All Creatures Great And Small star opens up about terrifying Strictly debut

Rachel is asked whether she’d do Strictly

All Creatures Great and Small star Rachel Shenton has admitted that she finds the thought of ever taking part in Strictly Come Dancing “terrifying”.

Appearing on The One Show on Wednesday evening with her co-star Nicholas Ralph, the 35-year-old was asked if she would ever take to the Strictly dancefloor.

“Oh it would be terrifying,” she gasped. “I couldn’t imagine being live,” the former Hollyoaks star said.

While host Alex Jones tried to reassure her saying that she would be “excellent” Rachel wasn’t convinced.

“I could do it if it wasn’t televised but the very idea of live TV…” she trailed off grimacing at the very thought of showcasing her dance skills.

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For his part co-star Nicholas also ruled himself out saying: “I have two left feet so I’m out.”

The pair were appearing on the show to talk about the new series of the Channel 5 drama which returns tomorrow night.

Fans are eagerly awaiting the latest episodes to see what happens to the much loved characters.

Last series saw Tristan Farnon (played by Callum Woodhouse) leave Skeldale House and his family behind to go and serve in the Royal Army Veterinary Corps.

It also saw Rachel and Nicholas characters Helen Alderson and James Herriot tie the knot and move into Skeldale’s house, causing tension with Mrs Hall (played by Anna Madeley).

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As the series picks up in the springtime of 1940 they wonder when the right time might be to start a family, when they are unsure whether or not James will be called up to serve in the RAF.

Meanwhile, Siegfried Farnon (Samuel West) struggles with the fact his younger brother Tristan would no longer be around the house and in the practice to help.

With the threat of war, will Helen and James finally be able to start their own family? How will Siegfried cope with a new vet in the practice to work alongside?

The new series will run for six weeks but fans won’t have to wait too long for another fix as there is also a festive special planned.

All Creatures Great And Small returns to Channel 5 on Thursday October 5, at 9pm

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