Michelle Williams, one of the celebrities in this year’s “Strictly Come Dancing”, has damaged her ankle after a fall in training.
Week 4 “Tangos will take off and Charlestons will flap,” thundered Tess’s voiceover. But that’s not the focus of this evening’s show. Oh no. We have teaser footage of Ann…in a harness! Has Widdy found her wings? Just when you thought “Strictly” couldn’t get any more exciting. And it’s only week 4…
Magician Paul Daniels became the second celebrity to be voted off this year’s “Strictly Come Dancing”.
In the first “Strictly Come Dancing” results show of 2010, Goldie became the first celebrity to be voted off. The judges’ scores had left Ann Widdecombe and Anton Du Beke at the bottom of the leaderboard, but the combination of judges’ scores and viewer vote meant that Goldie and his partner Kristina Rihanoff were eliminated.
The new series of “Strictly Come Dancing” will have a live Saturday night competition followed by a Sunday night results show, presented by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman. The 30-minute results show will have no dance-off, but will feature a pro-dance performance and the elimination.
If you thought “Strictly Come Dancing” returning to the small screen on Saturday nights was exciting, brace yourself, because next spring the real stars of the show will be appearing in venues across the UK as part of Strictly Come Dancing – The Professionals Tour.
Having enjoyed the quick-stepping action of “Strictly Come Dancing” both from the comfort of my own sofa and live from the BBC studio itself, I wondered how the O2 Arena – with it’s whopping 20,000-person capacity – would compare in terms of intimacy. Can the simmering intensity of Argentine tango really come across in full […]