Strictly’s Kate Silverton plans to bring her drunk dance moves to the ballroom

Kate Silverton has revealed she plans to bring some drunk dance moves to her next routine.


Kate and pro partner Aljaz Skorjanec score their best marks yet last Saturday night with a Foxtrot.

They danced to Why Don’t You Do Right from Who Framed Roger Rabbit for the Movie themed performance.

Speaking on It Takes Two about the dance, Kate reflected this week: “I’m still in shock from it. I loved every second, even the stumble. I missed the entire step! It was just in slow motion and I just had to style it out.”

Aljaz added: “It’s even more my favourite dance. I’ve always loved the slow foxtrot and the hardest thing about that is the control and to get that right, it was extremely difficult. It’s incredible for four days of practising to get that right.”

This weekend the pair will be dancing a Samba to ‘Africa’ by Toto.

“The steps are going slowly but we’re getting through it,” Aljaz said.


Kate revealed her optimism over the routine.

“There’s a move in there that I’ve done drunk dancing and it’s an actual move!” she enthused.

“And we’re doing it over and over again!” quipped Aljaz.

See all this week’s Strictly Come Dancing songs and dances HERE!

Strictly Come Dancing 2018 returns Saturday night at 6:45PM on BBC One. The results show airs Sunday at 7:45PM.

It Takes Two airs weeknights at 6:30PM Monday-Thursday and 6PM on Fridays.