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Who'll Win?Strictly Come Dancing
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Strictly Come Dancing is one of the most successful Reality TV Shows on British Television and competing with The X Factor for the coveted Autumn/Winter Saturday Night viewing slot, the BBC stumbled upon a most unlikely format to boost their winter ratings. Song and Dance man Bruce Forsyth as host of the series , having built his reputation in Saturday evening family entertainment also proved to be the perfect choice for the programme.
The first show was broadcast in 2004 and has been growing in popularity ever since, with six stand alone Christmas Specials sitting on the back of the main series and a nightly spin off show It Takes Two airing throughout the week on BBC 2, coverage is extensive throughout the length of the series.
Pairing celebrities from the worlds of Current Affairs, Sport and Theatre, with professional dancers, competitors are challenged in both Ballroom and Latin disciplines. Judged initially by a panel of dance officianados, fates are ultimately decided by the general public, by phone vote.
Strictly now regularly overtakes the X Factor regarding viewing numbers with opinions cast across the red tops and the media, Strictly Live Chat gives you the chance to share in these discussions with other enthusiasts and the other resources on who'll win, past winners, betting odds and news articles by our experienced team gives you a full compendium to revel in the whole Strictly experience. Enjoy!
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The general public has always had an awkward relationship with Judy Murray, but she may have just stepped across a line in the sand. Mother of Wimbledon Doubles Champion Jamie and of course the World Tennis Singles Number One. Judy, must of course, accept some responsibility for the success of her sons. As a tennis coach, she was at hand from the outset to nurture her...
Strictly Come Dancing reached its seasonal conclusion on Saturday night with all the usual glittter, glamour and spectacle, but the standard this year was so high, that there was definitely an extra sprinkling of stardust.
This is Strictly Come Dancing's big weekend. Either Danny Mac, Louise Redknapp or Ore Oduba are about to sail into the sunset with the Glitterball Trophy but the sun is also about to set on another's Strictly career. 72 year old Len Goodman has decided to step down from his role as Head Judge, even though he is a whipper snapper in comparison to the past presenter...
Somewhere in a rehearsal room in the heart of the capital, three celebrities are sweating for hours on end, in the pursuit of perfection and a boost to their careers. All will be relying on Joe and Josephine public to pay for them to have their names inscribed on the Glitterball Trophy by lifting up their phones or activating their text fingers to vote for them on Saturday...
Whilst Matt Terry and Saara Aalto were battling for the X Factor crown Auntie was deciding who would be on this year's Strictly final on BBC 1.