In a little over two weeks (screams a little at the realisation that it's so near), I will be donning my dancing gear and joining around 2000 other crazy people at Wembley Arena to dance for 6 hours in the Red Nose Day Danceathon.
Anyone that knows me would know that this is a completely crazy idea as I can't dance. I have two left feet. I never managed to get the hang of step, and whilst I tried Zumba for a few weeks it took me those few weeks to master a routine, and then the instructor would change it. I was never cut out for aerobics either; always heading in the opposite direction to everyone else.
To say this is going to be interesting is an understatement. With all that said though, it's for a brilliant cause, and one that I helped to raise money for last year too, during my part of the Team Honk Relay.
Comic Relief uses funds raised to help people living tough lives in both the UK and overseas.
- £15 could pay for 6 mosquito nets, to protect 6 children in Uganda from contracting life-threatening malaria while they sleep
- £25 could pay for a sport session in the UK for a group of disadvantaged young people, keeping them safe and off the streets.
When I signed up for the Danceathon I pledged to raise at least £150 for Comic Relief, and this has been made possible with the help of Betfair, who have kindly agreed to sponsor me for Team Honk in the Danceathon. (cue round of applause and cheering).
If you would like to sponsor me too, you can do so here. If you can't make it to the Danceathon but would still like to join in, you can find out how to #HonkFromHome here.
To follow me on the day, you can do so on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Wish me luck, as I'm sure going to need it!