Sara Davies’ Strictly Come Dancing audition is canceled just hours after she signed up.


Sara Davies’ Strictly Come Dancing audition is canceled just hours after she signed up.

After becoming the sixth celebrity confirmed for Strictly Come Dancing 2021 on Monday, SARA DAVIES has experienced a setback.

When the BBC programme Strictly Come Dancing returns later this year, Sara Davies MBE will be strutting her stuff on the dance floor. On Monday morning, Good Morning Britain reported that the Dragons’ Den star would be joining the cast. However, the entrepreneur and media personality has suffered a major setback with the announcement of her new post.

With bookies, the Dragons’ Den star has been pegged as a long shot to win the next series of Strictly Come Dancing.

The odds for the businesswoman to win the tournament are 25/1, according to Ladbrokes.

She is currently ranked sixth, after the five other celebrities that have been confirmed thus far.

John Whaite, the champion of the Great British Bake Off, is favored at 16/1, while Robert Webb is favored at 12/1.

Fans of Strictly believe Tom Fletcher will win the series, following in the footsteps of his McFly bandmate Harry Judd.

He’s the favorite at 5/1, with AJ Odudu and Rhys Stephenson tied for second at 8/1.

“This is shaping up to be one of the most star-studded Strictly line-ups in recent years,” said Alex Apati of Ladbrokes.

“And while Sara Davies is known for calling the shots on Dragons’ Den, the odds aren’t in her favor on the dancefloor.”

Sara stated she didn’t know if she could dance when the latest competitor was announced.

“My Mum and Dad are going to be very excited,” the Dragons’ Den star said.

“I’m pretty nervous because the producers have been asking if I can dance thus far.

“To tell you the truth, I have no idea!” I haven’t danced since I was a child when I took ballet lessons.”

“I hope to bring tenacity, drive, and determination to the dancefloor,” she stated.

“And I can’t wait to watch how all those hours of training affect my mum’s tum!”

Sara will be attempting to outdance Deborah Meaden, her Dragons’ Den co-star, on the dance floor.

In 2013, the businesswoman competed in Series 11 with Robin Windsor as her partner.

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