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Strictly Come Dancing: Greatest Dancer winner joins professional dancer line-up

A triumphant entertainer on BBC One’s The Greatest Dancer is to join Strictly Come Dancing’s proficient line-up.

Poland’s Jowita Przystal, who won 2020’s series of The Greatest Dancer with accomplice Michael Danilczuk, is one of four new increases to the group.

Ukraine’s Nikita Kuzmin, South Africa’s Cameron Lombard and Kai Widdrington from the UK have likewise been enrolled.

The declaration comes after Anton Du Beke and Janette Manrara left the master artist line-up to take on different jobs.

Du Beke is to supplant Bruno Tonioli on the making a decision about board for the following series of Strictly, having momentarily filled in for Motsi Mabuse in 2020.

Manrara, in the interim, is supplanting Zoe Ball as the host of Strictly’s side project show Strictly: It Takes Two.

Aljaž Škorjanec, Giovanni Pernice, Gorka Marquez, Graziano Di Prima, Johannes Radebe and Neil Jones will get back to finish the male unexpected of experts.

They will be joined by their returning female partners Amy Dowden, Dianne Buswell, Karen Hauer, Katya Jones, Luba Mushtuk, Nadiya Bychkova, Nancy Xu and Oti Mabuse.

Mabuse will be comfortable with Przystal, having been a VIP dance skipper on The Greatest Dancer before it was cut out last year after its subsequent series.

Przystal portrayed joining Strictly as her “greatest dream work out as expected”, adding: “I’m actually squeezing myself to check in case this is genuine.

“I’m past eager to join the Strictly Come Dancing family and I can hardly wait to give my entire being on that dance floor.”

The 26-year-old began formal dancing at 12 years old and is an Open Latin Champion in her local country.

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She joined the cast of visiting dance organization Burn the Floor in 2015 preceding moving to the UK in 2019.