ITV’s brand new show ‘Dance, Dance, Dance’ is set to air on Sunday (8 January), and presenter Will Best has made a bold claim about the programme, declaring that it’s “cooler” than ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
The all-new format will see celebrity contestants performing dance routines, but rather than learning ballroom with the help of a pro, they’ll be recreating iconic music videos and performances.
Speaking to Digital Spy, Will has praised the stars taking part, promising that viewers are in for a treat.
“I knew going into it that they’d chosen the celebs because they knew they were going to be good, but I don’t think anyone predicted how good,” he says, before adding: “So I say it’s slightly camp, but actually, it’s kind of cool. It’s a lot cooler than your Strictlys and some of those other shows.”
Hmmm… we’re not going to make snap judgements before the show airs, but making a ‘Strictly’ comparison this early on is quite a bold move.
The programme is hosted by Will and Alesha Dixon, and we’ve already been given a sneak peek at what to expect, with this clip from Fiona’s performance of Rihanna’s ‘Umbrella’ video: