waltz off

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BY KELLY ALLEN STRICTLY winner Stacey Dooley says she'd like to waltz off to the States.
He is a southerner who can waltz off shopping in Oxford Street at the House of Fraser there while we all are deprived.
And they'll only waltz off with more if they survive six weeks.
Dec Donnelly, 37, said the BBC dance contest appealed because of the chance to waltz off with a new skill.
London, Oct.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.
In any other year; "Enron" would waltz off with every available play award.
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.
WALTZ OFF: Christine Bleakley with dance partner Matthew Cutler, left; JUST NOT FUNNY: Jonathan Ross and Russell Brand, far right were voted two of the worst comedians; COWELL LIFT: X Factor's Ruth Lorenzo, right, enjoyed flirting while Britney Spears, left, pulled in viewers; SAD TO GO: TV presenter Esther Rantzen, left, was sorry to be voted off I'm A Celebrity
WHO is going to waltz off with the impressive prize of pounds 50,000 and a contract with a professional dance company?