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Strictly star reveals BBC show hosts auditions at ‘secret location’ ahead of new series

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HRVY revealed Strictly Come Dancing hosts pre-show auditions ahead of the beloved BBC One series.This week, loyal viewers are excitedly preparing for the return of the highly anticipated Movie Week special which will see contestants embody the persona of a beloved movie character and bring them to life on the dance floor.

The jam-packed show is set to see songstress Fleur East transform into the Little Mermaid, EastEnders star James Bye take on the role of a popular Marvel character and Coronation Street ’s Will Mellor become Johnny Castle from Dirty Dancing. READ MORE: Strictly's Kym Marsh says husband 'couldn't care less' about infamous 'curse'Now, the former ballroom contestant has lifted the lid on the elaborate audition process which happens behind closed doors ahead of the launch of the dance competition.During an exclusive Facebook Live chat with Daily Star, HRVY revealed how he was sent to a private audition before he was confirmed as part of the 2020 line-up.He explained: “At the beginning when you first audition – well, they call you up and ask you if you want to do it and you say, ‘Yeah’.“And then you go to like an audition where they just kind of like do a few steps with you just to see if you can actually move at all.“I remember doing it with Luba a year before, and it was just strange because you just went into this random room and you were just doing, ‘One, two, step.

One, two, step’.”He confessed that the process itself only took five or ten minutes to see whether the celebrities who had agreed to take part in the show were fit to dance throughout the 14-week series.The chart-topper added: “I did it for like five minutes, and then they said, ‘Thank you so much, that’s great’ and I said, ‘Is that it?’ and.

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