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Strictly Come Dancing has arrived in Blackpool – here's what to anticipate for tonight's episode

Not sure if anyone’s described it, but Totally leads to Blackpool a couple weeks ago. While Kate Silverton announced she would be diving in the sea upon appearance (if you believe that, you’ll believe anything), the performers are more thrilled to revealed on the big jumped oasis of the Structure Ball room.

The area tends to small the partners so anticipate support performers, items and various types of ‘faffing around’ (we skip you, Len), which either contributes to the scene or discounts the particular dancing, depending on your perspective. And on standby for many, many refers to of Blackpool being the ‘home’ of ballroom dancing, a veritable forehead for performers, where where Kevin Clifton and AJ Pritchard won their headings etc. This display is always ideal for consuming activities.


Away from the clichés, we’re at the level in competitors where we can anticipate some amazing dancing. With an ideal 40 still up for holds, there’s actual motivation for the partners allow it some welly.
Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice guarantee a intense paso doble, Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev are likely to succeed with an modern jive and the most judges will certainly coo over Stacey Dooley’s salsa-based respect to Eurovision King Gina G.

Joe Sugg, who is pleased to be getting his nan with him to Blackpool (she danced there in her twenties), will be at the same time quickstepping and enjoying a strolling violin, the type caved the video, Big. Could be fun!

Dance-off experts Charles Venn and Graeme Swann will really need to thrill if they’re going to prevent the end two recently. It’s Graeme’s convert to take on a couple’s option variety, and he’ll be waving those the jazz music arms for a theatrical schedule, while Charles is ‘bringing the celebration to Blackpool’ with a samba to La Bamba (I’m so thrilled, I’m rhyming…).

Aficionados will know that Blackpool always provides up a show-stopping team variety too. Seriously, if you think Totally appropriate is camping and sparkly, hold back until you see this. It’s even fronted by Gloria Estefan, performing a medley of her biggest strikes. This, my buddies, is what Nov End each 7 days evenings were designed for.