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foxtrot

a ballroom dance in quadruple time, combining short and long steps in various sequences
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The foxtrot is a dance that began in 1914, usually danced to a big band in a way not dissimilar to the waltz.
The foxtrot is a popular dance onStrictly Come Dancingand has already made an appearance this series.
Here's all that you need to know about the foxtrot as well as the best and worst scores for the dance on Strictly.
But it was Jason Donovan who once again set the standard after the Australian actor stormed to the top of the leader board with his own foxtrot which got 33 out of 40 points.
Head judge Len Goodman said: "I was disappointed that two foxtrots were in the bottom two.
Taylforth and du Beke received 22 points out of a possible 40 from the judges for their foxtrot.
The couples had to choose to dance either a foxtrot or a salsa.