Strictly Come Dancing’s Anton du Beke mistaken for another celebrity


Come strictly dance the valiant Anton du Beke recalled the time when he was forced to sign an autograph as Gavin et StaceyIt’s Rob Brydon.

Rest with Time, the 54-year-old professional choreographer explained that he is often mistaken for the star, recalling an incident: “It was Strictly first series, and I’m dancing with Lesley Garrett and I think I’m the most famous person in the world right now.

“And this woman said, ‘Oh, I like your show, please sign my program,’ so I signed it, ‘Much love, Anton du Beke’, and she said, ‘No , Rob Brydon. Write your name correctly. “‘”

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Approaching the embarrassing encounter with good grace, he ended up playing with the woman’s case of mistaken identity.

“I said, ‘No, I’m Anton.’ She said, “No you’re not, stop messing around.” “So I had to re-sign him with” Much love, Rob Brydon “,” he added, before concluding: “It’s showbiz.”

In all fairness, there is some similarities between the two TV stars …

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On the other side of the conversation, Brydon himself recently suggested that the rotating sitcom Gavin et Stacey in a movie “would be a mistake”.

“You sometimes assume that if it were to become a movie it would somehow rise up, and I think that’s a misnomer,” he said. Digital spy.

“I think it’s a mistake. I think maybe if James [Corden] et Ruth [Jones] decided to do another special, that would be wonderful, but I don’t subscribe at all to the idea that a movie from a TV show somehow elevates it and takes it to another level. I don’t see it myself. ”

Come strictly dance continues next Saturday (October 31) on BBC One.

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