Dan Walker’s co-star talks about a “very difficult” behind-the-scenes issue.
DAN WALKER’S Strictly Come Dancing journey continues on Saturday night with another performance. One of Dan’s BBC co-stars, on the other hand, has stated that he needs to “juggle” his presenting work with dancing training.
Dan Walker, the BBC Breakfast host, will be throwing some shapes in the legendary Strictly Come Dancing ballroom on Saturday night. This weekend, he’ll perform a Charleston with his professional dance partner Nadiya Bychkova. One of Dan’s BBC colleagues, however, has spoken out about the star’s difficulties juggling work and Strictly training.
BBC weather correspondent Owain Wyn Evans expressed his opinions on Dan’s Strictly Come Dancing adventure so far in an exclusive chat with This website.
Owain said he had fun watching his BBC Breakfast co-star compete in the celebrity dance competition.
The weather reporter said, “Oh my gosh, Dan is doing such a terrific job on Strictly.”
He did, however, go on to say how difficult it is for Dan to manage his normal career and Strictly training.
“I absolutely sympathise with him, and it is incredible how he is doing it because, you know, he has to perform his work as well,” Owain said.
“He gets up early and does BBC Breakfast, and then he devotes a portion of his week to Strictly training.”
“However, juggling those tasks while having virtually no downtime is really difficult.”
He continued, “So yes, Dan is doing so well on Strictly.”
The weather reporter admitted that he looks forward to seeing Dan’s new dancing routines on the broadcast every week.
“Every week I’m like, ‘Oh, I’m interested to see what he’s going to do next,” Owain exclaimed.
“It’s a tremendous opportunity for him, and he’s a great guy.” “It’s really fantastic,” he said.
“Oh my gosh, I think everyone would want to go on Strictly,” Owain said when asked if he’d ever consider being a contestant on Strictly.”
“I really enjoy watching the show.” I enjoy the spectacle of it, and what’s even better is that you can see people riding it and learning a new skill.
“Many of them don’t seem to have it at first, but as the weeks pass, you can watch them develop and improve dramatically.”
“So, oh my god,” he said, “I believe anybody would want to be on Strictly.”
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