Becky Hill, a dancer from Bewdley, appears in the Strictly Come Dancing finale.

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The number-one performer, who was born and raised not far from the Wyre Forest/Shropshire border, gave Strictly viewers renditions of Crazy What Love Can Do, My Heart Goes (La Di Da), and Remember.

For Becky’s medley, professional dancers Giovanni Pernice and Luba Mushtuk from Strictly came out on stage.
The singer from Bewdley has had a busy year, giving performances at the Women’s Euro final and the Commonwealth Games.

After Robbie Williams, Adam Lambert, and George Ezra had already performed on the 2022 series, Becky revealed earlier in the week that she couldn’t wait to be the first female guest artist.

Following the special broadcast on Saturday commemorating the 100th anniversary of the BBC, the results program featured a dance-off between comedian Jayde Adams and singer-actress Molly Rainford.

Adams and her professional partner Karen Hauer did their Charleston routine again to Victoria Wood’s comedy song The Ballad Of Barry And Freda (Let’s Do It).

They received a score of 28 for their performance on Saturday, with judge Motsi Mabuse praising Adams as “one of the greatest” performers but feeling that her dancing technique needed to be improved at this point in the competition.

While Rainford and her partner Carlos Gu performed their couples’ choice routine to the Grange Hill Theme Tune once more, which judge Anton Du Beke had referred to as a “safe” option in the live performance. Rainford and Carlos Gu had previously earned the highest score of the competition thus far.

After the second dance for both couples, the judges unanimously decided to save Rainford and boot Adams from the competition.
As the “greatest thing I have ever done in my life,” the comedian has called her stint on Strictly Come Dancing.

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