Harry Judd wins Strictly Come Dancing as McFly make it a pro-celebrity two-step
HARRY Judd has won televised pro-celebrity dance show Strictly Come Dancing. Harry Judd now makes it two in a row for his band McFly, following in the steps of Dougie Poynter, King of the I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here jungle.
For a long time all eyes were on Ola Jordan’s midriff. Indeed, if McFly are to tour again we invite them to include Ola as kind of Bez at the front of stage. It could only go well.
Congratulations, then, to Harry Judd. Before the baffled eyes of Bruce Forsyth, Judd accepted his massive Glitterball trophy, and blessedly did not use the word “journey” in his valedictory speech, thus breaking from his Strictly contract and revealing the revellious streak we look for in our musical stars.
Said Harry Judd:
“All I can say is, from the bottom of heart thank you to everyone for voting for Aliona and me. I’ve been on the best show on TV and I’m just honoured.”
Heady days for Harry Judd and McFly. On Twitter, Dougie Poynter notes:
“I have a queen!!!!!! Thanks so much guys! This is ace!!!”
And two fledgling princes. What next, then, for the McFly boys? Will Danny Jones win MasterChef? Has Tom Fletcher got it in him to win Celebrity Big Brother?
Two more victories in the white heat of televised celebrity challenges and McFly could be heading to the showbiz stratosphere. We’re talking TV show, people. The new Monkees. You read it here first…