Monday , October 19 2020

Strictly’s Motsi Mabuse on racism, motherhood and shaking up this year’s show – The Sun, Thesun.co.uk


MOTSI Mabuse might well spend Christmas Day collapsed in an exhausted heap.

For the past three monthsStrictly Come Dancing’s newest judgehas been mainly performing on pure adrenalin, flying back and forth between filming commitments in the UK and her home in Germany, while also running her dance school and being mum to a lively – month-old daughter.

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Strictly’s newest judge Motsi Mabuse has had a busy year, juggling two shows, a dance school and motherhood: Credit: David Titlow
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  • And as we head towards the Strictly grand final next weekend, she says she’s expecting the crazy schedule to catch up with her any day now.

    “Maybe because I’m excited all the time, my body is keeping up… So far! I haven’t felt exhaustion yet. Probably on Christmas Day it’ll suddenly hit me.

    “I’ve traveled all my life as a dancer, although I have a baby now so there’s a big difference and I’m very careful about what time I spend away from home and where I am. So it’s been a balancing act, ”she says.

  • South-African-born Motsi, (**************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************,was the surprise appointment tothe judging panel, joining Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli afterDarcey Bussell quit this summer.

    ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************* () **************With Strictly approaching the grand final next weekend she expects the crazy schedule to catch up with her any day nowCredit: David Titlow********************

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