Friday, 30 November 2012

Strictly Come Dancing: Friday panel; Xmas Special

On the It Takes Two sofa; the Friday panel consisted of Miranda Hart (Security! Security!) June Whitfield and Alfie Boe, who genuinely didn't seem to know why he was there but soon got the hang of it. Brought it home, you might say. *groan*

They ran us through this week's dances, which are:

Salsa: Jamise - watch out for Shimmy Jimmy Jordan. Denise said that the American Smooth was the first time her mum has cried when watching them dance. Although she then added "but I wasn't feeling very well."

Samba: Michalie to Tequila. Good call! Hopefully his best Latin to date - what I saw looked Ok!

Argentine Tango: Kicky to Skyfall *fingers crossed*

Quickstep: Robisa and oh, how I cannot wait! Bring Me Sunshine, complete with Eric and Ernie tribute at the end we hope! My music choice for some time, in a so far unpublished list that may appear soon!

Charleston: Flouvia. "Reserved and wooden." As a natural dancer, Miranda was able to say that. It's not looking good. He'll nail the footwork but I think facial expressions figure highly in the technique on this one. And there weren't any in training.

Jive: Kisha. Wilson Pickett, Night of a Thousand Dances. Looking gooooood. "Alfie, do you like Girls Aloud?" "I have all their albums." "Do you?" "No." The lemur likes them; its picked them to top the leader board.

Viennese Waltz: Vani. Dean Martin. That's Amore. Vincent's looking in a mirror again.

Elsewhere, the Christmas Special cast list has been revealed!
Bobby Ball will partner a returning Katya Virshilas
Katy Brand will partner Anton du Beke
JB Gill (JLS) will partner Ola Jordan
Sheila Hancock will partner Ian Waite
Fabrice Muamba will partner Aliona Vilani
Helen Skelton will partner Artem Chigvintsev

And returning for a group number will be former champions Tom Chambers (partnered by Kristina), Chris Hollins (Ola) and Natasha Kaplinksky (Ian), along with runners up Rachel Stevens (Vincent), Chelsee Healey (Pasha) Colin Jackson (Erin Boag). Kelly Brook will also take part, once again partnered by Brendan. And if that wasn't enough for you, Russell Grant and Ann Widdecombe will make guest appearances! Just what you want when you're vegging out after all that excess.

Sunday, 25 November 2012

Strictly Come Dancing: Kicky turn it around

Loving the opening take on Friends and the fun clearly had a knock on effect for Kicky, who wowed with my favourite dance of the night, a charleston of Team Cola proportions!


Fun and fast, lots of characterisation - it reminded Darcey of The Artist - a truly exhilarating dance.

Also on form and again topping the table were Jamise with an elegant and floaty American Smooth containing perfect, awesome lifts, although they're being closed down by Vani, whose samba worked, despite the song really not being a samba song. Single Ladies generated excitement though and Dani was terrific. I loved the energy and attack in Kisha's tango, which led to one of Craig's most hilariously misconstrued comments "thumb wedged firmly in his crack (in his armpit)" and Darcey and Bruno high-fiving each other for a matching pair of nines.

Robisa hit a block with the judges finally - we knew it would happen (Mark's jive, anyone?) their rumba not finding favour. I thought she could've been given credit for the fluidity and she still maintained her musicality, which is about as good as it gets with me and rumba. This time with Flouvia, the judges agreed with me. Comments throughout both shows regarding the lack of emotion, as the lovely lines weren't supported by the moodiness I thought Louis would nail. Their Paso should have exploded at some point but sadly, it never did.

Brendleton and Michalie, as we know, were the bottom two tonight. Personally, I agreed with Len that Michael wasn't given enough credit for tackling a tough dance with excellent lifts. It was as much an Argentine Tango as I've seen from others. Victoria never really found the confidence to match her undoubted ability, ending the show thinking she can't dance. You Can! But throwing yourself about with your mates on a party night out or winning gold medals at cycling championships is a whole lot different to being out there, out of your comfort zone, on your own in front of millions! Our Olympic Queen Victoria will hopefully look back and see all the good stuff she did. Perhaps Brendan can sort out a first dance for her and Scott's wedding :)

Also on the results show: Flawless are, as ever, exactly that - and how brilliant with the pro girls? Check out Darcey and Craig's ripples - which reminds me, there's one waiting for me in  the fridge - and is Claudia moonlighting as a waitress after the show? Kimberley's squeal of delight when her name was called was heard by - according to Claudia - "dolpins, asking, what was that? Oh, Walshey's through!" Len's Lens shows us Bruno joining in Single Ladies and he and Len cracking up after giving Lisa the same score and going "Oooooh!"

Down to the last seven and as usual, the media are all over the forums, quoting them like they speak for the majority. Most viewers/voters won't care how experienced Denise is, they'll just be enjoying the dancing. Likewise, top scoring and leading the board doesn't automatically guarantee a win. I still wouldn't like to guess at who's actually most popular with the viewers!

Keep up to date with all the news and gossip on the BBC official website.

This week's leader board: Jamise 37 = 8; Vani 36 = 7; Kicky 36 = 7; Kisha 34 = 6; Flouvia 27 = 5; Robisa 27 = 5; Michalie 26 = 4; Brendleton 21 = 3.

Thursday, 22 November 2012

Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two

The post-Wembley sofa ...

Backstage pass - Robin and Pasha asleep, rudely awakened by James and Vincent.

Richard: "I'm going to have to tape certain phrases by you (Erin). I can't do a thing without you." *hands out tissues*

Craig's entrance to Rude Boy: "I was out of time but I shall I overlook that."

"Being told we'd finish the show gave us a lot of confidence" - Michael.

"What was more exciting: Being carried in by four burly men or the 10s?" Zoe to Denise. "Toughie."

Jamise had a boobie malfunction in the dress rehearsal - James did try to tell her. He does a fantastic impression of Vincent.

Julien McDonald on Lisa's dress: "A lace base on a tulle illusion." I want one.

Brendan on Bruno's "over ambitious" statement - "... a nonsense comment ..."

"I look up to Robbie Williams as a performer and an entertainer" - Brendan. "He says the same about you" - Zoe.

"So manly in your matching shirt and tie" Zoe to Ian, demonstrating Paso Doble. "I'm doing my best, dear."

Vaughny gave Nicky a pep talk before the dance off *bromance*

"I'm speechless ... even though I'm still talking!" - Dani

Zoe: "How do you keep her motivated, Vincent?" Who indicates himself: "Hellllooo?!"

"It's all about him pulling me towards him. Which is nice." Lisa on their rumba. Following Splitgate, Lisa has no pelvis, since she left it on the floor at Wembley.

Top Ten stuffage:
The quickstep has accumulated the most 10s - 36.
There have been 288 altogether: 1 in series 1; 7 in S2; 13 in S3; 14 in S4; 37 in S5; 59 in S6; 46 in S7; 51 in S8 and 57 in S9.
Judges have given: Darcey 7; Craig 24; Len 74; Bruno 93.
Celebs: Ricky 28; Rachel 25; Harry 25; Kara 21; Lisa 20; Alesha 19; Chelsea 18; Pamela 17; Jason 12; Ali 11. So what does that tell us, bearing in mind only three winners feature in that?

This week's dances:
Paso Doble: Flouvia
Tango: Kisha
Charleston: Kicky
Rumba: Robisa
Samba: Vani
Argentine Tango: Michalie
Salsa: Brendleton
American Smooth: Jamise

Saturday, 17 November 2012

Strictly Come Dancing: Dancing Through The Decades

We're at that big arena place ... oh, you the one I mean. Yes, I think we can safely leave it unsaid, don't you ... loving all the frocks tonight, and another dose of Gangnam Style to get the crowd fired up. Like they need it!

Robisa were again my stars of the night, putting the fun into funky with their samba to Car Wash - which I didn't think would work but you know what - I'm smiling before they even begin. Love them to pieces. A great score still only leaves them 5th on the leader board in an exceptionally close night.

Kisha also dancing a samba, and likewise I wasn't keen on the song (Livin' La Vida Loca) - great for a salsa but exceptionally fast for a samba - they did an excellent job, Kimberley really knows how to sell it. "Hotter to the point of fusion; my core is imploding" - Bruno. Let's hope it's enough. Richin's salsa was the weakest of the night but even so, it was still a good performance, although I was completely distracted by the Men in Trunks. And not in a good way. Erin: "1-2-3 don't give me jelly arms."

A Jailhouse rock'n'roll jive from Kicky carried on the party mood; terrific attitude and performance from Nicky, he really let fly, if a little scrappy in places, while Bendleton's Paso Doble I enjoyed - I'd have preferred if they'd left the bike out of it but she had some nice lyrical shape, though it could've been a little stronger through the core.

Little folk doing the quickstep at Wembley - Mr and Mrs Consistent, Vani, and another great showing in a stylish and elegant quickstep with an excellent transition onto the centre piece. Vincent to Dani: "I couldn't do it without you" Dani: "Yes, you could." Vincent: "Yeah, I could." Jamise you just knew were going to score tens - they didn't put a foot, arm or head wrong in a stunning charleston routine, a little left of field than normal, with a modern pop song. Overall though, it really worked - and Denise is having such a good time. Which brings me onto the American Smooths ...

Louis! Really, everyone else at the beginning and at the end of the show are Having A God Time. And he's Mr Cool Straight Face. It pains me, it really does, I wanted so much to like him and see him do well but if he doesn't start looking like he's enjoying himself anytime soon, he's out. And at equal second from bottom, he could be the shocker in the Bottom Two this week. Flouvia's American Smooth wasn't. It was a quickstep with a modern twist that really didn't work for me at all. A bit stiff, tacky transitions, a change in music style made it very disjointed. Craig called it "refreshing"; Len was bewildered. I'm with Len.

Michalie's was the complete opposite. Traditional Frank Sinatra song, showbizzy and "put the oo in smooth" said Len. Michael said: "I'm just happy to be here each week" And there you have it - the attitude the public want: working hard, loving every minute and it shows. Let's hope I haven't just put the mockers on.

Score Board:
Jamise 39 = 9; Vani 36 = 8; Michalie 35 = 7; Kisha 34 = 6; Robisa 32 = 5; Kicky 30 = 4; Flouvia 30 = 4; Brendleton 24 = 3; Richin 24 = 3

Back tomorrow night for the results; relive the show tonight on the official BBC website till then :)

And the results are in - we bid farewell to Richin. No major shock in the dance off, where they were joined by Kicky, just one place up the leaderboard. A unanimous decision, with Craig, Darcey and Bruno all citing Nicky's exuberance, energy, content and power as the difference. Wasn't expecting the Westlife vote to dip this early though! And how cruel to leave Kisha so late!

Elsewhere, a candy floss 50s opening with bumper cars and Len "all trembley at Wembley"; facial expressions highlighted: Bruno homing in viciously on Tess and Claudia in the bumper car; Michael lifting Natalie; high flyers on the high wires, Craig, taking pics; Bruno petrified.

And what on earth were those two blokes with Kylie wearing? They looked like Helga from 'Allo 'Allo, in her more intimate moments with Herr Flick!

Friday, 16 November 2012

Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two

Sofa, so good ...

Loved up Arfer on the sofa. "It's a bummer" says Artem, then presents Fern with a bouquet.

Zoe: "I feel like I shouldn't be here!" Everyone a bit teary.

"In a moment, Craig will be here to cheer us all up" says Zoe, to an ironic LOL in the studio.

Craig says what we all know: "If you enjoy a dance, you'll perform it so much better."

Flouvia's partnership, or lack of it, is why I'm not warming to them. They just don't have the closeness of other couples on the sofa.

"I'm saying that face to face, man to man, darling." Craig to Louis on the issues he needs to improve on.

Craig on Brendan's fall: "Brendan was an absolute joy, I can't tell you."

Zoe to Pasha "It's your first time in the bottom two!"
Pasha to Kimberley *meaningful look* "Yes." He was only kidding ...

"Could've been a mouse lifting an elephant" - Karen on Michalie. (It wasn't.)

How the hell does Zoe stand, let alone walk, in those shoes.

Denise, Ian and Zoe all winding up James!

"26 metres of tulle *squeaks* all ruffled up!" Mr. Exciteable, Julien McDonald, on Kimberley's dress.

Fern's salsa fringes were hand sewn by real live angels.

Billingsgate Market gets Strictlyfied!

Brendleton have a bicycle! And a Team GB inspired dress for Victoria.

Vincent, James and Brendan admit to, respectively, wearing fancy pants, tying the pro girls cloaks together and holding people back so they miss their cue. Bad boys!

Lisa almost won a topless Artem!

Zoe and Ian show how to volta.

Michael again looks so much smoother and more rhythmic in ballroom than Latin - he's going to get it eventually.

Karen the cat, hissing at Nicky.

There will be Men In Trunks at Wembley. And roller skates!

"(we got a)... Standing ovulation!" - Vincent

According to stats man Russell, there have now been 906 competitive dances in Strictly; the unluckiest, with more couples exiting on them, were samba (unsurprising) and charleston (very surprising!)

This weeks's dances:

American Smooth: Michalie; Flouvia
Salsa: Richin
Samba: Robisa; Kisha
Jive: Kicky
Charleston: Jamise
Quickstep: Vani
Paso Doble: Brendleton

We're all on the road to Wembley! Catch up with more gossip on the official It Takes Two website until we get there :)

Sunday, 11 November 2012

Strictly Come Dancing: Strong performances mean shocks in store!

Yes, oh yes - brace yourselves tonight, because I suspect that someone in the top half of the leader board will be in the Dreaded Dance Off! Have you even known bottom of the board to be scoring mid 20s at this point in the competition?


We know that those at the bottom have a great fan base, because most of them have avoided the bottom two most weeks. Two draws on the board also give them a leg up - but the public can't save them all!

Being week 6,  we've had the chance to get to know them all a lot more, and those at the top end with the judges vote aren't necessarily those with the personalities and partnerships winning the public over.

Step forward Michalie, who chucked a couple of fab lifts into a credible, recognisable salsa which may not have the flow of some but certainly had the fun and the enthusiasm I'm looking for. Likewise Arfer's, who I reckon must have been watching Alesha's for inspiration, looking at the frock and some of the choreography! Kicky's foxtrot put a huge smile on my face, a beautiful beginning and stylishly performed. He hasn't got the artistry of Louis but he looks like he's enjoying himself with that gorgeous cheeky smile. Flouvia, take note. The gorgeous opening and arms and Flavia's exquisite choreography are not enough if Louis looks like he's holding his breath all through it. I need to see some warmth and connection. I'm just sayin' ...

Jamise were again, fantastic. A proper Paso, strong and full of attitude, she really captured the mood and style and I loved the original twist in the end move. Richin had the fun and character demanded in the charleston "I could drop Erin on her head - I'm not sure in Strictly law if that's worse than forgetting your routine!" - Richard. Brendleton are definitely enjoying the ballroom more, a terrific quickstep and it was a shame the quite heavy flounces on her dress hid the lightness and speed of Victoria's feet somewhat. Vani's fantastic attitude and brilliant choreography made for a sharp and dramatic tango, while Kisha's Viennese Waltz was ultra romantic; she was completely lost in the moment. Saving my favourite till last again, Robisa's very quick foxtrot had me gasping for air! So joyful, so musical and just a pleasure to watch.

The problem for top of the board at this stage, is voter complacency. Every year we have a shock bottom two, because voters assume their favourite is safe if in the top half. No-one is safe! Don't assume Westlife and Girls Aloud fans will vote consistently every week, especially if they like other couples lower down the board and want to save them too. Even Jamise will feel threatened this week, reliant as they are on viewers, rather than a fan base of sports fans or children's tv!

The Score Board:
Jamise 36 = 10; Vani 34 = 9; Kisha 34 = 9; Flouvia 33 = 8; Robisa 32 = 7; Brendleton 30 = 6; Kicky 30 = 6; Richin 29 = 5; Arfer 27 = 4; Michalie 26 = 3

On another note, the BBC can stop looking for a replacement for Bruce - Tess and Claudia are brilliant together, a seamless transition for when the inevitable retirement is announced.

Results show at 7.20pm tonight - relive the dances on the website in the meantime!

There you go - poor Kisha in the dance-off, joined by Arfer. And there the tension ended, because clearly the judges would go for Kisha and quite rightly so. A real shame for Arfer but at least they go out on their best performance.

That's why I don't like the dance off. Without the dance off, the voters vote to save their favourite only and are happy to let nature takes its course with those at the bottom of the board. With it, we vote for the couple we know won't be saved by the judges, ie. Michalie. Without the dance off, the public's favourite dancers make it through; with the dance off we'll end up with another Series 6 fiasco and the two least favourites out of the final six making it through. Thankfully, because of the fiasco in S6, the right couple won and we weren't denied seeing the best ever Strictly showdance. Let's take a moment to enjoy it again, shall we?


Earlier, Midnight Tango and floating Maltesers. Craig "needs a check up from the neck up". Len's Lens - the judges partying; Richard's faces and bumography "I'm sure it was that rear view (that saved us) I'll never forget it!" Natalie and Brendan's breathtaking performance with Andre Rieu.

I'm sure Kisha will be fine next week. See you then!

Thursday, 8 November 2012

Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two

On the sofa this week...

Watch out for the sparklers "there's a lot of hairspray and cheap man made fibres in here" - Zoe

Breaking news - James danced with an injury and is now laid up; Ian Waite to the rescue!

Backstage Saturday: "They're going to vajazel my forehead - don't quite know what that means but all the girls are talking about it!" - Fern.

Posticulation? *note to self* Looks it up and no, doesn't exist Craig!

Zoe to Craig: "I just like making you do the dances ... we should get you a podium."

Artem was supposed to be wearing a top last week but it didn't suit him. No-one's owning up to the decision to lose it.

Darcey on the sofa. "Ok, everybody, 5th position. Port de bra ... that's port de bra not padded bra" - Zoe

Brendan: "I want Victoria to copy me ... sometimes, I will look like a girl."

"I'm always hungry when you're around!" Zoe to Pasta/Pasha.

Robisa dancing to This Will Be ... stunning, can't wait!

The dances:

Foxtrot: Kicky; Robisa
Salsa: Arfer; Michalie
VW: Kisha;
Quickstep: Brendleton
Waltz: Flouvia
Tango: Vani
Paso Doble: Jamise
Charleston: Richin

Sunday, 4 November 2012

Strictly Come Dancing: Tulip the meerkat prediction spot on!

Week 5, no themes, just pure danceability - and the leaderboard toppers predicted by a meerkat! Who'd a thought?


Except of course, watching Jamise's training footage, you knew that if Denise could nail the spins it was pretty much a given! A stunning routine to a stunning song, a real emotional connection producing gorgeous and elegant warm floatiness around the ballroom. A equal top score of the series 35 set them firmly at the head of the board.

Robisa again, even in serious mode, still showed enough personality in their tango, with a rousing Let's Get Together driving them on in a well executed, sharp yet rhythmic and focused routine which I loved. "It's lovely to see us all grow, week after week." - Lisa. "Except Vincent!" - wisecracker at the back!

Michalie's VT, complete with cricket commentary to Jerusalem got me anticipating their foxtrot and it didn't disappoint. The dark horses - brilliant partnership, goes for it in the Latin, lovely ballroom - I Got The Sweetest Feeling about this delightful routine - they're having fun and I sense a bit of Goughieness, i.e. falling in love with dance.

The sambas and salsas were a pick'n'mix - Kisha's performance was stunning, channeling Alesha unleashed without the abandon but with an awesome lift - I'd have just preferred them to have danced to Flouvia's music to lift it up my list. Flouvia delivered on the hips and the lovely, fluid bouncy rhythm but where oh where was the fun, the laughter, the gaiety of a samba? Playing with your zip upstairs is too late! Brendleton was hot one minute and not the next but overall a good performance - brave to be out on her own on the judges desk to begin with. She still needs to trust in her ability and let go like she did in the tango - we're running out of weeks!

Bruce: "A little bit of what you fancy does you good - in your case, Darcey, it doesn't include Louis!"
Brendan: "That wasn't batucadas, that was walking backwards funny!"

Kicky's rumba I engaged with. Now, considering I'm not a Westlife fan, nor a rumba fan, this surprised me. It was well acted and had great partnering and chemistry. A great song helped - well done Kicky! "I spoke to James and Brendan before we went on and they gave me tips - obviously the wrong ones!" - Nicky, in response to mixed judges comments.

Proper Paso Doble music for Arfer certainly helped, although I'd have liked a bit more attack from Fern - loved the look of disdain she held all through, while Vani delivered again. A superb jive, spot on in every department: costume, song, content, feel, togetherness. Craig: "You need to keep your feet together when you go through his legs; I copped a massive eyeful!"

Colina and Richin, foxtrots both, one a good, solid performance, the other a shambles. Prompting Richard's "The camera's are rolling, this is live, this is no dress rehearsal - we're gonna be on the internet forever!"

The Scoreboard:
Jamise 35 = 11; Kisha 33 = 10; Vani 33 = 10; Michalie 31 = 9; Flouvia 29 = 8; Robisa 27 = 7; Colina 27 = 7; Kicky 25 = 6; Arfer 24 =5; Brendleton 23 = 4; Richin 17 = 3.

Onto the results and a little less conversation, as all the women in the audience stop to admire the male pro dancers athleticism in the opening routine *coughs*. Backstage, Claudia was trying to dance - jive with Dani; tango with Lisa; samba with Victoria, rumba with Kicky - and Gangnam style with Lionel Blair.

Safe: Jamise; Arfer; Vani; Kisha; Flouvia
Dance off: Colina

Claudia: "Louis, you disappointed Darcey - what will you do next week, bring her kittens?"

The Malcolm in the Middle lookalike in The Wanted has a powerful voice, doesn't he? I'm quite impressed. Pasha and Karen beautifully accompany Andrea Bocelli for Nessun Dorma.

Len's lens: Lisa's eyes; Colin's legs; Richin's "Go on!" "Go left" *gets giggles* Len's "Pull yourself together!" at them. Bruno laughing. Darcey and Craig playing with his quiff; Len flaunting his 9 for Vani. Bruno's reaction to Kimberley flaunting herself at Len!

Safe: Michalie; Brendleton; Kicky; Robisa
Dance off: Richin

It's Battle of the Foxtrots! Richin versus Colina and it's a reversal of fortune - Richin remembered and Colina struggled after a good start - evens Hollywood actors get nervous; Colin's reconciled to his fate. It's unanimous in favour of Richin and we say Ciao Colina.

Bruce is taking next week off and The Corbett is on a cruise, according to Clauds - so she'll be joining Tess next week. Yay! See you then, and if you need a fix, visit the official BBC Strictly Come Dancing website.

Friday, 2 November 2012

Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two

On the sofa this week ...

Behind the scenes, Victoria on her Halloween dress: "Sampling ideas for my wedding next year - you don't know till you've tried it!"

Craig on Michalie's quickstep: "Just a joy ... in seventh heaven."

Consensus was, Vincent looked like Boris Johnson with that wig on.

Dani: "I feel so dizzy."

Vincent: "That's because you're dancing with me!"

How excitable in Julien Macdonald? Get him on the show next series! I love people who're so enthusiastic about their subject; I'm immediately more interested.

Lisa, on O'dur Robine: "My scents will just smell of chips and gravy!"

Both Artem and Louis want more flesh on show - theirs! I think they should get what they want *coughs*

Russell Grant, Statsman. Zoe asks: "Is it hard to see Flavia in the arms of another man?"
"Not really."

Michalie top with training hours so far on 197 1/2; Jamise demand a recount and they find today's wasn't included. "I've had Russell flogged" -  Zoe.

Brendan on Samba: "Toughest to learn; toughest to teach." But to learn it "Embrace the Womble!"

Tulip the meerkat  chooses Jamise to top the leaderboard.

Vernon Kay on Tess, Saturday night live: "I'm happy the moment she gets to the bottom of the stairs."

Sarah Millican: "I don't watch the results show so as far as I'm concerned they're all still dancing."

Zoe says she's a big fan of Colin; Sarah agrees. Zoe tells her his voice makes the sofa vibrate. Cue lots of saucy laughter. Sarah also likes how Louis always gets the "broken shirt!" and asks: "Do you always have to have a relationship with the male dancer?" "Yes, do you want to do the show now?" asks Zoe. "Yes" is the reply and Brendan volunteers himself!

Michael received a glittery cricket bat for his birthday this week.

Dances:
Salsa: Kisha (Beyonce)
Samba: Brendleton (It's Not Unusual); Flouvia (Ricky Martin)
Tango: Robisa (Let's Get Together - Roxy Music)
Foxtrot: Richin (Hey, Big Spender); Michalie (Sweetest Feeling); Colina (Aretha)
Viennese Waltz: Jamise (At Last)
Jive: Vani (Olly Murs - Dance With Me Tonight)
Rumba: Kicky (Don't Wanna Miss a Thing)
Paso Doble: Arfer (proper matador music!)

Catch up with all the It Takes Two news on the official BBC website :)