Strictly Come Dancing candidate thinks curse could actually be a blessing

Strictly Come Dancing candidate thinks curse could actually be a blessing

Before making their debut, a Strictly Come Dancing candidate thinks that the infamous curse of the programme could actually be a blessing.

The return of Britain’s favourite show, complete with weeks of outstanding routines, sparkling attire, and of course the yearly romance rumours, is rapidly approaching.

Multiple couples have been made and broken on the show, a phenomenon that has come to be known as the “Strictly curse.”

Nikita Kanda, a participant on this season of Strictly, has admitted she isn’t at all concerned about the dreaded curse and even thinks it might be a benefit.

The dance floor has caused over 14 relationship breakups throughout the course of the show’s 20 seasons, in addition to numerous happy love tales and even several Strictly babies.

The BBC radio DJ was asked by The Sun on Saturday if the curse would turn out to be a blessing, and she said, “Hopefully, yeah!” The star’s top priority, however, is undoubtedly dominating the dance floor.’

But that’s not in my thinking because I am so focused on enjoying the event and I want to get started and learn the dances,’ she explained.

I’m totally unmarried.

I’m only focused on my work right now, which includes my breakfast show and Strictly.

Because of her responsibilities to her breakfast programme on BBC Radio’s Asian Network, which requires her to wake up at 4:30 every morning, Nikita confessed she has been single for about seven years.

As she explained: “I am basically double-shifting, so it is going to take up a lot of my time.”

The singer isn’t stopping radio for Strictly. I won’t have time to do anything else at this moment.

I am content to remain unmarried and say so.

The Strictly premiere is scheduled on September 23, and Nikita’s personal trailer was made public on Sunday as the actress acknowledged how anxious she is to perform live on national television.

I’m sweating just thinking about it, she said in jest.

The radio broadcaster, who is a fan of Strictly, declared 2021 champion Rose Ayling-Ellis to be her all-time favourite participant, saying, “I think she was simply great! Her journey on Strictly was fantastic, too.

When asked what theme week she is most anticipating, she revealed that Grease is her favourite movie, adding, “If I could be a little bit like Sandy, leather, big hair, yeah I’d be up for that.”

The celebrity vowed to deliver “the spice and the sass.”

I’ll contribute a little bit of my culture.

I’ll undoubtedly add that Asian flair to Strictly this year.

Former Strictly participant HRVY asserted earlier this week that the claimed “curse” of the programme is “real” in a statement.

In an interview with on Wednesday, the musician who co-starred in the popular BBC show’s 2020 season with his professional partner Janette Manrara talked about the infamous Strictly curse.

‘I know it’s real,’ he said.

I won’t say any more than that, but as someone who has performed the act – I won’t claim that I’ve personally experienced it, but I might have witnessed…It very certainly exists.

The celebrity said that connections might develop as a result of the closeness of dancing with a partner one-on-one for weeks or as a result of being surrounded by the same group of people during the entire series.

People say it’s like banter, and I shared that opinion up until I actually did it, at which point I was like, “Wow, yeah.”


Age 78 of Angela RipponCareer: JournalistAs a longtime Strictly fan and former Come Dancing host, Angela admits, “This will be quite an adventure for me.”

An unsettling one, given that I’ll turn 79 soon.

However, I’m looking forward to the challenge and maybe being able to pick up some Argentine Tango moves.

Age: 49 Amanda Abbington

Actress as a profession.’

I’m pleased to have been asked to do Strictly,’ Amanda exclaims.

This will be a terrific opportunity for me to get over my shyness and self-consciousness because I am truly quite timid and self-conscious.

Age: 28 Layton Williamsvocation: Actor”Absolutely thrilled to confirm that I will be competing in THE most renowned dance competition in the UK,” adds Layton.

Bring it to the Ballroom right away.

I’m very eager to pick up new abilities from the greatest.

Bring on all of the sequins!

Age: 53 Krishnan Guru-Murthy

Career: Journalist

I’m startled, happy, and a little perplexed to be competing on Strictly based on the adage “You only live once,” says Krishnan.

Although I am eager to begin learning to dance, I am a little concerned about my general shabbyness.

Eddie Kadi is a comedian and radio host who is 40 years old.

Wow, says Eddie.

Anyone who knows me knows how crucial and integral dance and music are to who I am.

The BBC and Strictly Come Dancing have asked me to join the 2023 Team, and I couldn’t be more thrilled and honoured.

I’ll give it everything I’ve got, I swear to you.

This will have a vibe.

Astrid Scanlon Age: 39;

Occupation: TV host

I’m not in great shape, and I have no idea how the dancing will affect my pelvic floor, says Angela.

Other than the drunken jiving at a wedding, I’ve never danced!

Age: 26 Zara McDermott

Documentary filmmaker and former Love Island contestant

“I am so thrilled to be joining the Strictly world,” Zara exclaims.

My grandmother was the biggest Strictly enthusiast, and she and I used to watch it every year.

We would dance about the house, and I remember that moment in my life so fondly.

Adam Thomas, 34 years oldActor and presenter by tradeI can’t dance to save my life, but I’m excited to learn from my pro and have a nice time.

Bring me to the dance floor.

I am really excited!

Nicolette Kanda

Age: 27; Occupation: radio and TV host

‘I can’t believe I’m going to be on Strictly,’ admits Nikita.

A dream has come true with this.

I continue to pinch myself.

I doubt it will fully register until I enter the dance floor.

I’m eager to put on some makeup and venture out.

Put some glitter on me.

22-year-old Coronation Street star Ellie Leach

‘It still doesn’t feel true that I’m going to be doing Strictly,’ Ellie admits.

I guess dreams really do come true because it has always been one of my goals.

Jody cundy 44 years old Champion paralympian as a profession

Considering that I generally arrive last to the dance floor, Jody adds, “I’m looking forward to the challenge and pushing myself way out of my comfort zone.”

I can’t wait to get started; bring on the sequins and glitter.

Bobby Brazier, 20 years old  Model and EastEnders cast member

Bobby declares: “I can’t wait to start practising like a professional dancer and adding a few moves to my toolbox.

I’m really thrilled to be a part of the Strictly line-up.

I am excited to perform in front of everyone.

David Harman

Age: 49

Vocation: Actor

‘I’m amazed, excited, and afraid to be doing Strictly,’ adds Nigel.

I have marvelled at the people who have spun and danced across the screen as a couch viewer of the programme.

Now that it’s my turn, gasp!

Annabel Croft, 57, is a broadcaster and former tennis player

‘I have always liked watching Strictly and can’t quite believe I’m going to be part of this amazing show – swapping tennis balls for glitter balls and looking forward to finding some joy in the process,’ says Annabel.

Les Dennis, 69, is an actor and host of game shows

‘I’m pleased to be doing this classic, magnificent play as I get closer to my 70th birthday,’ Les exclaims.

I’ve always sought out challenges outside of my comfort zone in my work, and this is the biggest one! I cannot wait.

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