Serious Come Dancing’s Hamza Yassin Discusses Eliminating Fear

Hamza Yassin said he still fears every week will be his last on Strictly Dancing – despite scoring top marks.

The 32-year-old wildlife cameraman and host is a favorite among bookies to win the competition, having topped the leaderboard multiple times.

Saturday’s show saw him score 38 points for his emotional couple pick, dance to Master KG’s remix of Jerusalema with Burna Boy and Nomcebo Zikode and dedicate himself to his Sudanese and European heritage His phi.

Speaking of his doubts, he told the PA news agency: “Every week, I think this is going to be the week that we have to go out because I’m struggling to get the steps right. But sometimes it goes very well.

“We never really thought about ‘We’ll be in the final’. We just focus on the week that ended and let us do well in that particular week. And if we do well, sweetly, we’ll go into next week. “

When asked if he is now confident going into the week, Yassin replied: “Like always, never confident. I’m stepping out in front of the judges and sometimes my nerves make me feel my best.

“But you have to have some confidence to try and go out there and do it.

“But you never think this will be easy. Because at the end of the day, you only have four days to learn something.”

He also revealed that he has started dreaming about dancing, as his mind continues to run through his steps.

“I do it in my sleep,” he said. “I’m dreaming about dance and steps and things.

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“I even cleaned out parts of the kitchen and living room and took steps only at home to keep them in my brain.

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“But I woke up in the middle of the night to take the steps. So yeah, it just happens.

“Not while walking in my sleep, but dreaming about the stairs and I can see my feet doing them.

“Then because I moved my leg so much it woke me up – ‘Why am I moving?’ I realized that I was taking steps for any particular dance.

“It just happens. Because you’re absorbed in it, you’re feeling it, all your energy is going into it, you’re thinking about it.

“Even when you go to sleep, you say, ‘I should have done that step a little better,’ or something along those lines.

“You’re living and breathing in earnest.”

The results of serious to dance will air on Sundays at 7:20 pm. Serious Come Dancing’s Hamza Yassin Discusses Eliminating Fear

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