CAROLINE Quentin fears "falling out" of her Strictly dresses and will step in if they're too daring.
Actress Caroline, 60, clearly isn't afraid to show off her curves – as she's seen looking fabulous in a plunging gown in her first Strictly makeover.
But the Men Behaving Badly star said she draws the line at loose-fitting frocks that lack any support as she dreads suffering a wardrobe malfunction on the dancefloor.
She said about her outfits on the show: "My feeling is that I am going to hand over to the experts and let them do their thing.
"Unless I am really scared that something is going to fall out then I’m not going to moan about it. But if I feel it might be a bit perilous then I might say something.”
Caroline also told The Sun Online she's been having secret coaching by Hollywood star Elizabeth Hurley, she has revealed.
She's been getting "tips" off Elizabeth and her son Damien, as they are 'super fans' of the BBC1 show.
Caroline sparked a friendship with the A-list pair after shooting the upcoming movie Father Christmas Is Back with Liz.
And it appears the Brit-born actress and model will be one of Caroline's biggest supporters when she takes to the dance floor this month.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun Online, Caroline revealed: “I was shooting with Liz Hurley and her son Damien and they gave me tips. She loves it!"
Elizabeth isn't the only famous face to throw their support behind Caroline.
The actress' Men Behaving Badly co-star Martin Clunes recently told Loose Women viewers that Caroline will "win" the 2020 series of Strictly.
Caroline added: “I’ve not spoken to him personally but I hear he thinks I’m in it to win it.
"To be honest, most of what I’ve had is really sweet messages about how exciting it is that, in a gloomy time, people have said to have a laugh and have a good time because we all know it’s been bleak.”
Along with the ballroom moves, Strictly Come Dancing fans tune in each week to see what fabulous costumes the celebrities and their dance pros are wearing.
But mum-of-two Caroline has made a vow to speak up if she feels at risk of flashing more flesh than she intends.
“My feeling is that I am going to hand over to the experts and let them do their thing," she says.
"Unless I am really scared that something is going to fall out then I’m not going to moan about it.
"But if I feel it might be a bit perilous then I might say something.”
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