She had a rocky debut last weekend earning only 12 points for her samba.
The 56-year-old presenter told
Perky: Strictly Come Dancing’s Susannah Constantine has blamed her large breasts on her lacklustre dancing, after earning just 12 points for her debut dance last week
She explained: ‘My t**s with every child have got bigger and bigger and then the menopause they got bigger again. So I’m f****d. When I’m running I need two sports bras to keep everything in place. I’m a 32G — that’s quite large.’
The What Not To Wear host added that she’s taken advice from Strictly pro Oti Mabuse on how to deal with her bust during the energetic dance routines, and has had a bit of help from the wardrobe department with reinforced costumes.
This comes after Susannah earned just 12 out of 40 for her debut dance last week with partner Anton Du Beke, with judge Craig Revel Horwood dusting off his one point paddle to give her the weak score.
Craig also confessed he thinks Susannah could be one of the ‘worst dancers ever,’ but has high hopes she can improve.
Hard times: The 56-year-old presented told The Sun she needs the help of two sports bras to keep her chest under control when exercising
‘Bless her I had to talk to her after the show and we just had a really good chat in the BBC bar about it just saying ‘look you’ve just got to relax and pull yourself together and try and get on with it, pick yourself, forget that ever happened’,’ he said.
‘And hopefully, she’s got a ballroom dance next week and she’s in the ballroom master’s arms. She’s being looked after very very well.’
Struggling: This comes after Susannah earned just 12 points out of her 40 for her debut dance – a samba – last weekend with professional partner Anton Du Beke
Unbelievable: The dance even caused Craig to dust off his one point paddle, which he hadn’t used since 2011
STRICTLY COME DANCING’S WORST EVER SCORES
Quentin Willson and Hazel Newberry – 8 points
In Series Two (2005) motoring journalist Quentin earned a paltry eight out of 40 (including a one from Craig) for his Cha-Cha-Cha. He was the first to be eliminated that series.
Fiona Phillips and Brendan Cole – 11 points
Breakfast presenter Fiona barely made it to double figures in Series Three (2006) when she earned just a score of 11 for her waltz. Despite improving in Week 2, her rhumba score just a one from Craig to total 12 points. She was eliminated in Week 4.
Gary Rhodes and Karen Hardy – 17 points
Chef Gary received a one from Craig for his cha-cha-cha in Week 1 of Series 6 (2008), and only improved to 18 points the following week before being eliminated.
John Sergeant and Kristine Rihanoff – 12 points
Despite performing his Cha-Cha-Cha in Week Eight, John earned a mere 12 points (and a one from Craig). Fearing fans might vote him all the way to the final, the former chief political correspondent withdrew in Week 10.
Ann Widdecombe and Anton Du Beke – 12 points
Ann received her lowest score in Week 2 of Series 8 (2010) when she received just one point from Craig for a Salsa. Considered one of the show’s worst ever dancers, the former politician made it to Week 10.
Nancy Dell’Olio and Anton Du Beke – 12 points
In her debut Waltz, which fell to pieces after getting caught up in her dress, Craig awarded Nancy just one point. She was eliminated in Week Five.