The television personality, 46, who has admitted she almost quit the show after previously suffering a crippling panic attack during a practice session with her professional partner Graziano Di Prima, looked stylish as she wore a multi-coloured polka dot maxi dress.
She was seen walking ahead of her fellow contestants Fleur East, 35, and Molly Rainford, 21, ahead of the next live show on Saturday.
All smiles: Kym Marsh, 46, was in good spirits as she arrived back at her London hotel after a long day of Strictly Come Dancing rehearsals on Friday
Kym was seen smiling as she wrapped up against the cool autumn evening by wearing a quilted black coat.
She carried a large black holdall with her to match her coat and added a few inches to her stature by opting for a pair of heels.
The former Coronation Street actress wore lashings of make-up to highlight her pretty features and was seen smiling as she arrived at the hotel.
All stars: She was seen walking ahead of her fellow contestants Fleur East, 35, and Molly Rainford, 21, ahead of the next live show on Saturday
Radio host Fleur showed off her chic sense of style in a black and white coat with chevron pattern.
She wore a black jumper with the words ‘south side’ emblazoned across it and a pair of matching trousers.
Television presenter and singer Molly wore a purple bomber jacket and baggy black trousers as she arrived back at the accommodation.
In style: Elsewhere, comedian Ellie Taylor put on a leggy display as she walked into the hotel, wearing a blue denim jacket with a sheepskin trim
Strike a pose: Will Mellor gave a thumbs up as he arrived in a black vest top and grey joggers while Tyler West wore a black tracksuit
Dynamic duo: Professional Gorka Marquez was seen walking alongside his celebrity dance partner Helen Skelton after rehearsals
Elsewhere, comedian Ellie Taylor put on a leggy display as she walked into the hotel, wearing a blue denim jacket with a sheepskin trim.
She wore a comfortable pair of black and orange trainers and carried a large black bag with her.
Professional dancer Dianne Buswell ensured she caught the eye of onlookers as she wore her bright red hair in a messy up do.
Fiery: Professional dancer Dianne Buswell ensured she caught the eye of onlookers as she wore her bright red hair in a messy up do
The twinkle-toed star wore a black mini dress under a black leather jacket and a pair of matching trainers.
She was joined by Nancy Xu who donned a grey dressing gown older a plush black coat.
It comes after Kym spoke out about the crippling panic attack she experienced during rehearsals which halted her practice session with Graziano Di Prima and left her considering a departure from the show.
Relaxed style: She was joined by Nancy Xu who donned a grey dressing gown older a plush black coat
Former Hear’Say singer Kym was said to have burst into tears before she was consoled by twinkle-toed star Graziano, 28, ahead of a live show that aired last month.
Kym, who is said to have contemplated quitting the contest due to her overwhelming anxiety, told The Sun: ‘It just came over me, almost out of nowhere, and I couldn’t carry on.’
It is claimed Kym struggled to continue dancing, prompting producers to comfort her as she calmed down, and hours later she took to the floor again during the live show and completed her dance.
Anxious: It comes after Kym spoke out about the crippling panic attack she experienced during rehearsals
Former Hear’Say singer Kym added: ‘I’ve always suffered from panic attacks. It’s something I don’t mind talking about because I know it can affect anyone at any time.
‘Sometimes it has been ages (since an attack) and then suddenly one just hits.
‘Everyone thinks that because you’re on the telly you must be amazingly confident, but the truth is that I’m not always and this is how that comes out.’
Tough times: The television star was said to have burst into tears before she was consoled by twinkle-toed star Graziano Di Prima, 28, ahead of a live show that aired last month
She added that she did not know what brought on the panic attack, surmising that it could have been that she’d had some harsh comments from the judges combined with the fact she’d also been working other jobs, leaving her emotional and exhausted.
Kym said she ‘lost her confidence completely’ and ‘went to pieces’, admitting she did not see how she could carry on with the show.
Kym expressed her gratitude at the members of the cast and crew who stepped in to comfort her but said they had to cancel rehearsals at the time.
An onlooker previously told The Sun of Kym’s panic attack: ‘She was very upset she just couldn’t stop crying and hyperventilating.
‘In the end there was no choice but to stop rehearsals.’
Sources told the paper it was feared she may not be able to perform while suffering with her anxiety, but she managed to complete her dance and was voted through to the next week.
Speaking out: Former Coronation Street actress Kym, who is said to have contemplated quitting the contest, told The Sun: ‘It just came over me, almost out of nowhere’