The magnificent 'Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour' is back and it's packed full of sequins, sparkle and show-stopping moves! Hosted by Kate Thornton and filmed at London's spectacular O2 Arena, don't miss your favourite celebrity and professional dancers as they tango, jive, paso doble and waltz the night away. With the coveted glitter ball trophy once again up for grabs, how will series winner Chris Hollins fare against other celebrity favourites - including Austin Healey, Kelly Brook, Mark Ramprakash, Ali Bastian, and Natalie Cassidy? As they take to the stage alongside their professional partners including; Kristina Rihanoff, James and Ola Jordan, Brian Fortuna, Natalie Lowe and Ian Waite, in brand new breathtaking outfits and daring routines. They will need to impress judges; Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Arlene Philips. Who as always, are ready with quips, banter and razor-sharp observations!
A glamorous reminder of a Strictly Come Dancing year
- Strictly Come Dancing: The Live Tour review by Martin J from Portsmouth
This recording of the Strictly Come Dancing tour from the O2 in London is as glamorous as the BBC show with the main competition elements included. The judges are back including Arlene Phillips and the dancers including Kelly Brook who had not been able to finish her year because of the death of her father when she was taking part. Kate Thornton does a good job of hosting the event and the show has the good humour of the TV version. The outfits are just as glamorous as the dance routines and it is good to catch up with some of the romances caused by the show. The line up is not just the best dancers from the series and it was good they kept a range of talent for the tour. There is also a back stage documentary showing the preparations that go on and getting some show insight before the main event. I would recommend this show to fans of Strictly Come Dancing and people who have seen the live shows as a reminder of a fun night.
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