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Strictly Come Dancing vote | How to vote by phone and online

This year's Strictly Come Dancing is already shaping up to be one of the best yet, with incredible performances and personalities on the famous BBC dance floor.

On Saturday 5th November, the remaining ten contestants in the Strictly Come Dancing 2022 line-up will battle it out in the ballroom once more as they take on brand new routines in a bid to get top marks from the judges.

Once they've all performed, it will be over to the viewers to save their favourite so that they avoid the dreaded bottom two and don't have to dance for survival in front of Head Judge Shirley Ballas, Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke and Craig Revel Horwood.

But what's in store as Week 7 gets underway? The Strictly Come Dancing 2022 songs and dances were unveiled earlier this week, and include everything from Tony Adams taking on the Salsa to Helen Skelton performing a complicated Jive.

After impressing on Halloween Week, the likes of Ellie Taylor are hoping to remain at the top of the Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard. But will it be a brand new star who emerges as the front runner?

As we countdown to Saturday night, here’s all the details on how to vote in this year's Strictly Come Dancing competition and how to save your favourite couple.

How to vote online for Strictly Come Dancing

To vote online, you'll need to head over to the Strictly homepage where you'll be given some instructions on how to place your vote.

First of all, you'll need to register to vote online – or if you have BBC account already set up from last year, you can just sign in.

When the vote is open, the link to vote will appear at the top of the page.

The couples will be listed in alphabetical order. Select the button next to their names and click "vote now" to submit your choice.

You are able to vote more than once, although there is an upper limit on how many times you can vote per episode.

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When will the vote open?

Voting opens once every couple has performed and, like every year, that vote is not open for long so make sure you cast yours quickly!

Is it free to vote online for Strictly?

Yes, it's free! There is no charge for voting online.

Can you vote by phone?

Yes you can!

If you don't wish to vote online and would rather place your vote via telephone, you can.

The phone numbers will be given out in the show and be made available on the Strictly homepage whilst the vote is open.

What are the Strictly Come Dancing phone voting numbers?

If you would like to vote for your favourite contestant over the phone, then you can do so with the phone numbers displayed on the Strictly Come Dancing homepage when the live vote opens.

How much does it cost to vote for Strictly by phone?

Costs vary – see the BBC's Terms and Conditions for full details.

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The Ukrainian youth film "Come on, dance!" Alexander Berezan and Nikita Bulgakov, in which they dance, fall in love and "go to Europe" in a roundabout way, film critic Sergei Vasilyev shares his impressions

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Competition for the family

The main character of the tape "Come on, dance!" - talented dancer Nikita (Denis Rekonvald). As soon as he hears the rhythm, he seems to move into another dimension, where he can do everything - to dance "hopak" and beat his opponent. Nikita comes from Slavyansk to Kyiv to win a dance tournament, receiving the main prize - 30 thousand dollars.

The young man needs money to pay for the operation: his younger brother was injured during shelling and is now confined to a wheelchair. This Nikita safely tells the viewer himself - in a voice-over, which accompanies him and his brother dancing against the backdrop of a house destroyed by the war, family farewell and the way to the capital.

fast love

The off-screen story allows the authors to continue rapidly knitting the plot, decorating it with a romantic "bow". In Kyiv, a young man, driving around the city in a taxi (and in fact, it’s not possible to take the metro!), catches a glimpse of a girl (Valentina Voitenko) - and immediately tells the audience that he has fallen in love with her without a memory.

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By a happy "accident", the girl turns out to be the "queen" of the very tournament in which he is going to take part. And Nikita decides to win her. True, his attempts for a long time are unsuccessful, because:

  • he does not speak Ukrainian well, and the girl does not always pronounce words clearly (this reduces the impact of the uninhibited joke that starts their relationship, which obviously looked funny on paper),
  • the hero is opposed by a cunning rival who puts spokes in his wheels - the contestant Phil (Roman Chukhmanenko),
  • between young people there is a misunderstanding on the basis of their potential sexual preferences (she believes that he - here the authors advise to laugh - likes guys, and he, that she likes elderly millionaires),
  • the heroine is kidnapped for ransom by bandits who have a crocodile swimming in the pool - you can also laugh here.

Metropolitan "Noble Tramps"

"Come on, dance!" - the second film directed by Alexander Berezan in Ukrainian film distribution over the past six months. In the fall of 2018, his musical comedy "Noble Tramps" was released without much success, the heroes of which rewrote history in Lviv on the eve of World War II, opposing caricatured Soviet and German spies.

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In the new tape, one can find similar carnival intonations, ridiculing everything that is possible and everything that is impossible, and the author's persistent craving for anecdotes, the story of which, choking with delight, turns out to be more important for him than creating an artistic whole.

Only now all this "booth" now roams modern Kyiv, filmed as if for a tourist prospectus, then lodges in the completely artificial scenery of the tournament site, where dance fights take place - perhaps the most successful element of the 100-minute picture.

cartoon characters

A similar combination of realism and already known fiction, in which there is much more fiction than realism, is reproduced by the authors at the level of characters.

As a result, the most caricature appear on the screen:

  • bandit in flakes of soapy foam covering shameful places,
  • a taxi driver with a sedentary man and a mace (colorful Alexander Pozharsky),
  • "slaves" at the construction site, skinheads with tattoos on their faces, a blind man who looks like the cat Basilio from the "Golden Key", and a drug addict who looks like an image from jokes,
  • and also the last, pre-reform policemen in a stalled "bobby" (Yakov Kucherenko and Mikhail Fedorchenko), who relieve themselves of a small need for the fence of the unfinished building of the Kyiv University of Theater, Cinema and Television, which is on Lvovskaya Square,
  • and even "Vorskla", beating "Real" with a score of 5:1 at the "Olympic".

Cinematic unfinished construction

Chronologically, however, Alexander Berezan's new film "Come on, dance!" is an "old" movie whose stilted characters were supposed to hit the screens back in 2016 - long before "Noble Tramps" (which explains the badly aged jokes about police reform and the Lenin monument).

The shooting of the film, initiated, produced and co-written by Sergei Rozvadovsky, started in 2015, but has only just ended. The final scene, in which the winners of the competition, arranged to stir up interest and guarantee the tape at least a minimum number of viewers, dance against the background of rolling credits, was “built” on the eve of the premiere.

Dancing with the police and in "ATB"

Nothing connects it with the content of the picture, except for dancing. But the authors of "Come on, dance!" this does not cause the slightest discomfort, since in general there are quite a few episodes in the film that are devoid of a narrative load - they will perform the functions of dense humorous "pads" and commercial breaks.

The aforementioned policemen are primarily responsible for humor, and their adventures are "given out" on the screen in an arbitrary chronology (the picture is generally very free with time). The advertising partner, the ATB supermarket chain, was honored with a big thoughtless dance scene between the malls, the feverish absurdity of which the creators can justify with the volume of allocated support, and the audience with nothing.

Detour to Europe

There is a feeling that "Come on, dance!" functions as a kind of show of sketches, between which concert and dance numbers are offered - original music videos. The quality of the humor is also very peculiar. Although the hero in one of the scenes says that we are "going to Europe", the topics for decidedly incorrect jokes are rather picked up on the post-Soviet potholes.

Start and don't finish

It doesn't always turn out badly, it's just - like so much in the tape - evidence of time that is running out (or already gone). However, "Come on, dance!" - this is, nevertheless, not an expensive wine that gets better with age. Despite the years of work, the authors did not manage to fully complete the film, achieving the harmony of its details (for example, Nikita, who arrived in Kyiv penniless, suddenly becomes the owner of roller skates) and main themes (they are associated with overcoming superstitions and believing oneself).

Perhaps the only advantage of the protracted creation of the tape is that its release is not so close to the events of 2014. The exploitation of the theme of the Russian-Ukrainian war, which is mentioned in the beginning of the film, in order to immediately bury it as something insignificant and even non-existent, if it had come out three years ago, it would have been perceived much more painfully (and would have smacked not only of speculative bad taste, but also of a certain smell of cynicism) .

Map and territory

And so "Come on, dance!" simply suffers from the malady of many contemporary Ukrainian works, the authors of which suggest that the public announcement of the genre "stigma" in itself is a sufficient condition for the picture to really turn out.

Instead of diligently cultivating a consistent, integral artistic "territory" on which living characters act, they simply throw the audience a "map" that they must diligently use in order to independently connect crumbling episodes, placing them in - strictly according to the genre scheme — characters cut out of cardboard.

Thus actually doing the unfinished "homework" of the authors of the tape. At least somehow. Indeed, given the material presented by them, it will never be possible to make it qualitatively (and even more so flawlessly).

Rules for attending classes at the pole dance school On a pole

Pole dance studio rules On a pole

Rules for attending classes at the dance school "NaSheste"

1. General Provisions.

1.1. Lessons on the pylon can be attended by subscription or with a one-time payment for the lesson.

1.2. The rules for visiting are the same for everyone. Payment for services is your agreement with these rules.

1.3. We are pleased to invite girls over 18 years old to pole lessons. If you want a child to attend the lessons of the pole dance studio "NaSheste", we will ask for the written consent of the mother.

1.4. When you sign up for the floor dance, you leave a contact phone number. We will not throw spam and unnecessary promotions, this is not the purpose of obtaining a number. The true purpose is to be able to contact you in the event of a class rescheduling, for example. Because if you waste your time and come to a lesson that doesn't exist.... We will never forgive ourselves.

1.5. Group pole dance classes are scheduled. We reserve the right to replace the declared teacher. Agree, all living people have the right to a well-deserved vacation or can sometimes catch a cold.

1.6. Group pole dance lessons are held if 2 or more people come to them. If only one student is present, we offer rescheduling the class to another day or extending the membership. Or you can take the opportunity and work out in detail the elements of pole dance that are not yet amenable to one-on-one with a teacher (for an additional fee). Individual lessons on the pylon are incredibly productive.

1.7. We are glad to offer two types of subscriptions: fixed (secures your place in a certain group, the days and times of classes are indicated in the subscription, registration for pole dance lessons is not required) and "flexible" - giving you the right to visit on any day. In the case of purchasing a fixed subscription, missed classes are “burned out”, and visiting other groups is possible for an additional fee. A "flexible" subscription is limited only by the validity period during which you need to attend the paid number of classes. For example, for 8 lessons, this period is 4 weeks. Those who have chosen a "flexible" subscription, we ask you to inform us which pole dance classes you plan to come to. This will help us avoid crowding the hall. In our pole dance studio, the rule “each student has her own pole” is strictly observed!

1.8. The subscription cannot be transferred to another girl under any circumstances. Even to your closest friend... This beauty ticket is only yours. Thanks for understanding.

1.9. We are pleased to offer gift certificates for any number of group and individual lessons. The prices are the same as the subscription prices. Dance gift certificates are non-refundable. First, on the basis of Article 454 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation. Secondly, if you have already been gifted, be kind enough to dance on the pylon !!! The one who gave, in the end, was thinking something.

2. Rules of conduct in the pole dance studio "NaSheste".

2.1. Dear girls, try to always come to training on time. Thorough warming up eliminates the possibility of minor injury. This is especially true for pole lessons for beginners. The first 20 minutes are allotted for a thorough warm-up. The teacher tells and shows how to prepare yourself for the load. Therefore, being late for pole dance lessons is a very bad idea.

2.2. When entering the hall of the pole dance studio "NaSheste", we ask you to take off your street shoes. This will help keep the hallway, reception area and locker room clean. This rule is especially true in the autumn-winter period. Of course, we offer comfortable slippers for temporary use so that your feet do not freeze. By the way, they are pink.

2.3. It is strictly forbidden to dance on a pylon with chewing gum. Please leave her before the pole dance begins. All of us were scared enough by the physical education teachers at school about the possible consequences, so we will not paint a gloomy picture of what could happen now. There is a trash can in the locker room to the left of the drinking water cooler. It is there especially for the charming and attractive students of the pole dance studio "NaSheste". Use on health!

2.4. Pilon is our favorite sports equipment. Jewelry such as rings scratches it. Please, during class dance take them off. Forgotten things usually live at the reception, but you must admit, it will be easier if you remove your jewelry during the lesson on the pole and IMMEDIATELY put it in your purse. If you still left a ring on the windowsill, call 8 495 796 58 53. We are happy to run around the hall with all the teaching staff and look for him. Need means need.

2.5. Agree, it will be easier if we all turn off the sound of mobile phones during the lesson on the pylon. The exception is when you are waiting for a very important call during a workout. But let's not dissemble: this does not happen in every lesson. Thank you.

2.6. Elements of pole dance, which are not yet easy, should be performed only under the supervision of a teacher. Injuries and ridiculous falls are of no use to us. Remember, a pole dance coach is our support.

2.7. There is a cooler with drinking water in the locker room especially for you. If you took a glass with you to the hall, please do not leave it in the hall after the pole dance. Especially if there is still some water left in it. Someone from the next group will definitely touch it and spill it, and then someone else will definitely step into the puddle.

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