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Week 3 - Training Footage and Pre-Show Nerves

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BBC Eurovision Paul BBC Eurovision Paul | 14:32 UK time, Friday, 15 October 2010

Can you believe it's already the THIRD week of our live shows on Strictly Come Dancing 2010? Doesn't time fly by when you're having fun!

Our celebs and their pro partners have been hard in training all week, as you can see from the Training Video below (plus a glimpse of Tina and Jared's Chicken Pox-cancelled routine!).

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So as the celebs and their partners arrived in TV Centre today (Friday) for final rehearsals, how are they feeling ahead of Saturday's live show? Watch our brand new video below.

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Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    It's quite nice to see their raw training (without the voice overs and tv background music).. and just the sounds of their voices, their feet and the counting! Love it.

    Patsy's and Robins training made me smile, just because of the way they were marking through it, their movements and the music. I don't know, just particularly liked it. And interesting to see Matt counting and not Aliona.

  • Comment number 2.

    on Strickly why is Bruce Forsyth still on the show does he pay you to be on and tell his jokes??? Cos they are rubbish!!! We have to put the mute on everytime he introduces the contestants? I tell you now there are some weeks we do not watch it or miss it because of BRUCE he totally spoils the show it is about time you ditched him or does he own the show?
    Sincerely Beryl c.

  • Comment number 3.

    I love the Saturday night shows, but can't see the point of the Sunday night shows, I love the girlies, but just see the point of the show!! Also If the judges don't chose between the final 2, then this isn't a dance show. I have watched every single year the show has been on, but this year the format isn't quite right-shame. Won't stop me watching Saturdays though.

  • Comment number 4.

    I hope that Ann Widdecombe has better taste than to always CHOOSE to wear such flared
    dressed. I think they look hideous and I really wish the costume department would give her
    something less flared to wear. It's like watching a big jellyfish gliding around the dance floor.

    I also agree with the previous post about Bruce Forsyth. His jokes are really awful and I think it might
    be time to have someone younger presenting (but please, NOT Phillip Schofield who seems to be on
    everything these days).

    I can't understand why the producers got rid of Arlene Phillips who really DID know something about
    dancing and kept Alesha Dixon who thinks that competing in the competition for one season makes
    her an expert !! I usually press the mute button when she's talking

  • Comment number 5.

    I really cannot agree with the comments about Bruce Forsyth,I think he is adorable and long may he reign!

  • Comment number 6.

    Although Ann is overweight for her height and wears her hair grey her skin actually looks younger than Felicity Kendal's - (Fel does look over 60!) and Annes skin is better than Pamela's. Ann is quite attractive - I wonder if anyone else has noticed it? I guess not, looks can be deceiving.

  • Comment number 7.

    Yes Ann is a pretty woman and looks healthier for a couple of weeks exercise.

 

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