Strictly Come Dancing professionals Kevin Clifton and Karen Hauer (pictured) are to become patrons of the Wheelchair Dance Sport Association (UK) (WDSA (UK)), a charity and governing body for wheelchair dance and wheelchair dancesport in the UK.
From midday today, February 7, to midday tomorrow, Dance Today and ICN apps, creators of the Dance with Vincent and Flavia app, will be running a 24-hour competition. The prizes – themed around Dance Today‘s February cover stars, Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace – are ten unlocked versions of the Dance with Vincent and Flavia […]
On reflection, when Karen Hardy and husband Conrad Murray (pictured with Jade Johnson) decided to start a business together in 2008, in one of the worst economic climates of all time, it makes what they have gone on to achieve with Karen Hardy Studios all the more remarkable. These achievements were celebrated at a […]
Week 7, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways: 1. Claudia! 2. No theme! 3. Actual dancing! 4. Bye bye, Dave! 5. After 10 million references to Blackpool, Darcey still confused it with Brighton! (I can’t judge – I’m hazy about anything outside Zone 2.)
Strictly speaking And so to Luuuuuurve Week, meaning the set became a nauseating shrine to DIY bargain-basement tackiness. Why? Truly, we may never know. It’s up there with the great mysteries of the age, like what was really in that briefcase in Pulp Fiction.
At the grand finals of the 61st International Championships on October 3, there were new winners, returning champions and a smattering of Strictly stars in the audience.
Two former Burn The Floor dancers Kevin Clifton and Anya Garnis have been named as new professionals on the 11th series of Strictly Come Dancing, making the total number of dancers 15 this year.
One of the many things I never imagined I would find myself doing is taking a Zumba class next to Louis Smith. Right next to him – as in so close I could reach out and touch one of the famous muscles that not only launched a thousand armchair admirers last year, but won him […]
Camilla Dallerup, of “Strictly” fame, is encouraging dance clubs across the UK to help beat breast cancer by taking on a fundraising challenge. Camilla is asking dance groups of all sizes to sign up for Breast Cancer Campaign’s £100 Challenge, which sees clubs raise as much money as possible for vital breast cancer research.