Meet the professional dancers looking for love on new reality series I Like The Way U Move

Meet the professional dancers looking for love on new BBC Three reality series I Like The Way U Move Dropping as a boxset on BBC iPlayer on Sunday 17 October, I Like The Way U Move is a brand new BBC Three reality series, where professional dancers and rookie non-dancers compete to find their perfect partner both on and off the dance floor


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Renowned choreographer, dancer and actress, Kaelynn “KK” Harris, is the resident dance expert, and is joined by a glittering array of guest judges. The series also features Jamie Laing, who himself is no stranger to the dance floor, having reached last year’s Strictly final.

In the series, professional dancers are introduced to the rookies at a mixer. If the sparks fly, the rookies are invited back to the I Like The Way U Move house, where they have 48 hours to rehearse and master a routine with their professional dance partner.

Two days later, the pressure is on as a dance off puts their partnerships to the test with KK and the panel on the lookout for trust, passion, eye contact and genuine sparks between the couples. To succeed, connection is key. The couples who make it through the dance off are through to the next mixer and the most fire couple get to go on a prize date. The couples with the least chemistry on the dancefloor will be eliminated - and those who survive will go on to win a trip to world famous dance destination, Ibiza.

Meet the pros taking part:

Charlotte, 23 from Hartlepool
Iestyn, 19 from Cardiff
Jaydon, 21 from Buckinghamshire
Josh, 20 from London
Lee, 26 from Essex
Rachel, 24 from London
Rhianna, 24 from Huddersfield
Shola, 23 from Nottingham
Sara, 21 from Italy

I Like The Way U Move is a BBC Studios Production for BBC Three, commissioned by Fiona Campbell, Controller BBC Three and Jo Wallace, Commissioning Editor Entertainment. Executive Producers for BBC Studios are Kelly Lynn and Mel Balac and the Series Producer is Sarah Church. The Commissioning Editors for the BBC are Jo Wallace and Neil McCallum.

Source BBC Three

October 11, 2021 9:00am ET by BBC Three  


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