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just good mates " Despite being favourite to waltz off with the glitterball trophy, she admitted learning an extra quickstep routine for yesterday had taken its toll.
Len Goodman isn't impressed when Strictly dancers waltz off with their celeb partners off-screen.
RUMOURS abound that Strictly favourite Jay McGuiness may be about to waltz off with his dance partner Aliona Vilani.
SUSANNA Reid is the clear favourite to waltz off with the Strictly Come Dancing title after dominating the phone voting for a month.
Dec Donnelly, 37, said the BBC dance contest appealed because of the chance to waltz off with a new skill.
28 (ANI): Former England football star Paul Gascoigne is desperate to star in Strictly Come Dancing, and reckons he would waltz off with the title.
FORMER Tory MP Edwina Currie has become the first celebrity to waltz off Strictly Come Dancing.
He also said he will not let it affect his attempt to waltz off with the Strictly Come Dancing trophy on Saturday.
THE new series of Strictly Come Dancing began with a shock as 7-1 shot Martina Hingis became the first celebrity to waltz off the show, writes Phil Agius.
If you're inclined to waltz off into the Celtic twilight with someone truly dear, either of these slow tunes will do.
Waltz off with TV dance stars Anton Du Beke or Arlene Phillips on one of P&O's Strictly Come Dancing-themed cruise itineraries.
Then, no sooner does she change her mind and turn up dressed to the nines, than a lady called Betty - played by veteran actress Tessa Wyatt (left) - is ready to waltz off with him quicker than you can say Strictly Come Romancing.