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New 'Strictly Come Dancing' professional is definitely set to get tongues wagging this season

Italian dancer Graziano Di Prima has joined the BBC programme

2018-05-30

Following the sudden departure of long-running professional dancer Brendan Cole, BBC has not failed to replace him with one of the hottest men out there.

Graziano Di Prima has represented Belgium at the World Championships as well as placing in the top 24 at the Latin World Championships in the under 21 category. 

And we cannot wait to see what the 24 year old has to offer on the dance floor when Strictly Come Dancing returns this year, and judging by his social media accounts, he is likely to be dancing topless.

 

πŸ”₯CHI NON ESPRIME SE STESSO NON È LIBEROπŸ”₯. @giada.lini #dance #passion #togheter #freedom #couple #burnthefloor #picoftheday #musically #rithm #ritmo #enjoy #emozioni #emotions

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#DAY OFF!!! Done for today!!πŸ’ͺ🀯πŸ’ͺ #dayoff #gymmotivation #donefortoday #shoulders #abs #triceps #fitness #workout #worldtour #btf #picoftheday

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Speaking about his new Strictly stint, the handsome choreographer enthused: "This is my dream come true! I still can’t believe I will be one of the professional dancers on Strictly Come Dancing. I can’t wait to give all of myself on the dance floor!"

Di Prima is also joined by two other newcomers  Johannes Radebe, 31, and Luba Mushtuk, 28.

Russian Mushtuk is a four-time winner of the Italian Dance Championship and was ranked second in the European 10 Dance Championships and was a finalist in the Latin European Championship and has also been the assistant choreographer on Strictly Come Dancing since 2016.

And South African Radebe has been dancing on his country's version of the hit show for the past two years as well as being a two-time Professional South African Latin Champion and three-time South African Latin Champion.