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Bussell

Darcey (Andrea). born 1969, British ballet dancer, principal ballerina with the Royal Ballet from 1989
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It was a strictly great jive as Darcey Bussell presented the contestants with a certificate
Former ballerina Bussell, 49, announced she was stepping down after seven years on the panel.
Gillian Anderson, Joanne Clifton and Darcey Bussell
Bussell, who has excelled in a new career judging the efforts of celebrities and professionals on Strictly dance floor, said she owed everything to dance and felt something was missing in her life without it.
Bussell, who has excelled in a new career judging the efforts of celebrities and professionals on the Strictly dance floor, said she owed everything to dance and felt something was missing in her new life without it.
Singing teacher Aaron Newland-Bentley tweeted: "Proud of our wonderful BA 3rd years performing for Darcy Bussell today at @TheHammond1 well done!" Darcey herself posted a photo of the students with the message: "So good to see so many people enjoying #DDMIX (Diverse Dance Mix) at the wonderful @TheHammond1 school in Chester.
DARCEY BUSSELL: LOOKING FOR FRED ASTAIRE BBC1, 10.45pm STRICTLY judge and ballerina Darcey Bussell, pictured, is a charming host as she explores the dancing legend that is Fred Astaire.
Alexandra Burke, 29, was joined by boyfriend Josh, while judge Darcey Bussell, 48, and Mollie King, 30, also looked ready to let off steam after Saturday's final.
After losing a dance-off with chef Simon Rimmer, Brian, 56, labelled judge Darcey Bussell "horny" as he exited the show last night.
STRICTLY judge Darcey Bussell wants to revive Britain's dance halls - and hopes fellow panellist Len Goodman will help to launch her crusade.