Daisy Lowe finds it "slightly heartbreaking" watching 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
The 28-year-old model is obsessed with the new series of the ballroom and latin show but has admitted she struggles to see Aljaz Skorjanec - who was partnered with her for the competition last year - whiz around the dance floor with Gemma Atkinson this year because it feels like she's stalking an "ex-boyfriend".
In an interview with Chris Evans on BBC Radio 2's 'Breakfast Show' on Friday (27.10.17), Daisy said: "I am watching it. Part of it is slightly heartbreaking watching my dance partner with another woman.
"It feels like watching an ex-boyfriend. He is a wonderful man and in incredibly teacher and they are doing so well. There's part of me which is so proud of him but also a little niggardly part that is slightly jealous. My grandma is the one who is a little bit more catty with the situation than I am."
The brunette beauty and Aljaz were kicked out of the competition in week eight last year and has admitted she found it really hard to readjust to normal life afterwards.
Daisy - who is the daughter of Pearl Lowe and Gavin Rossdale - said: "You get kicked out of the bubble almost. And I really fell in love with dancing, the exercise. It is the platform to spread love and joy. I just sort of wondered what to do next."
Meanwhile, this year's series is slightly different as Len Goodman - who was the head judge for over a decade - walked away from the show and was subsequently replaced by tough-talking former champion Shirley Ballas.
Shirley is joined on the panel by returning judges Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel-Horwood and Darcey Bussell.