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More Strictly chat on Georgey Spanswick

I joined Georgey Spanswick again on her BBC radio show to talk Strictly.

Click here to listen to the interview (I’m on at about 2hr 9min)


Strictly - the quarter final

Musicals Week, hurrah!  But before we embark on our Strictly journey, take a moment to remember the man, the legend, the sheer, er, balls, that is… 620 more words


Len Goodman to bow out of Strictly Come Dancing with 'farewell dance' on Xmas special

Len Goodman’s time on Strictly Come Dancing is almost over – but he’s not leaving the ballroom without one final flourish.

The head judge will bow out of the series for good with the Christmas Day special – but not before he’s bid farewell to the series by taking to the dancefloor himself. 319 more words


Ed Balls is going to keep dancing

Let’s be honest, the stand out star of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing has been Ed Balls.

No-one expected it, going into the show he was something of a washed-up politician now most famous for tweeting his own name. 186 more words


Strictly - Blackpool!

It’s that week.  You know, the one where everyone pretends that they want to go to Blackpool.  They don’t, of course, but part of Strictly’s charm is pretending to like things when you patently don’t.   771 more words

Strictly Come Dancing

Strictly Come Dancing Live 2017 just unveiled its first trio of celebrities

Danny Mac, Louise Redknapp and Daisy Lowe are the first three celebrities to sign up for Strictly Come Dancing Live’s 2017 tour.

The trio – who have been strutting their stuff in the ballroom in the current series of the show – will have the chance to reprise some of those routines for audiences from London to Liverpool when the tour kicks off in January. 340 more words


Mary Berry was in the Strictly audience and the judges couldn't resist some Bake Off puns

Mary Berry stopped by BBC’s Elstree studios for Saturday night’s edition of Strictly, and amused viewers were left with a whole kitchen pantry’s worth of baking puns. 426 more words