Fleur East says she ‘won’t lose her strength’ after serious final

Fleur East has said she is “not going to lose her powers” despite being asked to control it from time to time during her time on Strictly Come Dancing.

He’s a singer and radio DJ, 35, who delivered a number of standout performances during his time on the BBC programme, including receiving a unique perfect score of 40 for the entire show. 2022 series series.

She will now compete against three other couples in the show’s epic finale on Saturday for the coveted glittering trophy with professional dance partner Vito Coppola.

Responding to the judges’ comments about her prowess in the dance competition, she said, “I mean, I didn’t even know about this strength until I came to Serious. I have never heard this word so many times.

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Fleur East and her partner Vito Coppola will compete against three other couples in the show’s final on Saturday (Guy Levy/BBC/PA)

“I just thought it was something that got me through life. I have faced a lot of challenges, losing my father is the biggest challenge, Seriously is probably the second one after that. My strength, I guess, is what gets me through, it’s like my superpower.

“I don’t know how I get through each day. People ask me ‘How are you doing your radio show? How am I doing rigorously for three months and juggling all of this?’, and I guess that’s my inner strength, that’s my strength and I never want to lose that thing. there.”

She added: “I remember Motsi (Mabuse) saying ‘Maybe it’s just something we’re not used to seeing and don’t lose your strength’.

“Honestly, I think all the constructive criticism from the judges was tough, but it made me who I am now and it made me the dancer I am today. hours, and I wouldn’t be able to do some of the dances that we’ve done without their feedback.

“It was a difficult love because without their guidance, and without all the notes they gave me, I wouldn’t be able to dance like I do now. So I’m grateful for the whole experience and I’m not going to lose my strength, I’m going to stay strong.”

After overcoming the dreaded dance routine on Monday, East and Coppola will perform three dance moves in the final, a samba to Arrow’s song Hot Hot Hot, which was chosen by the judges.

They will also perform a dance of their choice, an energetic dance from the Destiny’s Child megamix, followed by a dance on Sigma’s Find Me show starring Birdy.

East has said it is “surreal” for them to reach the final and feels it would be a “miracle” if they win as they have been through such a turbulent journey.

“I think when we got to Blackpool, it felt like we won, getting to the final was like an even bigger win, to actually win, I mean, I don’t even knew what we were going to do,” she admitted.

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The singer added that performing the dance chosen by the couple, which earned them a perfect score, would be especially poignant as it was a “special” performance for them.

She said: “The absolute score is unbelievable but for us (but) it was amazing because we spend it with our family and it has a real emotional feeling behind it.”

Coppola added that if they win, he’ll give his share to East’s father because he’s the reason she signed up.

He’s a huge fan and you’re doing this for him, we’re doing this for him,” he said.

The dancer partners have formed a close bond during their time together, and they hope to continue their long-lasting friendship after the finale, with Fleur revealing she’s booked. for Coppola for a new music video next year.

Fleur will face wildlife presenter Hamza Yassin, TV presenter Helen Skelton and actor and singer Molly Rainford in the final after Will Mellor became the 11th celebrity to leave. BBC One dance competition on Monday.

Strict Come Dancing: The Final will be broadcast live on Saturday at 7:15pm, on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

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