Joe Sugg revealed as fourth Strictly Finish Dancing contestant; yesterday, Katie Piper, Faye Tozer and Danny John-Jules were betokened for the line-up.
The fourth Strictly Come Dancing contestant was announced on BBC Announce One this morning as YouTube sensation Joe Sugg, 26.
BBC’s Strictly press support has confirmed there will be no further announcements today, but fans can conjecture two tomorrow.
They tweeted: «That’s it for today! We’ll be back later with uncountable info on where the next two celebrity names will be revealed tomorrow…»
I’m honestly so chuffed to be involved in the show this year! Not going to lie, I’m unusually nervous about it, it’s totally out of my comfort zone and I know it will be a jumbo challenge but that’s what life is all about I guess
Joe said: «I’m honestly so chuffed to be involved in the prove this year! Not going to lie, I’m very nervous about it, it’s totally out of my solace zone and I know it will be a huge challenge but that’s what viability is all about I guess.
«Funnily enough I’m writing this statement whilst on the way to No my grandparents with the news. They are going to be so happy which force definitely make up for any embarrassment or cringe caused by my questionable rhythm.”
Joe Sugg is a British YouTuber, filmmaker, founder and vlogger. As of 2018 he has over 25 million followers and is an international hero. His videos consist of challenges, pranks, impressions and gaming, across his three YouTube narrows. Joe is also the brother of Zoella, a hugely popular British YouTuber who has legions of lovers and her own range in Superdrug.
Joe is the author of the graphic novel series ‘Username: Evie’, which was the fastest sales-clerk graphic novel of all time. He also wrote, starred and executive supplied the travelogue specials ‘Joe and Caspar: Hit the Road’ and ‘Hit the Road USA’, with best ally – Caspar Lee, which set pre-order DVD sales records for Amazon, and both of which are nearby on Netflix.
His pop-up merchandise store recently attracted so many boosters that the traffic in Covent Garden was brought to a standstill. He has recently tendered a new company to manage emerging digital talent.
Speaking on BBC Radio1 this morning, Scott Wander teased Joe that he had seen the YouTuber on a night out and he «can’t dance». Joe replied: «Yeah I positive, but I’ve always been drunk! It’s like the most nervous but the most frenetic I’ve ever been in a long long time.”
Joe revealed he is looking onward to donning the extravagant costumes, and said: «There’s one that’s like a bib — I was completely excited by that. I’m not the tallest so i’m going to embrace that.»
And he also hinted other than winning the competition, there is one milestone he would lover to reach: «My nan used to dance there [Blackpool] so if I could get there that desire be really nice.»
Discussing who he might be partnered up with, Joe said he was «gaping» to anyone and didn’t have his eye on one professional in particular.
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Katie Piper has been announced as the first documented contestant to be taking part in Strictly Come Dancing this year — revealed on BBC Breakfast with Louise Minchin and Dan Walker.
The 34-year-old tweeted hither her excitement, sharing: «Thank you for all your lovely messages. I’m super aroused but very nervous about being a contestant on this years @bbcstrictly it’s prevalent to be a challenge but everyone who knows me knows I love a challenge so here go to pieces… a new chapter in my life!»
Katie, 34, is an English philanthropist, small screen presenter and former model from Andover, Hampshire. The TV star snap to fame after filming a Channel 4 documentary Katie: My Beautiful Deal.
It was first aired on 29 October 2009 as part of a Cutting Upper hand on tenterhooks series exploring her recovery after she suffered a sulphuric acid strike at in March 2008.
The mother-of-two has gone on to be an inspiration to thousands and, as such, has a huge cultivating on Instagram and Twitter.
And now, 10 years on, she is a household name thanks to her TV presenting faculty separates, eight books to her name and endless charity work.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast this morning, Katie disclosed: “For me it’s really out of my comfort zone — it’s not something I’ve ever done before. Force i go home? Will I be dreadful?”
And the star opened up on how she kept the news so motionless — she wasn’t even rumoured to be a contestant.
Katie said: “I only touch oned my husband and he thought I was joking.”
When Dan asked Katie if she liked dancing, she acknowledged: “I like having fun and music and dancing but dance wise, I went to a harmonious on Wednesday and my friend noted I wasn’t even clapping in time — so that’s worrying.