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Debbie Pritchard on Strictly

29th October 2017 @ 6:06am – by Webteam
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Local Burleydam dance instructor Debbie Pritchard made a guest appearance on last night's Strictly Come Dancing on BBC1 TV helping presenter Claudia Winkleman with the ever tougher job of giving out the Terms & Conditions for voting by the public on the show.

Normally drowned out by the celebrities and professional dancers each week because it's so boring, Debbie made sure, as you would expect, that the T&Cs this week were in step and perfect time throughout.

Debbie can be seen here in red. Her son AJ Pritchard, the professional dancer partnering Mollie King, was also dressed completely in red as he and Mollie danced their Halloween-themed Cha Cha Cha as seen below.

Earlier this month, Debbie made her debut on AudlemOnline – also on the subject of voting on the show – which you can read here.

Vote for AJ and Mollie

By Debbie Pritchard – 7th October 2017

As many readers will know, local professional dancer AJ and partner Mollie are dancing in the BBC contest "Strictly Come Dancing" and would love local support by voting for them.

Aj's mother writes:
AJ, aged 22, former Brine Leas Pupil, World Ballroom & Latin Amateur Champion, is the youngest ever Professional Dancer on BBC Strictly Come Dancing.

AJ danced his partner, Claudia Fragapane, all the way to the semi-finals in Series 14 and AJ`s fan base (75K+ followers) was born.

AJ is ready to captivate and aims to please the nation, partnered with celebrity Mollie King, in Series 15 with his talent for choreography and dance skills.

He would be honoured if you would support and follow the journey of teaching Mollie to dance and he will do his very best to get Mollie into the final this year.

Why not try a little STRICTLY Cha Cha Cha & Waltz in our 6 week programme, have fun and get a taste of what AJ dances. Just turn up on the night. Keep Dancing. Click on the pdf file for more details

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