive chat with OK! magazine Faye teases the idea of returning to the cobbles someday.
She said: “My journey at Corrie was open-ended, so that’s possibly something I could go back to and if there was an opportunity, I would.
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“Who knows what the future holds!”
The stunning brunette is currently giving all to Dancing on Ice, but admitted she wasn’t keen on the idea of the show before she began.
Faye told OK!: “I always said I never wanted to do it. I always said my face was my job and I’m scared I might fall on it! But we went through this crazy past year and it was the first opportunity that came up and I didn’t bat an eyelid.”
But, Faye said she has since completely thrown herself into the show and has had no regrets so far.
She revealed: “Since I said yes, I’ve completely fallen head over heels in love with the sport. I eat, sleep and breathe the ice.”
Faye, who has been paired with Hamish Gaman on the show, added: “My heart is in this competition now – it’s not just a show. The pressure is on.”
The stakes are high for all the contestants of this series, which has already seen Myleene Klass eliminated and Denise van Outen being forced to quit after and injury.
Speaking about the loss of the big stars early on in the competition, Faye said: “Denise was an absolute superstar to have gone and performed on the ice.
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“We’ve all probably had a scare and it’s not easy. It’s such a shame we’ve lost her so soon, but I know she did the right thing for her.”
Despite the shock exits, Faye is giving her all to the Dancing on Ice competition.
“The pressure is on,” the stunning actress told OK!. “Hamish and I are both perfectionists. We both want the very best out of this competition.
“We both want to do well and we’re both quite hard on ourselves. But my mantra is to just enjoy it and live in the moment, because you never know when it’s your last skate.”
But, Faye admitted she isn’t confident she will be the one to lift the trophy, as she said: “I still don’t believe I can, because I honestly think it could be anyone’s!”
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