Strictly's Fleur East explains why she's 'worried' about the next dance
'We're doing it in front of the queen of rumba!'
is"worried" about performing the rumba on Saturday's (November 26) show.Chorley hotel The Plaza Best Western strikes deal with Government to house asylum seekers It’s a long one for the audience too (understatement) who are asked to come and queue from the morning and advised, if you are not early, you may not get in at all and to eat a big meal beforehand.quoting 1523 22/11.Methley Primary School during September this year, where inspectors found pupils taking up roles as “value ambassadors”, while parents commended its “nurturing” environment.
Speaking to the , the former X Factor star said that it's hard to get away with any mistakes due to the"slow and controlled" nature of the dance.When asked whether she was worried about performing the rumba with professional partner Vito Coppola this weekend, Fleur said:"I'm always worried because there's so many different technical elements to each dance and they're very specific as well.And once in that’s it.Guy Levy BBC "This dance has so many details and because it's a rumba, it's slow and controlled so you can see every part of it as well, so you can't really get away with anything.Sorry, there seem to be some issues." "It's very technical," she added.VIPs and crew were luckier, some had ordered in pizzas between the show recordings."A lot of footwork, a lot of toes, a lot of ankle situations.They know adults in school who they can talk to who will help them with their worries.
And we're doing it in front of the queen of rumba, so no pressure!" Fleur and Vito are set to perform the rumba to the Sugababes 2003 hit 'Too Lost In You'.And no-one cared...
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