Strictly Come Dancing decide Anton Du Beke has opened up on the attainable exit of long-standing co-star Craig Revel Horwood.
Craig has been a decide on the present since its inception in 2004, however has lately been hinting at a departure from the present.
“I hope Craig does the present ceaselessly,” Anton informed The Mirror. “He’s such an necessary half and he provides a lot.”
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Anton continued by heaping reward on his fellow decide and commending his “presence”.
“Craig can get away with delivering his verdict in a single phrase. I can’t do this, I bodily can’t say only one phrase. It’s an innate ability and you need to have a sure presence to get away with it.”
He adopted up by reminiscing on a few of Craig’s harsher critiques from the “early days” of Strictly.
“A few of the issues he would say had been dreadful. He’d inform folks, ‘You’re a humiliation to your self and your loved ones.’ It was slicing.
“He’s softened now – these new contestants do not know what they get away with.”
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Craig lately opened up a couple of attainable exit from the present as soon as he turns 60.
“I am now the identical age  because the late, nice Len Goodman was when he first began – that is scary, is not it?!” he mentioned, earlier than admitting that he needed “to get pleasure from life” at 60.
The present season of Strictly Come Dancing is now underway, with the road up together with EastEnders actor Bobby Brazier and Love Island star Zara McDermott.
Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday nights on BBC One, whereas spin-off Strictly: It Takes Two airs on weeknights from September 25 on BBC Two. Each reveals can be found to stream on BBC iPlayer.
Charlie Duncan is a contract information reporter for Digital Spy.