The One Show host, who was eliminated with Holly Valance in the BBC contest's semi-final this weekend, dismissed "ridiculous" suggestions that she must have enjoyed the glamour of ballroom.
"Who in their right mind is going to feel sexy going out on a Saturday night in front of 12 million people, doing a dance they've never done before?" she hit back at The Sun.
"It's a ridiculous idea! Did I feel sexy? No, I didn't, funnily - because I was absolutely terrified!"
Jones went on to clarify that her lack of confidence in her dancing skills was not a comment on the ability of her professional partner James Jordan.
"It's just been such a brilliant, positive experience," she said. " I was awful [but] James has done great work. Everybody would like to think they have some sort of rhythm, but I soon discovered I have none."
Harry Judd, Chelsee Healey and Jason Donovan will compete in the Strictly Come Dancing final on Saturday (December 17) at 7pm on BBC One.