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Strictly 2014: Darcey Bussell Reveals Plans To Leave Show With Len Goodman?

We’ve seen enough panel changes on The X Factor to cover pretty much every other reality TV show out there.

So imagine our shock when we heard Darcey Bussell talking about leaving Strictly Come Dancing with Len Goodman.

ERM NO THANK YOU ACTUALLY.

Strictly 2014: Darcey Bussell Reveals Plans To Leave Show With Len Goodman?
By MazSight

We’re still gutted about Arlene Phillips leaving, so we’re not sure our hearts could cope with this.

Thankfully, this isn’t quite so serious as it sounds, and those plans don’t look to be put into action for a good few years yet. THANK GOD.

Darcey, 45, has been talking about her experience on the show, and has admitted that she can’t imagine things without 70-year-old Len in the head seat after all he’s taught her.

Us neither tbh.

Strictly 2014: Darcey Bussell Reveals Plans To Leave Show With Len Goodman?
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She admitted: “Len is as iconic as Sir Bruce Forsyth was so it’s very hard to imagine not having him there.

“Especially for me because I just love the technical things he says and I’m learning so much from his life as a ballroom dancer.

“I don’t think Len will go anytime soon. If he goes I might go.”

If you could just not leave ever Len, that would be great thanks.

Strictly 2014: Darcey Bussell Reveals Plans To Leave Show With Len Goodman?
By MazSight

She also spilled the beans on sitting next to critical Craig Revel Horwood, revealing that she still hasn’t actually learnt her lesson in predicting what will come up on his score paddle.

You’ll work it out soon, Darcey.

She told OK! Magazine: “I always think he’s going to be nicer than he is and I feel like the most stupid person ever because I’m so shocked.

“He’s been much more positive with his criticism and then he brings out a hideous score and I go, ‘Hang on a minute, were we watching the same performance?’ He says, ‘Darce, I will not give a 10 this season.’ Rubbish.”

Strictly 2014: Darcey Bussell Reveals Plans To Leave Show With Len Goodman?
By MazSight

Well we hope that’s not true Craig!

The competition heats up this weekend as the remaining couples head to Blackpool to do battle in the famous Tower Ballroom.

And after last weekend’s shocker, when Caroline Flack found herself in the bottom two despite a sterling performance, we imagine all the couples are more nervous than ever before!

Strictly 2014: Darcey Bussell Reveals Plans To Leave Show With Len Goodman?
By MazSight

Good luck everyone!

And make sure you pick up Darcey and Len on your way!

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Jolene Creighton

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