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Strictly blow as lovers Kai and Nadiya snub the professional dancers tour to do their own one
STRICTLY Come Dancing fans have a big decision to make - as real-life pro couple Kai Widdrington and Nadiya Bychkova swerve the official tour for their own show.  Both theatre tours hit the road next year, with Kai and Nadiya making the most of their fairytale romance with an 11-date titled Once Upon A Time from late March until the beginning of May.  However, this is a direct clash with rehearsals and initial performances of the official Strictly Come Dancing: The Professionals tour, which starts at Hull Bonus arena on May 2nd.  It will continue to cover the whole of the UK, including a three-day stint at the London Palladium, before finishing at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena on May 30th.  As a result, they won’t be able to make it, proving a knock for both fans and the show itself, seeing as they are two of Strictly’s most prominent professional dancers.  Dianne Buswell, Vito Coppola, Carlos Gu, Karen Hauer, Neil Jones, Nikita Kuzmin, Gorka Marquez, Luba Mushtuk, Jowita Przystal and Nancy Xu have all been confirmed to perform in the upcoming 31-date official show.  Nadiya and Kai went public with their romance earlier this year, following Nadiya’s split from footballer fianceé ​Matija Škarabot ​in 2021.  When taking part in the Strictly tour last year, Kai was first spotted comforting her. After initially keeping their relationship a secret, they are now regular faces on red carpets including the Black Adam premiere in September, and frequently jet off on romantic holidays together.
Karen Hauer - Fleur East - Tony Adams - Jayde Adams - Molly Rainford - Vito Coppola - Strictly evictee Jayde Adams warns the public 'don't be idiots' over Fleur East - express - Britain
Strictly evictee Jayde Adams warns the public 'don't be idiots' over Fleur East
Twitter on Monday following her elimination on Sunday to issue Strictly Come Dancing viewers a warning. In view of her 48,000 followers, the comedian told voters at home not to be “idiots” and allow Fleur and her dance partner Vito Coppola to get to the final.She issued the warning as she retweeted a post by Fleur, which featured a backstage picture of the pair as she bid farewell to her friend.Fleur penned: ‘Was gutted to see my girls Molly & Jayde in the dance off and so sad to see Jayde go! What a powerful, intelligent and beautiful soul.“Glad I had the pleasure to meet her and cannot wait to see what she does next! Such a force! #bbcstrictly” (sic)In her retweet, Jayde responded: “Fleur and my gorgeous Vito for the final please.“Don’t be idiots #Strictly,” the actress sternly concluded.The impassioned plea comes after Jayde was voted out of Strictly Come Dancing this week after landing in the dance-off against Molly Rainford.Following her exit, Jayde took to her Twitter account to address her departure from the show, as she hit back at criticism from trolls surrounding her place in the contest.Sharing a picture of her dance this week with Karen Hauer, Jayde wrote in view of her 47,400 followers: "Don’t worry about me babes."Ya girls booked & blessed; ITV2 show Ruby Speaking, #AlmasNotNormal s2, UK tour, Take That film.
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Strictly stars 'very ill' backstage with one dancer 'out for the count' in show chaos
Strictly Come Dancing hopeful Fleur East, 34, said she only got one rehearsal out of her dance partner Vito Coppola after he was "out for the count" last week.The professional dancer was just one of many struck down with an illness leaving those suffering worried about performing.Speaking on Hits Radio, the presenter said: "There were a few mentions on Saturday night, but it was a tough week for a lot of people in the competition."Hamza [Yassin] was very, very sick, so was Will [Mellor] and so was Kym [Marsh] and we didn't say anything on Saturday but Vito was really ill last week too."She added: "I got one full day of rehearsal with him.""Everyone was getting the flu, so, he was out for the count and in bed – he didn't move for two days."Lewis Hamilton confesses ‘I feel so alone’ after reflecting on splitWith Vito being ill, the former X Factor star said she had to learn the routine with a different dancer which threw her off."As soon as Vito did make it to rehearsals, he was a different height, had a different stance – it was like a brand-new routine I had to learn," she explained.Fleur added she only got six hours to dance with Vito before the production rehearsal on Friday.She went on to say the pair were determined to pull it together more than ever after being in the previous week's dance-off.Thankfully for her and Vito, they avoided the bottom two and sailed through to week five after their impressive Argentine Tango routine. Unfortunately for Kym, she found herself fighting for her place on the show with dance partner Graziano Di Prima.On Saturday night, the dancing duo performed a Samba to Volare by Gipsy Kings.Despite praise for their efforts, they battled it out in the dance-off against Matt Goss and Nadiya
Gemma Atkinson - Luba Mushtuk - Vito Coppola - Rose Ayling-Ellis branded ‘hottest’ as she cosies up to Strictly pro in teeny bikini - - county Atkinson
Rose Ayling-Ellis branded ‘hottest’ as she cosies up to Strictly pro in teeny bikini
Strictly Come Dancing star Rose Ayling-Ellis sent temperatures soaring as she cosied up to a co-star from the BBC One dancing show in a teeny bikini.Rose opted for a scarlet two-piece as she sipped green tea with her toned tummy and shoulders on full display.Rose could be seen clutching what looked to be a sweet pastry covered in icing sugar as she covered her modesty with a towel bundled over her bare legs. READ MORE: Gemma Atkinson in wardrobe malfunction as she spills out of towel with Strictly fiancé Adding a khaki felt hat, Rose beamed at the camera with her cup in hand, securing her mouse brown hair into sleek braids at either side of her head as she went for a natural make-up look.Rose cuddled up close to professional dancer Luba Mushtuk in the sweet snap, who sported a matching hat and black bikini as the pair enjoyed drinks at Banya London bath house.Luba had her blonde hair tucked to one side as she enjoyed a matching drink with Rose as the pair relaxed in the sauna together.Captioning the snap on Instagram, Luba wrote: “Back to our favourite place”According to Hello!, the duo opted for the Parenie Ritual treatment, which sees clients spend time in a private steam room, with an attendant – dubbed a banshchik – will toss water over the stove for the “optimum temperature and humidity”.The spa’s website adds: “He [the banshchik] will then use supple, soaked leaf veniks to capture the steam, driving it onto and massaging your body.”Rose and Luba’s fans were quick to hop into the comments section to praise the gals, with one branding them “hotties”.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.Their Strictly co-star Vito Coppola added a
Craig Revel Horwood - Tess Daly - Motsi Mabuse - Vito Coppola - Strictly studio in chaos after Motsi Mabuse breaks chair as she 'loses control' - - Argentina
Strictly studio in chaos after Motsi Mabuse breaks chair as she 'loses control'
Motsi Mabuse wreaked havoc in the Strictly Come Dancing studio when she accidentally broke her chair in two.She wreaked havoc on the chair after Fleur East performed her steamy Argentine Tango routine with show pro Vito Coppola during Saturday night's live show (October 15).Motsi got so excited by the saucy dance that she accidentally snapped her chair and later claimed she needed to "control" herself.READ MORE: Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse leaves co-star upset as she forgets his name The hilarious incident came during the judges' feedback, which saw Fleur receive a ton of praise from the judges.Famously strict judge Craig Revel Horwood announced: "That dance is the one to beat," which prompted a roaring cheer from the audience.When host Tess Daly turned to Motsi for her feedback, it was clear the dancing pro was over the moon with Fleur's dancing chops.Motsi replied: "Wow, wow, wow!" before leaping out of her chair and towards the table, but when she lunged forward her chair fell back onto the floor.Craig rushed to pick it up for her and couldn't help laughing when he reaised the chair had been broken in two.Tess declared: "The chair's broken!" and Motsi was left in stitches at her epic blunder as she sat back down in the damaged chair.Tess added: "She has a cushion now - thank you, Craig!" before joking: "She's overwhelmed, safe to say."Motsi agreed: "Yes, I have to control myself" but admitted she couldn't and heaped praise on Fleur and Vito for their routine.Strictly fans couldn't help joking about Motsi's chair gaffe on Twitter during the episode.One quipped: "An Argentine tango SO good it broke Motsi's chair...
Shirley Ballas - Fleur East - Richie Anderson - Vito Coppola - Shirley Ballas posts cryptic message on 'loyalty' as Strictly fans call for her to be axed - express
Shirley Ballas posts cryptic message on 'loyalty' as Strictly fans call for her to be axed
Shirley Ballas has been blasted by fans - who claimed the Strictly Come Dancing judge is "sexist".The dance veteran has been accused of preferring male celebrity dancers to women on the hit BBC One show.Fans took to Twitter and slammed the head judge after Sunday night's show during which Shirley, 62, was accused of backing a male contestant over a female.Singer Fleur East, 34, and pro partner Vito Coppola, 30, survived the dance off, but Shirley said she would have booted them out in favour of Radio 2’s Richie Anderson, 34, who performed a Samba dressed as a meerkat alongside Giovanni Pernice.Viewers raged on social media, accusing the head judge of bias, and called for her to be axed from the programme.Shirley has since taken to Instagram and shared a cryptic message following the backlash.Taking to her stories, the quote read: "Some people aren't loyal to you, they are loyal to their need of you. Once their need changes, so does their loyalty."Her message comes after Strictly viewers took to Twitter and called for Shirley to be axed following some of her feedback about some of the celebrities taking part in the show.Social media user, Lizzie Man fumed: "Shirley Ballas should be removed from the panel, she’s setting a bad example, she cannot celebrate the young, female celebrities.
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Strictly fans slam Shirley Ballas as she chooses to eliminate 'skilled' Fleur East
Strictly Come Dancing fans were unimpressed as Shirley Ballas said she would have sent Fleur East packing after the latest dance-off.The TV star, 62, came under fire after Sunday's instalment of the BBC ballroom contest, which saw her back Richie Anderson over Fleur.Singer Fleur and presenter Richie had both ended up in the dreaded dance-off after their performances, and were left facing the boot.READ MORE: Dan Walker makes cheeky jibe at fan after rushing to defend BBC's Strictly Judges Craig Revel Horwood, Anton Du Beke and Motsi Mabuse all chose to save Fleur and her pro partner Vito Coppola, so Richie was eliminated. But head judge Shirley said that she would have sent Fleur packing."Well with the two couples the public put in the bottom two I would have saved Richie," she said.Many viewers flocked to Twitter to share their outrage over Shirley's comment."Shirley would have kicked out Fleur? Whaaaaat?" said one.Another posted: "I have never used this site before but like many others I cannot believe that Shirley would have not saved Fleur! Unbelievable!""Shirley would rather have saved the men darting around in animal costumes than the technically skilled and beautiful dancer Fleur?" asked another incredulous viewer."I love Shirley but surely not," said someone else."Can't believe Shirley was planning to save Richie over Fleur," said another.