Singer and Strictly star Peter Andre had a helping hand from an Owlswick expert to hit the top score on the popular TV series.
Adam Borzone helped Peter and his dance partner Janette Manrara reach top of the leader board and achieve the highest score of the series on Saturday Night’s Strictly Come Dancing.
Peter and Janette were dancing a Vaudeville-inspired Charleston and when the BBC wanted an expert on Vaudeville, Adam got the call. Adam is a professional actor and vice chairman of The British Music Hall Society.
Filmed at Proud Cabaret in the City of London, Adam taught Peter and Janette all about the Vaudeville period and took them through some games and exercises to help them get into the style and mindset ready for Saturday night.
Adam trained at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and has worked extensively in the theatre. He appeared in the first Wycombe Swan Summer Project - Bugsy Malone in 1993 - playing Dandy Dan.