Kelvin Fletcher considers taking sickness tablets ahead of Viennese Waltz on ...

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Kelvin Fletcher, 35, admitted he was struggling with the twists and turns on Strictly's official podcast with host and former contestant, Joe Sugg and Kim Winston.

The actor said that during the first day of training for the dance with his professional dance partner, Oti Mabuse, the constant spinning in the dance made him unwell.

“I was sick for the first time on Monday,” he said: “That has always been my biggest fear with anything ballroom. With the waltz, especially the Viennese Waltz, it looks so beautiful and effortless and flows.

“The spins, they look so stunning but I fear them because the minute I start spinning my head goes and on Monday I was in the toilet and it wasn't pretty,” he explained.

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The minute I start spinning my head goes and on Monday I was in the toilet and it wasn't pretty

Kelvin Fletcher

He said that it was his fellow co-star, BBC’s Mike Bushell, that suggested he try some motion sickness tables to cope with the dramatic spins.

“Travel sickness tablets. Mike mentioned that I should take them. I might have to give that a go," he said.

Despite his spinning head, Kelvin will still take to the floor this weekend with Oti to perform the dance to Say Something by A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera.

Following all the injuries that cursed the competition last week, Kelvin discussed the drama when he appeared on BBC Breakfast on Thursday morning alongside hosts Naga Munchetty and Charlie Stayt.

The former Emmerdale star reflected on Will Bayley leaving the competition after an accident and

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