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From Strictly pros to living room rookies, dancers refused to let Covid-19 stop them in their steps.
Robin Olive provides performing arts classes, mostly dance, to physically or intellectually disabled people of all ages. Without the studio to go to during lockdown, she turned her attention to online classes instead, with a free daily dance class. Meaning the usual students, and many new ones globally, didn’t have to miss out on their extremely beneficial and positive pastime.
The government-branded ad saying 'Rethink. Reskill. Reboot' has been circulating on Twitter.
The head judge even pointed out that she'd been partnered with a woman when she was first learning to dance.
The dance troupe's Britain's Got Talent performance won some very high-profile support.
Nicola Adams will make TV history as one half of Strictly's first all-female duo when the show returns this Autumn.
The dance troupe leader insisted: "A lot of the negativity shows exactly why this performance was needed."
The Black Lives Matter-inspired routine was met with widespread praise, but also led to some viewers complaining to Ofcom.
"I love Bruno for the entertainment value, but nothing else," he said.