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Seriously coming to Dancing 2022: Meet professional Cameron Lombard, who is ‘replacing’ Aljaz Skorjanec

Serious to Dancing’s Aljaz Skorjanec recently confirmed that he is quitting the BBC series after nine years and it looks like defending South African Latin champion Cameron Lombard could be his replacement.

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Seriously coming to Dancing introducing new professional dancers in 2021

Seriously coming to Dancing 2022 is setting the stage for a new professional artist to shine on the dance floor this year in the form of Cameron Lombard.

Cameron did indeed join the BBC series in 2021, but this year he will take center stage as he looks set to be assigned a celebrity partner.

The South African Latin champion is believed to be the official replacement for Aljaz Skorjanec, who announced his retirement from the program recently.

It comes after the official professional lineup of the official acting choreographer team for 2022 was confirmed on March 31.

Fans are excited that many familiar faces will return, including Graziano Di Prima, Giovanni Pernice, Katya Jones and Nadiya Bychkova.

Luba Mushtuk, Jowita Przystal, Johannes Radebe, Kai Widdrington and Nancy Xu also cut, along with Cameron.

Who is Cameron Lombard?






Cameron Lombard is a South African defending champion Latina dancer appearing on Dance Come Dancing

Cameron Lombard is a South African Latin champion defending dancer.

He has won an impressive 18 national titles on Ballroom and Latin during his career.

Cameron started dancing at the age of six, and within a year had won local and regional competitions.

He was a finalist for South Africa’s Got Talent in 2012 and he represented his country at the World Championships in 2019.

Why did Aljaz Skorjanec give up seriousness when it came to the dance?







Aljaz Skorjanec, pictured here with Sara Davies, dropped Prohibition after nine years
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Aljaž has been on Strictly for nine years, and when he announced that he was leaving the show recently, he explained that he already knew that 2021 would be his last time on the rigorous floor in a time.

“A little while ago, I made the difficult decision that Seriously 2021 will be my last year. The show has given me the opportunity and freedom to create and express myself in front of millions of people. every weekend for the past 9 years,” he wrote. Instagram.

The move comes after Aljaž’s wife, Janette Manrara, quit the show after a stint in 2020, and was subsequently announced as the new presenter of the hit BBC Two TV programme.

Who will replace? Aljaz Skorjanec when seriously come to dance?







Cameron is said to be the official replacement for Aljaz
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Cameron could collaborate with a celebrity later this year
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It was reported that Cameron was the official replacement for Aljaz after he decided to give up his role in the serious TV series.

According to The Sun, a source said: “Cameron is a huge character and an extremely talented dancer. He is very disappointed that he did not have a co-star for the final series but 2022 is set to be set. establishment is his year.

“He’s been a favorite with the seriously hardcore fans who’ve seen him tour, and bosses are confident mainstream audiences will follow,” the insider added.

The Mirror has contacted a representative for Serious to Dancing to request comment.

Seriously to Dancing returns with BBC One later this year.

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