Published: 19:00, 22 February 2018
| Updated: 21:21, 22 February 2018
Strictly star Brendan Cole has been sharing some show gossip and revealing more about his new tour on kmfm.
The controversial dancer, who brings his show All Night Long, to two local theatres this month, revealed surprising news about his glitterball trophy, which he won on the BBC show in its first year with newsreader Natasha Kaplinksy, on kmfm Breakfast.
The New Zealander, who was on the Breakfast show with Garry and Laura this week, was, with Anton du Beke, the only remaining original professional dancer on the show, until his contract was not renewed this year.
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He told the pair that his new show will "bring the magic of Strictly to theatres".
"I want to have a party on night on stage," he said, revealing that the show was very much a two-way interaction. "It's like having a night with them rather than them just coming along to watch it. Every night is different," he added.
Brendan was a judge on the New Zealand version of Strictly, and he said of judging alongside Craig Revel Horwood: "We clashed big time on the show. It was proper handbags at dawn on there. He is my favourite judge on the show," but said the pair were good friends behind the scenes.
He also played Say It and took on Strictly colleague Anton du Beke's score, after he appeared on the show last month. The show includes a cast of championships dancers and a 13-piece band and singers.
It is at the Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells on Tuesday, March 6 and the Churchill Theatre, Bromley, on Sunday, March 25.
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