The Voice UK host Emma Willis revealed she is so terrified she will fall on Saturday's final, she has been given a walking stick.
The star explained she usually has someone to help her up and down the steps, but due to coronavirus the cast and crew are no longer allowed to touch each other.
Emma's fishtail-style dress makes it difficult to walk and she is worried she will fall live on TV for the first time in her career.
She told MirrorOnline: "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, but it's an incredible dress."
"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."
"Luckily it's not 'live' live so hopefully there will be a very quick edit!"
Finalists Gevanni Hutton, Jonny Brooks, Brooke Scullion, and Blessing Chitapa will battle it out on Saturday to win the series.
The finals and semi finals were delayed by six months due to the pandemic, which Emma says may have made things even harder.
"I would imagine when you’re in the flow of it you want to keep it going, but if it was me I would think, I have had an extra six, seven months to prepare for it," she said.
"Going into it, I would imagine they feel super prepared, but once you step out on to that stage I don’t think anything can prepare you for the actual real deal.
"Doing it at home in your bedroom and practising and knowing it is one thing.
"But practising on that stage, even though there is no physical audience, you still have a couple hundred people on screens watching you.
"In theory it seems it would be good because you have more time, but you are preparing it on your own, so are you preparing it right?"
But sadly, whoever wins the show will not be able to celebrate at a wrap party, as that has all been totally scrapped due to safety concerns.
They will not even be able to give their coach Olly Murs, Tom Jones, Meghan Trainor or will.i.am a hug.
The most competitive judge? "Olly always wants to win!" says Emma.
"And I think Meghan would really like to win, because it’s her first series and I feel like whenever you’re kind of new to that panel, it’s always nice to kind of end it with a win.”
* The Voice UK final airs Saturday at 8:40pm on ITV