Myleene Klass backs Stepping Out's Laurence and Jackie Llewelyn-Bown
Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and his wife Jackie have received celebrity backing from Myleene Klass as the Cotswold couple bid to make it through to the finals of ITV show, Stepping Out.
The singer, musician, model and TV presenter, 35, tweeted: “Please vote for @LlewelynBowen & @JLlewelynBowen tonight on @SteppingOutUK. This man was BORN to jive in ruffles, sequins and chiffon. #LLB”
But Laurence, who lives in Siddington, appears to be nervous ahead of Saturday’s semi-finals, comparing his and Jackie’s routine to Ann Widdecombe on Strictly Come Dancing.
He tweeted: “O dear ....! What a terrible afternoon @SteppingOutUK please support your ELDERLY Pasa Doblè istas we're currently SubWiddecombe...!”
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The Cotswolds couple,who live in Siddington, were third on the leader board last Saturday, achieving their highest score of the series with 39.
Dempsey and Makespeace stars Glynis Barber and Michael Brandon left the show, after the judge's scores were combined with viewers' votes.
Also going through were Rachael Cordingley and Carl Froch, Brian McFadden and Vogue Williams and JLS star Oritse and his partner AJ Azari.
A twist to the format this week will see the couples swap partners.
The show sees real-life couples dancing in front of judges Mel B, Jason Gardiner and Wayne Sleep.
Laurence originally found fame in 1996 as the extrovert designer on BBC’s Changing Rooms, where each week he had 48 hours and £500 to make-over a room for a member of the public.
At its peak the show had 13 million viewers, and watching the home-owners’ reactions, ranging from delighted and surprised to horrified, was as fascinating as the schemes.