Today, just a few moments ago a another great video called Strictly 2020 line-up: Pop star HRVY joins this year’s contestants was posted in the channel: World Teach
As published in the youtube page by World Teach: The 21-year-old, whose real name is Harvey Leigh Cantwell, has more than a billion combined streams to his name.\n\nThe 2020 series will begin in October but will be shorter than usual, and judge Bruno Tonioli will have a reduced role amid coronavirus restrictions.\n\nHRVY was revealed as a contestant on the Kiss breakfast show and said he was \”so thankful to be taking part\”.\n\nThe singer has a social media following of more than 10 million and performed at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Middlesbrough last year.\n\nHe rose to fame after uploading his music videos to Facebook. He has since sold out UK and European tours and his debut album will be out later this year.\n\n\”Being on Strictly is going to be such an amazing experience and I’m so thankful to be taking part this year,\” he said.\n\n\”I think my mum is more excited that she’ll be able to see me every Saturday night now!\”\n\nThe BBC has confirmed that the dancers will be staying in a hotel for two weeks ahead of pre-recording all the the group dances, and that the contestants will be able to rehearse, perform and go home to their family each night – following government guidelines.\n\nThe contestants so far…\n\nThis story will be updated as new contestants are unveiled\n\nMaisie Smith is an actress and singer is best known for playing Tiffany Butcher-Baker in EastEnders.\n\n\”Get me in those sequins,\” she said, reacting to the news of her announcement.\n\n\”I can’t wait to dive into the Strictly fancy dress box this winter!\”\n\nBefore storming into Albert Square as Bianca’s daughter, Tiffany, Smith made her acting debut in the 2008 film, The Other Boleyn Girl – alongside Scarlett Johansson and Eddie Redmayne.\n\nHer role in the long-running BBC soap saw her scoop the award for best dramatic performance from a young actress, at the 2009 British Soap Awards.\n\nJamie Laing returns to the show this year, after having to pull out of last year’s series before it began due to an injury.\n\nHe became a household name in 2011 on the Channel 4 reality show, Made in Chelsea, and this year launched his own podcast, 6 Degrees from Jamie and Spencer, alongside Spencer Matthews.\n\nHe also founded the sweets brand, Candy Kittens, in 2012.\n\n\”Here we go again, hopefully this time I can last long enough so my mum can see me dance,\” said Laing.\n\nHe added: \”The reason I’m doing it, is to make my mum proud but all I did last year was make her even more disappointed. Let’s change that this year, can’t wait!!\”\n\nJJ Chalmers’ career as a Royal Marine Commando was cut short after he suffered life-changing injuries following an IED explosion in Afghanistan.\n\nThe blast crushed an eye socket, burst his eardrums, destroyed his right elbow, blew off two fingers on his left hand and left holes in his legs.\n\nAfter years of rehabilitation, including more than 30 operations, he went on to compete in the 2014 Invictus Games where he captained the Trike Cycling team and took home three medals.\n\nHe later embarked on a career in broadcasting, presenting coverage of the Rio Paralympics and anchoring BBC One’s coverage of the Invictus Games.\n\nComparing Strictly to his military experience, he told ITV’s Lorraine: \”I’m always looking for a challenge, I’m always looking to push myself outside of my comfort zone.\”\n\nDespite his injuries, Chalmers said he wanted to be treated like \”any other contestant\” and didn’t want any \”special treatment\”.\n\n\”Whoever I partner with they’ve got their work cut out,\” he added.\n\nBill Bailey is an comedian, actor and musician is known for appearances on TV shows like QI, Black Books and Never Mind the Buzzcocks.\n\n\”In these strange times we’re living through, it feels right to do something different and take on a new challenge,\” he said in a statement.\n\n\”I haven’t been to stage school and learnt to dance. I haven’t lived for the dance… I’m not really Lord of the Dance. I’m caretaker of the dance,\” he joked. \”It’s going to be quite a challenge but then that’s what this is about, taking on a new skill.\”\n\nBailey, 55, made his name on the stand-up circuit before becoming a regular panel show guest, TV and film actor, documentary presenter, and host of the BBC sketch show Is It Bill Bailey?\n\nHe is also a classically-trained musician and has published a guide to British birds. On Wednesday, in a review of his first live gig for six months, The Daily Telegraph said he \”remains one of the funniest, most brilliantly original comedians in the UK\”.\n\nClara Amfo, who hosts BBC Radio 1’s late morning slot, aid she \”couldn’t wait to fully embrace\” the experience of Strictly.\n\nIn recent years, Amfo has presented coverage of Glastonbury, the Brit Awards, Radio 1’s Big Weekend, the Bafta TV Awards and The Proms.\n\n\”As we know this year has been a real challenge and escapism through dancing is something I know we all enjoy,\” she said.\n\n\”So to be taught by a pro and live a fantasy is something that I can’t wait to fully embrace, see you on the dancefloor!\”\n\nRanvir Singh is Good Morning Britain’s political editor.
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