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Strictly Come Dancing | Quarter Finals Results

December 8, 2013

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Ashley and Ola take their final dance Ola Jordan, Ashley Taylor Dawson - (C) BBC - Photographer: Guy Levy

Strictly Come Dancing | Quarter Finals Results Ashley Taylor Dawson becomes the tenth celebrity to leave the Strictly dance floor  With only two weeks until the grand final and the Strictly trophy in sight, hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman welcomed the remaining six couples onto the Strictly dance floor for another chance to impress judges Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig […]

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Strictly Come Dancing | The Quarter Finals

December 7, 2013

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L - R Natalie Gumede, Artem Chigvinstev - (C) BBC - Photographer: Guy Levy

Strictly Come Dancing | The Quarter Finals This week, in the quarter finals, the Swing-a-thon returns to sort the wheat from the chaff. Tonight’s Strictly Details are : Ashley and Ola Salsa to Gloria Estefan’s party tune ‘Conga’. Patrick and Anya Rumba to ‘When I Was Your Man’ by Bruno Mars. Abbey and Aljaz perform a Viennese […]

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Strictly Come Dancing week 9 results

November 27, 2011

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Strictly Come Dancing week 9 – the results Last night saw the celebrities trying to raise their game as the competition speeds towards the final.  It wasn’t entirely successful.  Harry and Aliona danced a great Quickstep but Holly and Artem struggled with Holly’s innate reticence which is gradually impeding her chances of reaching the final […]

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Strictly Come Dancing week 9

November 26, 2011

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Strictly Come Dancing week 9 It seems to be taking forever and a day for this series of Strictly to lift-off. The vastness of Wembley last week served only to highlight the yawning gap between the quality of this series and some of those from earlier years at this stage in the competition.  Bigger is not necessarily […]

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