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Scots Dancing on Ice queen Angela Egan reckons skating partner Bez will surprise everyone

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Scottish queen of the ice Angela Egan reckons Bez will surprise everyone on Dancing on Ice – if she can keep him focused.The freaky dancer in Happy Mondays, aka Mark Berry, 57, is the celeb everyone is talking about before they hit the ice on Sunday.Famous for shaking his maracas and partying, he can’t remember much of the 90s.And now Greenock-born pro skater Angela has been tasked with getting Bez on the ice and staying upright.But if anyone can it’s Angela, who won on her first year on the show last year with Sonny Jay.She said: “When they told me I’d be skating with him I was star-struck, excited and a little bit nervous.

I know what his character is like so I thought ‘what am I walking into here?’ “Is it going to be mad?“But he’s a hard worker and is going to surprise everyone.

He has moments of greatness and moments of none whatsoever. It’ll be pot luck.“I’m trying to keep focused for Bez because I know he likes to be unfocused.

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