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The equipment you need to dance like a Strictly star

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Strictly Come Dancing has no doubt inspired many Britons to hit the floor and take up ballroom and latin dance classes themselves. This video takes it back to basics and runs through the kit you need if you're planning to unleash your inner Fred Astaire or Ginger Rogers

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