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Doing ”Defying Gravity“ [from Wicked] on the new album was a challenge, but I think I nailed it.
My producers were like, 'Do you want us to bring it down a notch or two?
How did her boyfriend feel about she and the Russian-born pro Pasha Kovalev dancing to Beyoncé's “Naughty Girl”?
“It is intimate, and it is bizarre”, says the singer in warm West Yorkshire tones, “but Justin's really chilled out and he can see it for what it is: part of my job. You're standing on each other's feet, knocking each other over, and seeing each other when you're all sweaty.
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“Cheryl [Cole] and Nicola [Roberts] have got that covered.
It's hard graft.”Graft is clearly something Walsh relishes.
Before recording Centre Stage, a collection of songs from well-known shows, she returned to singing lessons.
Her determination and girl-next-door charm were a good fit for the programme, and, though she won't reveal any details, she confirms she's since been inundated with other TV offers.“Strictly was a lot tougher than I thought it would be, though,” she says. I went to stage school [at Stage 84, Bradford], but the dancing there was more 'just try and copy this', whereas with the Strictly stuff, everything I thought I knew how to do, I was doing wrong.”The programme's producers had been courting Walsh for a number of years, but only last year did her schedule allow participation.
She also played the ogress Princess Fiona in Shrek The Musical at The Theatre Royal Drury Lane in 2012, but the requisite fat-suit, green makeup and fake snoz were small beer, Walsh says, compared to the physical demands of Strictly.
In ITV's 2008 documentary series The Passions of Girls Aloud, Walsh gamely auditioned for a West End production of Les Misérables, but it transpired that years of singing low-to-mid range pop in unison had left her ill-equipped to scale the heights of “On My Own.” This time out she's much better prepared, however.“I learned a huge amount doing Shrek,” says the singer.