Strictly Come Dancing 2012: Kimberley Walsh Admits Cheryl Cole 'Forced' Her To Do The Show

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They may be the best of friends now, but Kimberley Walsh has said that after forcing her to go on Strictly Come Dancing, band mate Cheryl Cole 'is to blame' if things go wrong. Ooh, watch your back Chezza!

The Girls Aloud beauty plans to 'blame' Cheryl if her time on the BBC dancing show goes wrong and has admitted that 'it's going to be a challenge' to learn ballroom dance.

Kimberley said on the show: "Cheryl forced me into doing this, so if it all goes wrong I'm blaming her."

She then added that she IS worried about some of the dance moves, saying: "I think people will assume that I should be able to dance pretty well. I've never done ballroom dancing before though, so it's definitely going to be a challenge."

And Kimberley, who's partnered with professional dancer Pasha Kovalev, isn't the only one to worry about learning the difficult moves, with Westlife star Nicky Byrne joked that 'the closest he came to dancing whilst in Westlife was standing up from a stool'.

Strictly Come Dancing 2012: Kimberley Walsh Admits Cheryl Cole 'Forced' Her To Do The ShowStrictly Come Dancing 2012: Kimberley Walsh Admits Cheryl Cole 'Forced' Her To Do The Show

Kimberley Walsh attends the Strictly launch (Photo: WENN)

Kimberley previously admitted Cheryl has also been helping her learn a few steps ahead of the launch show.

She told The Sun: "Cheryl's never been asked to do Strictly but she wouldn't be allowed - she's too good."

"She has been helping me with some steps. I asked her to show me an absolutely basic waltz, but even then I forgot after about five minutes."

We wish you all the best, Kimberley! You'll ace it.

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