Jess Wright gets Dirrty in Dance, Dance, Dance on ITV

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Here's a first look at ITV's new TV show Dance, Dance, Dance.

The series is a brand new entertainment show which seems to be a bit of a mix between Let's Dance and Strictly Come Dancing.


The show - which starts on Sunday, 8th January on ITV - will see celebrity contestants and their partner of choice recreate iconic pop video and dance movie sequences.

In these first look snaps, we see TOWIE's Jess Wright is performing Christina Aguilera's 'Dirrty' as a solo performance which features in episode two.

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Jess Wright on Dance, Dance, Dance

"My solo dance is Christina Aguilera’s song Dirrty. I’m doing the full on chaps and bra," says Jess. "It’s my favourite dance, I absolutely love it! I’m scared but it’s the style of dancing that’s my favourite.

"I just channel Christina in that video and try to be as sassy and sexy as possible. I’m going to be on national TV in chaps so that’s why I am trying to go to the gym a lot.

"It’s going to show a sexy side to me so it’ll be good. I’m just going to go for it and be confident"

Jess has chosen an old pal to dance with on the show but "never" planned on asking her bother Mark Wright, who made the final of Stirctly.


She claims: "Mark can’t dance! He did really well on Strictly, obviously he got to the final and stuff, but he’s no good at this kind of dance.

"Anyway, we would row terribly, we’d absolutely kill each other! "

Also seen in these previews is Emmerdale's' Fiona Wade performing Rihanna's Umbrella, again as a solo performance which features in episode one.

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Fiona Wade on Dance, Dance, Dance

Joining Fiona and Jess on the line up for the show are Coronation Street and Wild at Heart actress Lucy Jo Hudson, JLS singer JB Gill and Eastenders actor Jonny Labey.


The six episode run will be hosted by former Strictly judge Alesha Dixon and Will Best while world famous choreographer Tina Landon, dancer and choreographer Timor Steffens and dancer, choreographer and creator of BGT winning street dance crew, Diversity, Ashley Banjo, will judge the show.

Dance Dance Dance continues tonight, Sunday 15th January at 6.30pm on ITV.

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