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Monday 5 November 2012, 13:26

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4 weeks ago we asked you to send in your Strictly re-enactments and what a collection we've had so far! Here are just three that have been featured already...

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How hard has the Strictly bug hit you this year? Why not use It Takes Two as a way for you to let off some dancing steam.

Perhaps you want to recreate Fern's skirt wafting or Michael's attempt at the Jive (nothing more needs to be said). And for you more dancer pros amongst us (not me at all) why not show us how the Salsa roll or New Yorker is performed correctly?

Just send your Strictly re-enactments, no longer than 30 seconds in length, to ittakestwo@bbc.co.uk and you could see yourself on It Takes Two.

Also remember to film your re-enactments landscape with your phone or other recording device so that we can broadcast this on television.

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    Comment number 1.

    How disgusting were the audience last Sunday, by interrupting the amazing Andrea Bocelli. Could they not have had some respect and waited until he had finished singing.

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    Comment number 2.

    Why does that dreadful Winkelman woman have to screech and shout so much? Now Tess and Zoe are copying her by screeching at the end of sentences. It's not only daft, it's annoying.

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    Comment number 3.

    Myself and two other ladies get together at different houses every saturday night score cards at the ready and this year we have gone on better and we have face masks of all of the judges. I do have photo of this if you would like to see and I know the others would love it to appear on it takes two.

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    Comment number 4.

    I absolutely adore Artem - he is an incredible dancer and was overjoyed when he and Kara won the Glitterball together - but have to say I do feel that it's a bit unfair that he didn't wear any costume at all (top half) on Saturday - who is going to be able to compete with his body. I think in future all the men should have to wear at least one item of clothing on their top half! Artem has been working Fern at rehearsals extremely hard must admit to feeling quite sorry for her I must say when he kept shouting out 'One More Time'.

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    Comment number 5.

    Am very pleased to see the call go out for more professional performers. When this was first mooted, I had no idea how the public would react, if indeed they even reacted at all. When I saw the first few, I thought "they are filtering in favour of 'cute'. Nothing wrong with that, the cute performers definitely have a charm of their own. However, it seems to me that the 'strictly re-enacments' offer an excellent 'shop window' for dance schools up and down the country to advertise their wares, should they care to take advantage of it.

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    Comment number 6.

    I totally agree with BP4ever about the audience last Sunday interrupting the amazing Andrea Bocelli. Many friends and I have been on about this for years the BBC
    bring in these guest celebrities to give a break in the dancing and what do you get dancers come on and the cameras follow them.
    Every jump or spin is applauded by people who sit there in their free seats that no one else can get hold of.
    If the dancers were withdrawn then we all could hear our favourites and the BBC should think of the 9 million who are watching it at home not the few hundred in the studio who spoils it every week.

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    Comment number 7.

    If the wonderful Erin ever has to find a new career I think she would make a marvellous ventriloquist!!!

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    Comment number 8.

    Just seen list of dates/places for the Strictly Tour, not one in Wales, you should be ashamed!

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    Comment number 9.

    I so agree with the comment about the crowd making all that row while Andrea Bocelli was singing, but I know that the floor manager would have been out there geeing them up to do it. This is Strictly not X Factor but it's heading that way very fast. Why do the producers panic and think that we the fans want gimicks to make a perfect show better? Sorry but every time they have a "Theme" night the standard of dancing drops because the dancers are trying to play silly parts instead of doing the best dance they can... Not their fault. I only want to see super dancing it's all this great show is about.

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    Comment number 10.

    I am a Salsa teacher so a pro dancer, why why why why why do you refuse to play Latin music for Latin dances? Come to that who makes the weird choices of music for all the dances? Do you think that we fans who love this program so much won't watch if you play real music that inspires the dancers to feel the dance through the music. Kimberly did a great Salsa last week against the odds with totally "not salsa music" but there hasn't been a real Salsa since Karen Hardy and Rampers. This form of dance is happening at hundreds of venues all over this country like no other form of partner dance, I think it's an insult to all my Latin friends that you get people to dance it to the Jackson Five as will happen this week.

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    Comment number 11.

    Sorry Mrs Blossom but Claudia Winkleman can do no wrong, she is so funny. Here's an idea let's have Claudia and Zoe (also very funny unlike Tess) presenting the whole show!!!!

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    Comment number 12.

    Love the Tees/Gloria line up. Much better than that old 'has been' Brucie. Now that he has got his knighthood (which demeans the whole thing) can he not just ride off into the sunset PLEASE.

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    Comment number 13.

    Agree Pamplin, surely a Viennese Waltz should have a classical Viennese tune, and the Pase Doble some Spanish music etc. etc. This is the music that inspired the dance. (p.s. please excuse any spelling mistakes)

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    Comment number 14.

    How can BBC put Claudia to present STICKLY in that dress ! She did'nt even made an effort to dress up.To me she riuned the glamour of the night. PLEASE,PLEASE don't ever put her on again.

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    Comment number 15.

    Bruce should give it up well past sell by date stuped so called jokes much better this week without
    him Hope he is off for a few weeks or off show for good

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    Comment number 16.

    Superb job by the two ladies, clearly time to pension off Bruce. It was wonderful to enjoy the show in realtime usually I record the show and fast forward to avoid the cringe making comments from Bruce. Enough is enough Bruce, time to move over and let someone younger take the reins be remembered for the great entertainer you were and not the parody you have become.

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    Comment number 17.

    Just watched the show all over again and have to say it really was a brilliant night. I really don't want to be mean to dear old Bruce but have to say it was better without him. The judges had much more time without him holding up proceedings with his asides and bits of business that really do not add to the show. We still had the comedy from Bruno and Len but it was related to the dancing they were judging so worked so much better rather than Bruce just holding everyyhing up and then telling us that we we can only hear from two judges because time is short. Saturday night we had plenty of time to hear from all four judges which was great. We can argue about who should present the show - I'm sure everyone will have their own opinion - personally I don't think the BBC could do better than Tess and Claudia - they compliment each other very well.

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    Comment number 18.

    There have been a lot of comments about Claudia's appearance: I think it's part of her quirky charm and I like the way she looks; it suits her personality that she has her own image, so fair play to her - t'wouldn't do if everyone was the same and there is such a wide choice of other frocks to pick from that there is sure to be something for everyone.

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    Comment number 19.

    Zoe got very excited on It Takes Two. She kept butting in and making comments. I wish she would chill out a bit and give the others a chance. I like her but is she drinking too much coffee? Or does she get too excited?

 

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