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SNEAK PEAK: Strictly Come Dancing Give Len Goodman A Farewell Fit For A Panto King
Oh no they aren't! Oh yes they are! We'd give the judges a 10/10 for these festive panto get-ups.
Is it cold in here or is it just Judge Darsey Bussel?!
He's shimmied, he's smiled and he's guided Strictly Come Dancing's contestants through every routine, but after 12 years on the BBC dance competition Len Goodman will be hanging up his judging shoes.
The 72-year-old head judge won't be leaving without a royal farewell, with Goodman sporting a costume fit for a king in the show's festive special. Dressed in a gold crown and matching cape Len Goodman looks every bits like the King of the Ballroom in his last ever televised appearance on Strictly.
And his judging pals haven't escaped the panto makeover either...
The sneak-peak image comes after news of the Strictly veteran's last group dance in the Christmas special, which reportedly took place last Monday. King Len will be joined by celebrities, Frankie Bridge, Denise Lewis and Ainsley Harriott in the one-off special due to be aired on Christmas Day.
Craig Revel-Horwood has the most drastic wardrobe change, looking unrecognisable as the Wizard Of Oz's Lion while retired ballerina Darsey Bussel sends us chills with her Ice Queen glamour.
Bruno Tonioli dons a leather vest and white blouse for his huntsman inspired costume, perched at the end of the judges panel.
Keeeeeep dancing King Len!
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