STRICTLY Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood has added fuel to an ongoing ‘fix row’ after confirming that Kym Marsh has dance experience.
Em uma entrevista com Melhor revista, Craig gave his opinions on this year’s celebrity contestants.
“Kym Marsh has danced before and I think she’ll fit in well,” ele disse.
Kym, 46, found fame in 2001 when she won a place in pop band Hear’Say on TV show Popstars.
She wowed the judges with her singing voice and has since revealed she had dance lessons as a child, também.
Falando para Great British Life, Kym admitted last month: “I loved performing from a really young age. I was at dance school from the age of four but my parents didn’t realise I could sing until I was 10 years old.”
She also confessed that Popstar producers had specifically asked that auditionees had to be able to “sing and dance”.
Kym added: “My mum put me forward for Popstars.
“She had been watching the local news programme where they were asking for people to apply.
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“All we knew was they were looking for people from the ages of 18-24 who could sing and dance.”
Contudo, no início desta semana Kym hit back at criticism about her dance experience.
Ela disse novo! revista: “We’re talking 20 years ago faffing about on stage in Hear’Say.
“It’s a whole different thing, and even if that did count as experience in dance, this is ballroom.
Kym added: “I’ve got all the posture and grace of a Quaver.”
enquanto isso, this weekend’s Strictly Come Dancing launch show has been postponed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
The new series of the BBC competition was originally due to begin on Saturday evening – but will now air almost a week later than planned.
Eu obviamente pensei sobre isso, mas eu tinha um trabalho a fazer.”
O Estritamente launch has now been moved to the following Friday night (setembro 23) at 7pm, with the second episode – the first live show of the season – airing a day later on Saturday.