Anneka Rice is starring Strictly Come dance 2019 tonight. The BBC program is in the second week of its 17th grade. The English presenter and announcer said about dance: "I've always said no so far, because I can't dance!" The award-winning broadcaster launched her career with a BBC training course. Rice worked at The World Service before moving to Hong Kong to work for English-speaking TVB.
She presented Sporting Chance, TVAM, Driving Force, Wish You Was Here, Capital Woman, Combat, and Hell's Kitchen, as well as getting her own BBC One Challenge Anneka show.
Rice turned to art after having children. According to the BBC, she studies at Chelsea College of Art.
She is now a talented artist and sells paintings to fans of celebrities like Ronnie Wood.
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Rice explained that she is not a natural dancer. "For years, even my sister said, 'Don't do it strictly, you really can't move,'" she told the BBC.
The station added, "I tried a few times to dance – two Zumba classes, disaster. I couldn't keep up."
"I could do the top half and the bottom half, but not at the same time or in the right order."
Professional dancer Kevin Clifton and Rice made their debut on the dance floor last weekend while dancing Cha Cha Cha to Gloria for Laura Branigan.
In strict tradition, no one was sent home last week – but tonight, the stars won't be so lucky.
The first elimination will take place this Sunday – where one of the celebrity and professional couples will face the problem.
In the second week of the popular dance competition, Anneka will perform a waltz for Run by Whitney Houston.
She talked about the difficulties of training for the show. A recent setback after suffering a shoulder injury meant that she almost didn't appear on the BBC show.
"About six weeks ago, I fell into my neighbor's garden, going down a slippery slope, it was after I signed up and was ready to go, but in the middle of my proper physical training, for the last six weeks I really had to rest," she said.
"He has a small tear and is inflamed, but it's not so bad that I can't go on, I'll be fine, it's just swollen," he added, explaining that he is undergoing treatment.
The cheeky action woman first gained fame in 1982 as the "sky runner" who works on Treasure Hunt on Channel 4. The show saw guests taking part in a game show, solving clues for a cash prize.
A Big Star in the 1980s – Anneka is fondly remembered for her BBC One series, “Challenge Anneka”, which she herself created. The concept of the program was for her to solve tasks within a certain period of time.