Strictly Come Dancing recruited its new star Kelvin Fletcher final week when it was introduced Jamie Laing injured himself.
While it’s extremely unhappy for the Made In Chelsea star, followers of Emmerdale are extremely excited to see Kelvin arrive on the ground and battle it out for the Glitterball.
The actor not too long ago featured on a new video clip posted by the Strictly Twitter account, which gave viewers their first glimpse of Kelvin’s fashion.
The tweet learn: “After touchdown a number one function in #Strictly, we will not wait to see actor @kelvin_fletcher convey some drama to the dancefloor.”
During the video he introduced he felt a “little bit alien” about taking over the present, and carrying the flowery costumes the present is famend for.
However, after approaching the topic, Kelvin then spoke candidly about why he has an advantage in the competitors.
He stated: “As an actor I can convey the story, the narrative in every efficiency.
“If I can not try this, then… would possibly as properly surrender as an actor, hadn’t I?”
Kelvin then divulged particulars about the place he is garnering inspiration from in his life.
He confessed: “My dancing idol, I assume is my dad.
“Because rising up watching him dance to Northern Soul… he used to do the little shimmy on the dance flooring and I used to suppose: ‘Oooh he looks cool’”.
With a smile, he concluded: “Now’s my chance to try and emulate him.”
While not most of the contestants this yr have a lot dancing expertise, may Kelvin have teased his already slightly-honed expertise?
Meanwhile, Jamie Laing not too long ago appeared on This Morning to focus on his brief time the present, and his damage.
Naturally, the subject of his return to the present in 2020 got here up in dialog with Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
However, when requested whether or not he would have the ability to return to the present subsequent yr he merely stated: “I don’t know.”
Pointing in direction of his injured foot, he continued: “It’s not an extended standing factor, this.
“You know, it’s a kind of reveals that everybody needs to do, and everybody needs be part of it.
“But on the similar time you’ve gotta have a look at issues with positivity”.
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 continues on September 21 on BBC One.