Friday, April 12, 2024

Sir Curtley now a dancing star

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Legendary West Indies cricketer Sir Curtley Ambrose was out in the middle last night, but on a different kind of stage.

Sir Curtley and his professional partner Siobhan Power, swept across the ballroom floor on the Australian version of the show Dancing With the Stars.

The pair wowed the audience with their Viennese waltz and received lots of congratulatory messages on their respective Instagram pages.

After the show aired Siobhan posted a few pictures of their dance with the caption: “Last night was so special I had the most amazing time sharing this moment with @curtlyambrose_ Thank you for all the love and support that’s been sent our way. It means the world! Please vote for us to keep us in! SMS CURTLY to 1995 1010 or via the website in my bio xx #dwtsau #dwtsaustralia #westindiescricket #westindies #cricketaustralia @dancingon10 @channel10au”.

Sir Cutrley also took to his Instagram page to encourage his fans to vote for him, saying: “Dancing with the stars Australia premiered last night. Unfortunately those of you outside of Australia are unable to view the show as of now but you can still vote. Please click the link in my bio. An email address is required to vote. Enter your email, accept the terms and VOTE! VOTE! VOTE!. Vote to keep me in this competition and see me through to the end. Voting remains open until next week Monday. Vote everyday, don’t miss a day, every vote counts.”

The show airs live every Monday at 7:30 p.m. Australian time. (BD)

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