"Already nervous, she really gets the jitters
when Ray tells her a tour promoter is there.
Even one of the world's best still gets the jitters
But despite being one of the top talents, Carey admits she still gets the jitters
, even now.
AMY Macdonald may have played gigs all over the world but she only gets the jitters
at one place...
As an actor, all I have done is to respond to Anurag," she says, adding that, much as she enjoys the limelight, she gets the jitters
on being touted as the " next big thing" in crossover cinema.
The Italian Ryder Cup star gets the jitters
with fatherhood on the horizon Justin Rose I've put an extra inch on my driver and got ball speed from 166 to 170 mph - amazing what an extra inch can do!
FEARNE Cotton admits she still gets the jitters
when meeting famous people.
JOHN HIGGINS gets the jitters
even when he just thinks about returning to the Crucible to defend his title.
The 24-year-old star, who won Cowell's UK TV talent show 'The X Factor' in 2006, said she gets the jitters
thinking about his reaction to her recording material.
Yet despite her success, it's surprising to hear that RADA-trained Katherine still gets the jitters
But despite years of experience, Shirley reveals that she still gets the jitters
before a performance.
When Victor and Victoria meet at the wedding rehearsal, the bridegroom gets the jitters
and bungles his vows, so vicar Christopher Lee sends him away to learn his lines.
Even though she has been involved in the music business for the past seven years she admits she still gets the jitters
when she has a new record in the shops.``I still get really nervous when I have something new coming out - especially when it just has my name on the disc.
What good will it be if Wolstenholme plays to his handicap twice and someone else gets the jitters
? That's the fascination of this event.
Gadir, a decidedly peace-loving village artist, gets the jitters
when he's called up to fight and, after being captured by the enemy, finds himself on the run with Artavazan, an Armenian soldier he earlier saved.