Strictly Come Dancing made history with the first ever same-sex dance routine.
The BBC ballroom and latin dance competition has been urged to start including same-sex dance couples in future series of the show but bosses revealed that the 2018 show will stick to the male/female partners.
However, professional dancer AJ Pritchard exclusively reveals in Attitude’s October issue that for the first time ever, there will be same-sex dance routines performed by the professional dancers - and Sunday’s results show didn’t fail to meet our expectations.
Performing to Imagine Dragons, the show opened with the dancers partnering up with a partner of the same-sex and gave viewers a taste of what could be in store for future series.
Many dancers and judges – including head judge Shirley Ballas – have backed introducing same-sex dance couples to the show.
Watch the performance below:
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