Bussell


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Bussell

(ˈbʌsəl)
n
(Biography) Darcey (Andrea). born 1969, British ballet dancer, principal ballerina with the Royal Ballet (1989–2006)
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Now Ms Bussell is back on the box to offer more insights into tripping the light fantastic.
Ballet legend Dame Margot Fonteyn would no doubt be delighted to see dance dominating the TV schedules and her modern equivalent, Darcey Bussell, an international star.
BEATLES drummer Ringo Starr and former Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg have been knighted - while Strictly Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell is made a dame.
45pm STRICTLY judge and ballerina Darcey Bussell, pictured, is a charming host as she explores the dancing legend that is Fred Astaire.
Alexandra Burke, 29, was joined by boyfriend Josh, while judge Darcey Bussell, 48, and Mollie King, 30, also looked ready to let off steam after Saturday's final.
After losing a dance-off with chef Simon Rimmer, Brian, 56, labelled judge Darcey Bussell "horny" as he exited the show last night.
Transport Minister Dean Nalder today opened the Bussell Highway Vasse Bypass, 10 kilometres west of Busselton, saying the project would improve road user safety and add impetus to the Newtown development project.
STRICTLY judge Darcey Bussell wants to revive Britain's dance halls - and hopes fellow panellist Len Goodman will help to launch her crusade.
It was then that Tierra Gray shared her story, the one that prompted Officer Bussell to perform several acts of kindness.
STRICTLY Come Dancing judge Darcey Bussell has admitted trying to blag free designer clothes for the hit show.
STRICTLY judge Darcey Bussell (above) has said the show's legions of fans should not read too much into stars getting up-close and personal with their professional partners during the dances.
Judges Darcey Bussell and Bruno Tonioli gave the actor a standing ovation, with Tonioli telling him: "Hips don't lie.