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Strictly seeks deserving dancers!

Posted on September 12, 2014

striclty mystery 1The BBC has announced the first ever People’s Strictly Come Dancing – a programme in which ordinary people, rather than celebrities, take part in the hit dancing show.

Opening the Strictly dancefloor to the public, the BBC asks you to nominate everyday heroes and heroines to take part in their very own televised Strictly experience. They’re looking for inspiring people who change the lives of others: charity workers, foster parents, people who have made the world a better place. And of course, they should be Strictly fans!

The show will be part of next year’s Red Nose Day campaign, raising money for Comic Relief. It will be broadcast on BBC One in the lead-up to the Red Nose Day night of television in March 2015.

To nominate your hero or heroine, please email nominate@bbc.co.uk to ask for an application form.

 

 

Zoë was born in Edinburgh, and saw her first dance performances at the Festival there. She is the dance critic of The Independent, and has also written for The Independent on Sunday, The Scotsman and Dancing Times. In 2002, she received her doctorate from the University of York for a thesis on “Nationhood and epic romance: Ariosto, Sidney, Spenser”. She is the author of The Royal Ballet: 75 Years and The Ballet Lover’s Companion.

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