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Strictly Come Dancing star Anton Du Beke addresses his 'destructive' past

“I wanted to be Fred Astaire but couldn’t see how I’d get from a church hall in Sevenoaks, dancing a four step by the boys’ toilets, to the silver screen,” he shrugged while chatting with the Daily Mail.

“Everyone else on the competition circuit had started when they were three or four, and I was on the hurry-up.

“I was an outsider, never at the top table.”

He also went on to joke that he owed a long-overdue apology to his former dance partner, Erin Boag.


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