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Entertainment Strictly Come Dancing signs-up Loose Women star

11:30  06 august  2022
11:30  06 august  2022 Source:   digitalspy.com

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Strictly Come Dancing's star-studded line-up for 2022's series is beginning to fill up as another famous face has been confirmed for the show.

Kaye Adams will be swapping her presenting duties for dancing shoes this autumn when the hit BBC dance competition returns for its twentieth series.

The star is best known for hosting Loose Women and announced the news alongside her fellow panellists on Friday's (August 5) episode of the ITV daytime show.

Kaye Adams, Strictly © BBC Kaye Adams, Strictly

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Sharing her excitement to take part in the upcoming series of Strictly, Adams revealed the competition will be a celebration of her reaching a milestone.

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The presenter explained: "I said I wanted to make the last year of my fifties memorable and I can't think of a better way of doing it than showing the world my two left feet. Pray for me!"

As well as being famed for her role on Loose Women, Adams also hosts the morning show on BBC Radio Scotland. Throughout her career Adams has worked for varying broadcasters including STV, BBC, ITV and Channel 5. She also this year launched her own podcast entitled How To Be 60 with Kaye Adams.

However, Adams won't be the first Loose Women star to throw some shapes on the Strictly dance floor as Judi Love and Ruth Langsford both previously took part in the competition.

Tess Daly, Claudia Winkleman, Strictly Come Dancing © BBC Tess Daly, Claudia Winkleman, Strictly Come Dancing

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Three other celebrities have already been confirmed for the series and many more announcements are set to come.

The 2022 Strictly line-up so far includes: Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps actor Will Mellor, Coronation Street actress Kym Marsh, and BBC Radio 2 star Richie Anderson.

Each famous face will be partnered up with a Strictly professional when the show returns to screens this autumn.

Strictly Come Dancing airs on BBC One.

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Strictly Come Dancing 2022 line-up as Kym Marsh and Will Mellor are confirmed .
The first few stars have been confirmed for the new series of Strictly Come Dancing after the show's launch date was confirmed Strictly has become British institution since making its debut on the BBC back in the summer of 2004. The first ever series was won by news reader Natasha Kaplinsky and since then ballroom champions have included Jill Halfpenny, Darren Gough, Kara Tointon, Abbey Clancy, the late Caroline Flack, Alesha Dixon and Bill Bailey.

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