The couple salutes the sacrifices of the late parents
Loose Woman star Judy Leo says dancing in tough competition will give her late parents “a sense of satisfaction for the mentees they have sacrificed.”
The TV presenter explained that her parents had emigrated from the West Indies to the United Kingdom, but her mother later died in 2009 after battling dementia and her father died of an epidemic.
The 41-year-old said: “I think my father and my mother, they will be very proud that they have just passed.
“I think my mom probably wants to dance to Graziano, and some of them want pretty clothes. And I think they will be proud and proud.
“From their journey to the West Indies to being here, as any parent, no matter what your background, that is, you hope that the next generation will work out for you and I think they might Would have given them inner peace. For all the sacrifices they have made.
When asked if St is strictly a part of her healing process, she explained: “I think hard work definitely helps people get through it. I think this is something that people can connect to privately.
“And for me, personally, I am very open about emotions and really honest with myself about how you are feeling and how you are feeling and seeking that help.