Strictly ABCs (easy as 1️⃣2️⃣3️⃣) 🌐

Earlier this week we received a tweet from one of our lovely followers who’d experienced a very common symptom of Strictly Fever for us Strictly fans:

It got us thinking the phonetic alphabet must have been made by a strictly fan! It also got us wondering, if T is for Tango and F is for Foxtrot, what would the rest of the Strictly Phonetic Alphabet be?

Here is our take on the Strictly Alphabet:

A is for Anton the legend of Strictly

B is for Bruno who’s always effervescent!

C is for Craig who’s firm but fair (most of the time)

D is for Darcey the prima ballerina

E is for Elegant and poised, what our couples aspire to be, week after week.

F is for Foxtrot full of Hollywood Glamour

G is for Gleb famous for his specials 🦀

H is for Hip action the secret ingredient our judges look for in the Latin dances.

I is for Iridescent how sequins look on our screens.

J is for Jive full of bounce and energy.

K is for Kevin, Karen and Katya three of our favourite uh-may-zing pros!

L is for Len he’d have pickled his walnuts if he wasn’t in here!

M is for Mango a way to describe a tango! – that was a mango of a tango!

N is for Natalie and Neil two more of our favourite pros

O is for Opulent just like our favourite show

P is for Pasha (I love him more than words can describe) 😍

Q is for Quickstep – our favourite ballroom dance.

R is for Rumba – the dance of love

S is for Salsa and Samba full of spice and carnival flair

T is for Tango full of agression and passion!

U is for Uh-May-Zing said by Craig Revel Horwood when he’s in a good mood.

V is for Viennese Waltz which gets us in a whirl

W is for Winners of which there are many

X is for (e)xceptional which sums up Strictly week after week

Y is for Yay! Our reaction when strictly is on our screens.

Z is for Zoe the queen of it takes two!

We’d love to hear what your Strictly ABCs would be? Tell us by tweeting @scd_support or commenting below. We look forward to hearing from you.

Cassie 🙂 

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