Oti Mabuse, 31, will perform on stage above the rink of Dancing On Ice after leaving the serious.
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Oti Mabuse will perform on Dancing On Ice after leaving Serious with the Universe.
The 31-year-old will entertain skating fans with her moves after she leaves Serious School after seven years as a pro.
Dancers will perform on a stage above the rink as DOI experts skate around it.
“I am honored that Jayne and Christopher have choreographed talented professional skaters for this exceptional performance,” she said. Sun.
“What a dream come true to launch my I Am Here tour on Dancing On Ice this Sunday!
“This tour will be the end of the best chapter of my life and that’s my way of saying thank you to everyone who’s supported me on this journey.”
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TV bosses say Oti’s involvement will result in a “combination of ice and dance”.
Oti had an impressive career on the pitch and lifted Glitterball twice.
A source claims that Oti is becoming a bigger star than many celebrities on the show.
A TV insider said: “While BBC bosses are obviously saddened to see Oti go, it really does address the growing problem of finding celebrities. could match her attractiveness.
Announcing her departure on Instagram, she said: “It’s never been easy to say goodbye I’ve been on the most amazing TV show, Seriously Come Dancing for the last seven years and that’s it. an amazing time.
“Raise the glitter ball twice and have the most amazing journey with all of my celebs, but also meet and work with the team, crew, producers, celebrities and dancers Greatest professional!” she wrote.
“You guys are my family and I love you all forever. Thank you @sarahjamesface @ jack.will.g and @jasongilkison for truly believing in me.”
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Sharing how grateful she is for the film, she added: “I am truly grateful to the BBC and will always remember that Seriously and the BBC brought me to the UK – which I now call home and I I’ve learned and grown a lot. – Thank you from the bottom of my heart.”
She added a selection of photos to her heartfelt post alongside Ugo Monye, Anthony Ogogo, Danny Mac, Jonnie Peacock, Graeme Swann, Kelvin Fletcher and Bill Bailey.
Sarah James, Executive Producer of Strictly to Dance said: “Oti has been a really great part of Strict for the past seven years.
“Her energy, creativity and talent have contributed to many of the show’s most memorable moments and she will be sorely missed, not only by the viewers but the entire team.
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“She left a dazzling legacy behind, being the only professional dancer to win the Glitterball Trophy two years in a row.
“We couldn’t be more proud of Oti and what she’s achieved on the show. She will always be the heart of our Strict family and we wish her every success in her inherent future. her bright.”
In addition to her new project on DOI, she will also present the ITV dating show Romeo & Duet.
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