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Strictly Come Dancing


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New series 1/10.
With a swish of the petticoat and a touch of the tuxedo, it's time to set the nation's toes a-tapping once more. Teaming up with dance professionals are the contestants: chef James Martin, presenters Zoe Ball and Gloria Hunniford, actresses Patsy Palmer, Jaye Jacobs and Siobhan Hayes, newsreader Bill Turnbull, athlete Colin Jackson, GMTV's Fiona Phillips, Casualty heart-throb Will Thorp, snooker favourite Dennis Taylor and, swapping pace for pasa doble, cricket star Darren Gough.
Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly host the live competition. You can help choose who's for the chop (tonight's loser is announced at 9.25pm), and there are weeknight updates starting 6.30pm Monday on BBC2.
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Zoe Ball's moves: page 8


Contestant: James Martin
Contestant: Zoe Ball
Contestant: Gloria Hunniford
Contestant: Patsy Palmer
Contestant: Jaye Jacobs
Contestant: Siobhan Hayes
Contestant: Bill Turnbull
Contestant: Colin Jackson
Contestant: Fiona Phillips
Contestant: Will Thorp
Contestant: Dennis Taylor
Contestant: Darren Gough
Presenter: Bruce Forsyth
Presenter: Tess Daly
Director: Alex Rudzinski
Producer: Karen Smith

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