Rhys Stephenson, another BBC talent, has signed up for Strictly Come Dancing.
Another contender for this year’s STRICTLY COME DANCING has been revealed. Rhys Stephenson of CBBC is the fifth name on the list for 2021.
Rhys Stephenson was announced as the latest addition to the celebrity lineup on Friday morning. In the autumn, the actor and children’s television host will take to the dance floor as part of the popular BBC show. Former Bake Off winner John Whaite, presenter AJ Odudu, actor and novelist Robert Webb, and McFly frontman Tom Fletcher have already been named as participants on Strictly Come Dancing, with more to come. However, a favoritism debate has erupted among the BBC as a result of the names published thus far.
This autumn, the multi-award-winning entertainment show will return to BBC One for its 19th season, bringing glitter, glamour, and wonderful dance to Saturday and Sunday nights once more.
“I am excited to be a part of Strictly Come Dancing 2021,” Rhys said of his choice to sign up.
“I’ve always wanted to be on this show, and I’m confident it will exceed all of my expectations.
“I can’t wait to see everything, from the costumes to the orchestra to Craig’s gaze! I’m all set! ” The official Strictly Come Dancing Twitter account also updated its followers on the latest news.
“Swapping @CBBC mornings for #Strictly Saturday nights,” the message said on Friday morning.
“Rhys Stephenson, it’s time to put your dance shoes on! Rhys is best known as the host of CBBC, the children’s television channel, which he hosts live from CBBC studio HQ.
He’s also hosted some of the CBBC’s most popular series, including Blue Peter and Saturday Mash-Up!
I’ll be watching #Strictly on Saturday nights instead of @CBBC mornings. Rhys Stephenson, it’s time to put your dance shoes on! @RhysStephenson1 https://t.co/SITTiFr5Dk pic.twitter.com/GJWYLGuki2 Don’t miss me hosting @intaward’s ceremony at 2pm to commemorate the life of the Award’s Founder, HRH Prince Edward, and to honour young people all across the world. Click https://t.co/fz75bWhnBY to watch the program, then relax and enjoy it! The actor also appeared on The Dengineers and Newsround (pic.twitter.com/cIm4TNZmoF).
Rhys is an ambassador for Place2Be, a charity that provides mental health assistance in schools, while he is not presenting.
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