The actress is currently starring on ITV reality show Dance Dance Dance where she has been performing routines from famous artists.
She’s taken on Christina Aguilera, Rihanna and even Beyoncé and after impressing the judges, including Diversity’s Ashley Banjo, Lucy has made it to the final two.
As well as performing as a soloist, viewers have seen Lucy team up with her friend Rohan Pinnock-Hamilton.
And now she has revealed why she chose her pal instead of her husband, Coronation Street star Alan Halsall.
Good Morning Britain: Dance Dance Dance finalist Lucy-Jo Hudson claims her husband Alan Halsall can’t dance [ITV]
Lucy had appeared on Good Morning Britain alongside her co-star EastEnders’ actor Johnny Labey.
Johnny is starring on Dance Dance Dance with his girlfriend Chrissy Brooke and when asked why she didn’t choose to dance alongside her husband, Lucy claimed Alan can’t dance.
She joked: “My husband, god love him, he’s not even in time when we’re dancing at a wedding.”
Alan plays Tyrone Dobbs on Coronation Street and when Ben Shepherd pointed out that fans would love to see Tyrone strutting his stuff, Lucy told him: “If you could see him dance, you’d be like, ‘No, no, no.’”
The mum-of-one revealed that Alan hadn’t wanted to sign up to the show, adding: “He can’t dance, god love him.
“He’s brilliant at acting, he should just stick to that.”
Lucy-Jo Hudson is married to Coronation Street star Alan Halsall [Wenn]
Good Morning Britain: Dance Dance Dance finalists Lucy-Jo Hudson and Johnny Labey will go head-to-head to win the show [ITV]
Lucy and Rohan will be going head-to-head with Johnny and Chrissy in Sunday night’s final of Dance Dance Dance.
The pair revealed that the will be taking on two huge dances in their hopes of winning the show, with Johnny performing Caught Up by Usher and Lucy channelling Beyoncé yet again for her track Run The World.
JLS star JB Gill and his wife Chloe narrowly missed out on a place in the final, as they finished in third place on the show.
TOWIE star Jessica Wright, meanwhile, had come in fourth.
Dance Dance Dance: Jess Wright and her partner Duane finished fourth on the show [ITV]
Following her time on Dance Dance Dance, Jess took to Instagram with a sentimental post about the show.
She told her followers: “Most amazing experience of my life and I wouldn’t change a minute of it.
Dance Dance Dance: Jess Wright came over all sentimental on Instagram following her exit [Instagram]
“Myself and Duane laughed from start to finish and I’ve conquered fears I never even knew I had. What a wonderful show.”
Dance Dance Dance continues Sunday on ITV.