Aliona has been working, once again, with UltraFit Magazine
Strictly Show Stoppers
Strictly Come Dancing judges Len Goodman, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli look back over the past 9 series and personally select their best Strictly dances, giving us all the Strictly Greatest Hits!
Featuring much loved Strictly stars including Alesha Dixon, HARRY JUDD, Jason Donovan, Mark Ramprakash, MATT BAKER, Tom Chambers, Chris Hollins, Rachael Stevens, Anne Widdecombe, John Sargeant and Russell Grant
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Flawless were joined on the dance floor by Aliona, Natalie, Erin, Karen, Ola, FlaviaÂ and Kristina
Children’s Bafta Awards 2012
Aliona had the honour of presenting a Bafta at the Children’s Awards 2012 on Sunday 25th November 2012
She presented the BAFTA for Learning Primary
Getting ready for the Children’s BAFTA tonight!…very excited and honoured to present an award!
Â Presenting an award at Children’s BAFTA tonight…” The nominees for Learning Primary are…”
Fabrice and Aliona
So it is official, Aliona will be partnering Fabrice Muamba in the christmas special of Strictly Come Dancing:
Strictly fab! Muamba takes to dancefloor wearing a huge smile… just eight months after he collapsed on the pitch / By ALASDAIR GLENNIE
He can lift his dance partner as effortlessly as a professional â€“ with a broad smile to prove it.
So it’s hard to believe that this poised performer is Fabrice Muamba, who eight months ago collapsed in front of horrified fans in the middle of a televised football match after suffering a cardiac arrest.
But the 24-year-old has made an astonishing recovery and is now preparing to star in Strictly Come Dancing’s Christmas special, the Mail Online can reveal.
The Bolton Wanderers star’s partner will be professional dancer Aliona Vilani, 28.
Muamba retired from football in the summer on the advice of doctors after his collapse during an FA Cup game, and was fitted with a pacemaker.
He admitted his Strictly practice sessions were taking their toll.
‘This is definitely the hardest thing I have done since my recovery,’ he said.
Fabrice Muamba says training for Strictly is the hardest thing he has done since recovering from his collpase
But he confirmed that doctors had given him the all clear to compete, adding: ‘I’m feeling good now. I’ve already been training with Aliona for a week and there are no complaints.
‘But I have a new respect for dancers. I have always been a massive fan of Strictly so it is a pleasure to take part.’