Emma Willis is so scared she'll 'fall on her face' during The Voice final she's been given a walking stick for support

EMMA Willis has revealed that she is so scared she will "fall on her face" during Saturday night's The Voice UK final she has been given a walking stick for support.

The 44-year-old presenter normally has a stage manager to hold her hand as she climbs the stairs onto the stage, but due to coronavirus restrictions she will be unable to get the help this time around.

To make matters worse, Emma has teased that she is going more glam than usual in honour of the long-awaited final, with her dress "tight" and tricky to walk in.

Speaking to The Sun Online, the beauty said of her weekend outfit choice: "I've got a right old number and it's very sparkly; my only problem is this could be my year to fall on my face.

"It's long and kind of fishtail-y at the bottom, which is not very me at all bit it's an incredible dress."

Emma continued: "Normally I have an amazing guy called Ed who tells me where I need to go and he always holds my hand up the stairs to get me up but now we can't touch each other.

"They have bought me a walking stick, I s**t you not, it's in my dressing room already."

The star giggled: "I'm like: 'Can I hold one end and Ed the other?' F**k knows, I think I will probably end up on my face on Saturday."

Although the show is live there is a minor delay in getting what happened in the studio to our TV screens, so Emma shared her hope that any blunders would be cut from the transmission.

Detailing her dress further, she shared: "It's long and kind of tight, you need to hoist it up to get up the stairs and there's quite a few stairs.

"Luckily it's not 'live' live so hopefully there will be a very quick edit!"

The Voice UK's 2020 champ has been a long time in the making, with the ITV singing competition forced off air earlier this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

After months off screen, it was finally able to return – with strict health and safety measures in place in the studio, including judge Meghan Trainor dialling in via video call due to travel restrictions from her US home.

Emma said that she was thrilled that the contestants are finally able to experience the final, with the fate of the show up in the air at one point.

However, she told us that there won't be a wrap party or much fanfare for this year's winner due to social distancing guidelines.

Gevanni Hutton, Jonny Brooks, Brooke Scullion, and Blessing Chitapa will battle it out to be crowned winner on Saturday night – and the host believes that the victory could go to any one of them.

  • The Voice UK Final airs on Saturday 14th November at 8.40pm on ITV

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