Future Strictly star Rhys Stephenson has revealed that previous champion Jay McGuinness turned him right into a fan of the BBC ballroom dancing competitionStrictly Come Dancing contestant Rhys Stephenson has stated that previous champion Jay McGuinness is his dancing inspiration (Picture: BBC/Ray Burmiston)CBBC presenter Rhys Stephenson says he is needed to do Strictly ever since seeing Jay McGuinness carry out his iconic jive to Pulp Fiction. “We did not watch Strictly in the home at that time, however my Dad simply switched the TV on randomly, and I bear in mind going ‘oh that is Pulp Fiction’ that is sort of cool, and I sat there and so they simply exploded and my jaw hit the bottom and truthfully on this dance, I assumed I would like to look at the entire collection and I have to see him win, and I caught with it the entire time and after that I grew to become an enormous fan.” He says his household and mates are full of pleasure.
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“The women in my church are simply in addition to themselves now. That sort of assist has been actually superior.” Rhys says that his streetdance classes in school would possibly show helpful. “I’ve at all times loved dancing – studying a routine will not be new to me however I have never executed that stuff in a short while.
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On a regular basis it has at all times been alone. I’ve by no means needed to do a routine the place i’ve needed to maintain somebody or carry somebody, or do ballroom.” He admits to being in it to win it. “I’m aggressive to the purpose the place I’ll play to win, after which I’ll do no matter it takes to win that’s authorized, after which after I lose, if I lose, I’ll put my palms up and be loser.” Strictly Come Dancing begins Saturday 18 September at 7.45pm on BBC One