Cheryl rumoured to be taking part in the next series of Striclty Come Dancing

There are months to go until the next series of Strictly Come Dancing but the rumour mill is full of speculation about what celebrities will be taking part in the popular BBC show.

Fans of the show are eager to know who will be competing in the dance contest and it looks like we may have our first contestant.

Rumour has it popstar Cheryl is eager to get involved.

The former Girls Aloud member is currently a judge on BBC show The Greatest Dancer so it’s safe to say she’s been bitten by the dancing bug.


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The Call My Name singer has even been asking the show’s professional dancers for tips and tricks.

Speaking to The Daily Star, Katya Jones said: “Cheryl wanted to know everything. She was saying to me: 'Katya, show me how to move my hips, show me your arm movements, what do I do?’ And then she was practising. She was loving it. And she was really good."

The pro-dancer said popstars always to incredibly well on the show so they’d certainly welcome Cheryl with open arms.


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Pixie Lott, Alesha Dixon, Frankie Bridge and Ashley Roberts have previously taken part in the dance series.

“We do like a pop star on Strictly. So you never know, she could be on the next series."


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Head judge Shirley Ballas even believes the Fight For This Love singer would be wonderful on the show. She told The Sun: “I would like to see Cheryl Cole on it. You know, I think she would make a great contestant."

The official lineup won’t be announced until September, so we’ll just have to be patient until then.




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