A Kazakhstani dancer, Aliona Vilani earned fame for her role on the series "Strictly Come Dancing."
Scot faces anxious Strictly wait
Retired Dumfries businessman Michael Pattie faces an anxious wait until Friday to find out if he has won The People's Strictly for Comic Relief.Strictly dancer renews vaccine call
A Dumfries man who competed in The People's Strictly for Comic Relief renews a call to speed up the introduction of a Meningitis B vaccine.The 'everyday heroes' replacing celebrities on Strictly Come Dancing for Comic Relief
Six men and women from across the UK - including a Royal Marine who joked 'Well, there go my dancing days' after losing his leg in a blast in Afghanistan - will take a turn under the glitterball for the episodes."Surreal, daunting, exciting, humbling" - Scots businessman on his The People's Strictly experience
MICHAEL Pattie has a few responses when asked to describe his experience on The People's Strictly, a dance competition for Comic Relief 2015.
Full Aliona Vilani News
In 1997, aged 13, she moved to the United States and joined the Kaiser Dance Academy in Brooklyn, New York.
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