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Strictly Come Dancersize DVD

Strictly Come Dancersize New Christmas DVD

What a great Xmas gift idea: Strictly Come Dancersize the new DVD available to order now.

Strictly Come Dancersize takes you through 5 energetic Strictly Come Dancersize dance routines bound to keep you nice and trim in the run up to Christmas.

Karen Hardy and Erin Boag, the stars of BBC 1's Strictly Come Dancing, bring you the ultimate dance based fitness DVD. Strictly Come Dancing has created dance fever all over the country and now it is possible to re-create the steps at home whilst keeping fit.

Erin Boag and Karen Hardy take you through 5 Strictly Come Dancersize energetic dances: the Salsa, Jive, Quick Step Samba and the Cha Cha. Each dance routine targets a different body zone and delivers a rewarding workout. Karen and Erin's warm up and cool down routines also make sure you get the benefits of your workout without the pain.

This exciting Strictly Come Dancersize fitness programme features music to move to including tracks from Elton John, Toploader and the Black-eyed Peas. Karen's and Erin's custom made costumes, the stunning set design and easy to learn routines make Strictly Come Dancersize a pleasure to watch and follow.

Strictly Come Dancersize Release Date

3 December 2007

This product will be supplied by WMS Jersey

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Strictly Come Dancing

Strictly Come Dancing is a British television show, featuring celebrities with professional dance partners competing in Ballroom and Latin dances. The title of the show suggests a continuation of the long-running series Come Dancing, with allusions to the film Strictly Ballroom.

The show has run on BBC One since 2004. A fourth series finished in December 2006, and there have been three stand-alone Christmas Specials, in 2004, 2005 and 2006. Series four was also shown as part of the BBC's line-up on their trial High Definition channel, BBC HD.

The format has been exported to other countries (see Dancing with the Stars). The final of the fourth series in December 2006 attracted an audience of over 12 million viewers, making it the highest watched show on TV for that week. The format has also inspired a modern-dance themed spin-off Strictly Dance Fever.

Strictly Come Dancing is going on tour at the beginning of 2008 for the first time.

The show pairs a number of celebrities with professional ballroom dancers who each week compete against each other in a competition to impress a panel of judges and the viewing public in order to survive potential elimination. Through a telephone poll, viewers vote who should stay and who should go, the results of the poll being combined with the ranking of the panel of judges. For example, with 4 contestants left, the judges' favourite would receive 4 points, 2nd favourite 3, and so on, and similarly with the viewers' rankings. The profits from the telephone lines were donated to Sport Relief in series 1, and to Children in Need in series 2, 3 and 4.

The show is broadcast live on BBC One on Saturday evenings, and it is presented by Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly. (For some of the second series, Natasha Kaplinsky stood in temporarily for Tess Daly while the latter took maternity leave). The judging panel consists of Bruno Tonioli, Arlene Phillips, Len Goodman and Craig Revel Horwood. Each judge gives the performance a mark out of ten, giving an overall total out of forty. The voice-over announcer is Alan Dedicoat.

A companion fanzine programme (running each weekday, with updates on the dancers) accompanies the main show. During the first series, Strictly Come Dancing on Three ran on BBC Three, hosted by Justin Lee Collins. From the second series onwards, Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two has run on BBC Two, hosted by Claudia Winkleman. Controversially, BBC Two Scotland airs the programme on four nights only, running locally-produced Gaelic-language programming on Thursdays instead.

During series four, an hour long highlight show was shown on Sundays at 7pm on BBC Two.

As of Series four, coaches are Jaclyn Spencer and Chris Marques for Salsa and Mambo, and Jenny Thomas and Ryan Francois for Swing and Jive. The Argentine Tango coaches in Series three were Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone, both of whom have subsequently competed in the show.

The BBC television singing talent competition Just the Two of Us copied the format of Strictly Come Dancing. Splash (a UK production company) and the EBU created the Eurovision Dance Contest transmitted on the BBC and in other countries in 2007. This is not part of the Strictly Come Dancing format because it is instead modelled on the Eurovision Song Contest, but with dancing instead of singing.

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