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Self-pity, he says, is the most nauseating sort of emotion.Smith has described her role in the musical as an “emotional rollercoaster”, claiming that it feels like “doing a marathon every night”.
She cheekily captioned the post: "What an absolute donut! Love from Mexico."True to form, fans were quick to respond to Sheridan's vacation updates.
One admirer raved: "You are one hot lady," alongside three fire symbols. You look amazingly beautiful."Sheridan has ended 2017 on a high, with the release of her self-titled debut record.
The first of this year's festive David Walliams adaptations is a cute and kooky tale of a lonely girl (Zoe, played by Talia Barnett) and her rodent pal Armitage.
The story revolves around a school talent show, Burt's burger van and a rat who loves to…
In December last year, she was faced with tragedy when her beloved dad Colin died after a battle with cancer.
Having suffered with anxiety throughout his illness, Smith pulled out of performing in the West End production Funny Girl, in which she played the lead role.
Sheridan Smith is candidly addressing the personal problems that led to her pulling out of several performances in the West End and retreating from public life last year.
The BAFTA TV Award-winning actress made headlines in the spring of 2016 when she cancelled a slew of performances in the Menier Chocolate Factory's "It was the worst thing, I hate it and I always think 'The show must go on' and I hate letting anyone down but I think the public understood in a way that you can't choose when these things happen," she's told .
"It was a gradual build-up when my dad got diagnosed and I just couldn't continue, I lost my mind."I completely did to the point where people were stopping me in the street and cuddling me because people understand that, it's just life.
Unfortunately you can't just take time off from a show, you get a lot of abuse so that's what happened."Sheridan continued: "I'd been performing anyway leading up to [my father's death], and I've always had a bit of anxiety, and so I was a little bit nervous but the catalyst of it all was my dad. I want to say, 'It's okay not to be okay' because I didn't speak about it and then it snowballed and it came to this huge head."You're scared to ask for help because people think, 'Oh what have you got to be worried about? I totally take responsibility for that time, it was my fault that they [the press] were writing stuff because I was giving them stuff to write about so that was my own fault."But I've taken time away, stepped away, managed to be around my family, have some quality time with them and come back with this album and a tour and hope that people welcome me back."Of course, the actress ultimately returned to Readers affected by the issues raised in this story are encouraged to contact Samaritans free on 116 123 ( or Mind on 03 (org.uk).