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Max George says Strictly Come Dancing has helped him after a ‘difficult’ 2 years

OHMYGOSSIP — Max George says ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ has helped him after a “mentally difficult” two years.
The Wanted singer is grateful to the BBC Latin and ballroom show for getting out of his “lockdown lull”, and he is excited about teaming up with professional dancer Katya Jones on the show’s tour, which kicked off last night (20.01.22).
Max – who was partnered with Dianne Buswell in the 2020 series of the BBC dance competition – told The Sun Online: “I’ve been in a lull in lockdown. The last two years have been quite difficult mentally for me.
“My fitness waned a lot but I’m getting fitter and fitter now.
“And I can feel that in my head. I’m feeling so much better now.”
The star – who has previously spoken about his depression – admitted he is “feeling good” and having more “ups than downs”.
He added: “I’ve got a lot of ups rather than downs at the moment. I’m feeling good.”
In January last year, Max opened up about his depression.
The ‘Glee’ actor – who played Clint in the US musical-comedy TV series – said at the time: “I had a three month period in my life where I couldn’t leave my apartment without being sick.
“My head was spinning. I couldn’t walk. So I ended up in hospital having scans on my brain and it was all down to being depressed.
“There wasn’t anything specific, I felt like I was in a rut about what to do next, but I felt lucky, I have a great family, I got ‘Glee’ and moved to LA.”

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