A member of the royal family has been tipped to BBC Strictly Come Dancing, after impressing professional dancer Johannes Radebe with his moves. This comes for a special week, Loose Women re-branded as Loose Men to mark Mental Health Awareness Week.
Mike Tindall- the Queen’s Eldest Granddaughter
The ITV daytime staple has an all-male panel, and it will focus on the importance of men speaking out about their mental health. Mike Tindall – husband of the Queen’s eldest granddaughter, Zara Tindall – has been a panelist and showcased his skills at the ITV Lose Men studio.
Mike said to Johannes?
“You’re going to come and teach us,” Mike said to Johannes, who replied. “I certainly will. I encourage you to go to sleep, and dance. As the show ended, Mike and Johannes danced a bit, as Birmingham Live reports, fans cheered on the studio floor.
“Nothing should be off the table, expose your kids to as much as they can get their hands on,” said Mike. “I see the dance and the pose now – the kids really struggle at the moment – the dance It is wonderful for posture so it is a wonderful way to make them stand properly, sit properly, control the shoulders.
Strictly Come Dancing Professionals and Companions
Strictly Come Dancing professional and fellow guest panelist Johannes Radebe said? “Dancing makes you feel good, that’s why I love it. I love music, but we’ve always talked about doing dance lessons. Just to do it as a social thing. But we never get in the way of it.” Don’t fall in. It’s going to be the most beautiful thing that will bring you closer.
Commentary to host Vernon Kay, as well as fellow panelist Ross Kemp
The scene prompted comments from show host Vernon Kay, as well as fellow panelist Ross Kemp. “There we go I know someone inside Strictly, maybe we can catch that. The cheeky star was referring to his wife, Tess Daly, who has presented the dancing reality show for nearly 20 years.