Week 3 - You got questions?

Monday 22 October 2012, 12:58

BBC Strictly Gemma BBC Strictly Gemma Online team

It's Monday morning and we're back after a weekend of drama and tension that would rival any Oscar winning Hollywood blockbuster. Watch Strictly in 60 seconds to catch up on what we're talking about

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This week we'll have all 12 couples on the It Takes Two sofa at some point so if you have any questions or comments about rehearsals, their performances or even as random as finding out their favourite ice cream flavour, then leave it below it might be included in the show. 

 

Karen and Ian will obviously be in the studio for their look at the couples choreography and routines. If you have any burning questions for this dancing powerhouse duo then get involved!

 

We'll also have the return of our Friday Panel and as soon as I can release the names, I'll make sure you're the first to know! If you have any questions or comments for them then leave them below and we might include those in the show as well.

 

As ever, don't forget to leave your name and location.

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    Comment number 1.

    I feel sorry for Anton. He's a great dancer but hasn't had a decent/young partner since Patsy in season three. Why do they keep giving him the old/'comedy' partners (Ann Widdicome, Nancy Dell'Olio, Esther Ransome to name and shame the worst of a pretty bad lot). He's such a lovely man and is so gracious with all of his partners and obviously makes them feel a million dollars, but he's a competitive dancer so surely he'd want a good partner occasionally? I agree with others that he'd be a great host, but believe he still has more to give as a dancer too.

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    Comment number 2.

    The final dance on Saturday (from Dirty Dancing ) was a Mambo - not a Salsa!
    and very good it was too! By the way Len you dont find much Salsa in Jamaca- it comes from the Latino ( of Spanish origin) countries! Try Cuba !

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    Comment number 3.

    The orchestra do a brilliant job week in, week out, and without them the show couldn't happen. But how do they prepare for the shows each week? When do they know which songs they need to prepare for? How do they rehearse? How much rehearsal do they do and where? How do they manage to sound so much like the original songs? Etc, etc. To my knowledge I can't ever remember seeing this on It Takes Two. Maybe you could cover a typical week in the life of the orchestra?

    I would love to see this on the show at some stage please, please, please...

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    Comment number 4.

    I note that Jerry the graduate did not graduate.

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    Comment number 5.

    I'd just like to make sure Victoria knows she's amazing and loads of people support Team KiwiGB! I can't wait for them to dance every single week, she just needs to really believe in herself! GO QUEEN VIC!

 

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