‘Nobody needs to see this body’: Kym Marsh admits she’s scared to strip off for raunchy scenes as she takes on the role of Alex Forrest in Fatal Attraction  

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He is set to star in a new stage adaptation of the 1987 hit film Fatal Attraction.

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And Kim Marsh revealed Saturday that she’ll be up for steamy scenes when she plays Alex Forrest in the erotic psychological thriller.

Full of nerves for less-weary scenes to come, revealed Kim Sun: ‘No one needs to see this body right now. I am 45 years old, I have four kids and I haven’t had an easy year with my fitness – it had to go on the back burner.

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‘Nobody needs to see this body’: Kim Marsh reveals Saturday she’ll pose for steamy scenes in a new stage adaptation of Fatal Attraction

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Kim continued: ‘There’s a particularly fiery scene, and I have to admit it’s a little rough. I have never had to do intimate scenes like this, so this is a completely new thing for me.

‘I just need to feel confident doing it, so I work hard at the gym to try to get in shape.’

The plot of Fatal Attraction follows Kim’s character, Alex Forrest, originally played by Glenn Close, as she seeks revenge on her estranged ex-boyfriend, Dan Gallagher.

The Coronation Street star explained that she was nervous about the racial scenes in the film because she is eating more meat than ever before.

Story: The plot follows Kim's character Alex Forrest, originally played by Glenn Close, as she seeks revenge on her estranged ex-boyfriend, Dan Gallagher (Pictured: Glenn and her co-star Michael Douglas in 1987 was featured in the original film)

Story: The plot follows Kim’s character Alex Forrest, originally played by Glenn Close, as she seeks revenge on her estranged ex-boyfriend, Dan Gallagher (Pictured: Glenn and her co-star Michael Douglas in 1987 was featured in the original film)

Kim admitted that the visuals were running through her mind and that she must have been working hard in the gym before taking the stage.

Thanks to Covid, anxiety, stress and a hernia, Kim revealed that exercise recently took a backseat in her life.

However, she has now hired a personal trainer to help her feel confident as she plays intimidating.

Nervous: Kim tells the publication that she's nervous about taking off on stage because she doesn't feel confident in her body and may be showing more skin than before

Nervous: Kim tells the publication that she’s nervous about taking off on stage because she doesn’t feel confident in her body and may be showing more skin than before

Kim, who is mom to David, 26, Emily, 24 and Polly, 10, said moms-to-be should be proud of their postpartum figures

However, she admitted that her stomach was a gray area for her since welcoming her own children.

The star revealed that her husband Scott Ratcliffe is comfortable sharing racy scenes with his former Coronation Street co-star Oliver Farnsworth.

She explained that Scott feels secure in their relationship so he supports her work and focuses on making her feel confident.

Supporting: The star said her husband Scott Ratcliffe is comfortable sharing racy scenes with his former Coronation Street co-star Oliver Farnsworth (pictured with her husband in October 2021).

Supporting: The star said her husband Scott Ratcliffe is comfortable sharing racy scenes with his former Coronation Street co-star Oliver Farnsworth (pictured with her husband in October 2021).

Eight-time Oscar nominee Glenn plays the troubled publishing company editor opposite Dan Gallagher, Michael Douglas’s Manhattan attorney, in Fatal Attraction.

NS If not now then when The erotic psychological thriller earned $320.1M at the global box office (from a $14M budget) as well as six Oscar nominations including Best Picture.

The 74-year-old acting icon said, “I took that script to two different psychiatrists, and neither of them mentioned that they might have had mental health issues.” CNN A week ago.

'I'm not going to be overlooked, Dan': Eight-time Oscar nominee Glenn(r) famously played the troubled publishing company editor opposite Michael Douglas in '(l)Fatal Attraction

‘I’m not going to be overlooked, Dan’: Eight-time Oscar nominee Glenn(r) famously played the troubled publishing company editor opposite Michael Douglas in ‘(l)Fatal Attraction

‘No one did. And it’s amazing because now that’s going to be the first thing that I think people will talk about, and that’s really cool. It’s great. I think the interesting thing is to tell her story from her point of view as it was not from her point of view. A lot of his behavior was not reported.

Glenn – whose sister and nephew suffer from mental illness – said a professor at Harvard Medical School’s McLean Hospital would use Alex as an extreme example of a borderline…

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