EXCLUSIVE - Crouching Tiger, Hidden Sarah! Pop star Harding is showing the strain as she rehearses Chinese-inspired routine for Tumble
Like all the celebrity contestants preparing for this week's Tumble, Sarah Harding knows she has to up her game.
And it looks like the pressure has been getting to the ex-Girls Aloud singer as she broke down in tears during rehearsals this week.
Sarah and her partner, gymnastics coach Leon Fagbemi, have been preparing a Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon-inspired routine for their trampolining performance on Saturday's live show.
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Sneak peek: Sarah Harding tries on her costume for this weekend's Tumble at the BBC studios
And while she is loving her eye-catching pink costume for the show, it looks like the actual moves from the routine is stressing her out.
Sarah and Leon have been rehearsing a Chinese-syle routine, with even a parasol being incorporated to a performance.
The singer is hoping to perform some kung-fu kicks and martial arts moves while flying through the air mid bounce.
Feeling the strain: Sarah is comforted by her partner Leon Fagbemi during trampoline training
In a sneak peek behind the scenes in rehearsals, Sarah is seen breaking down in tears as Leon tries to console her.
This is the first time Sarah has done the trampoline so is understandably nervous about attempting tumbles and somersaults.
An insiders told the MailOnline: 'Sarah is having lots of aches and pains and the nerves have been a challenge. She really wants to do well and not end up having to do vault.
'Everyone is hoping she won't come a cropper on live television.'
So far Sarah and Leon have received scores of 25.0 for the Aerial Hoop in Week 1 and 28.5 for the Floor in Week 2.
Sarah is among half the celebrity contestants who will be performing trampoline on Saturday, while the other half will be doing rhythmic floor routines with props.
She's got the moves: Sarah hams it up for the camera during her costume fitting
The show's producers will be using a new innovative camera style called 'live slow motion' to capture the contestants' moves in real-time for the views.
At the end of the show, the two celebrities with the lowest scores will have to go head-to-head in the vault, with one leaving the competition for good.
Last week saw the exit of Loose Women panelist Andrea McLean.
• Tumble returns to BBC1 on Saturday 23 August at 6.30pm.
Encouragement: Sarah receives some advice from Leon and her coach
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