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Arlene Phillips 08 Nov 2006
Arlene Phillips
The women who’s helping to make Saturday nights sexier, Arlene Phillips, who is one of the judges on BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing, tells Jenni how she feels about being dubbed “The Queen of Mean” - she likened Fiona Phillips on the dance floor to ‘a floundering fish'. She also talks about the demands of choreographing sexy dance groups like Hot Gossip and musicals such as The Sound of Music, and explains why she feels so passionate about her latest project, which is encouraging children to dance.

'Strictly Come Dancing Saturday', 5.45pm and 9.25pm on BBC One. Highlights - Sunday, 7pm on BBC Two. 'It Takes Two' - Monday-Friday at 6.30pm on BBC Two.

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