Anton Du Beke on Strictly errors as stars ‘spending too much time on Instagram’November 3, 2023
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Anton Du Beke has shared that the Strictly Come Dancing stars are “making more mistakes this year”, which has made the show more “volatile and exciting”.
The dancing judge appeared on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show on Virgin Radio on Friday morning to talk about his new book and his role on Strictly Come Dancing.
The 57-year-old opened up about the 2023 series of the BBC dance competition and said that “more mistakes are being made”.
“People are having good weeks and bad weeks,” he started.
“And people are making mistakes this year – more often than they were in the past as I sort of remember.”
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Anton then said that the mistakes has made the show “a bit volatile and exciting”.
Chris Evans then said: “Is that because they’re spending too much time on Instagram, do you think?”
Anton laughed and replied: “I think that and they’re all reading my new book!”
The Strictly judge was promoting his latest novel, A Paris Affair, which hit bookstores last week.
Taking to Instagram to share the news, Anton posted: “Today’s the day… it’s #PublicationDay!
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“My new novel, #TheParisAffair, is out now — available at all good booksellers and online too. There are signed copies at WHSmith if you’re quick, plus four more dates on my book tour with signed copies available there too.
“I’m so thrilled with this one – book six in my Buckingham Hotel series – I’m sure it’s my best yet. I hope you enjoy it… do let me know!”
Anton has been a Strictly judge since 2021, but prior to that he was a professional dancer on the show from 2004 until 2019.
Strictly Come Dancing returns on BBC One at Saturday at 6:30pm.
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