Now we can all be Strictly tangoed…
STRICTLY Come Dancing fans will be able to undergo a ballroom makeover — as the show launches a range of fake tans.
Famed for subjecting celebrity dancers to tan transformations, the hit BBC show has teamed up with bronzing brand Norvell so viewers can enjoy a spray-on, sunkissed look of their own.
Makers promise the Strictly Come Dancing Sunless Collection will be eco-friendly, 100 per cent vegan, and clear of other ingredients such as paraben, sulphates and gluten.
The range includes ‘Perfection’ self-tanner, which is available as a medium to dark all-over bronzer, ‘Show Stopper’ balm, said to give a light to medium tan, and ‘Dazzle’, which boasts a mirror-ball finish. Celebrities such as former shadow chancellor Ed Balls have all been subjected to bottled fake bake while taking part in the TV dance contest.
The 50-year-old said of his experience: ‘It was quite cold and you go, “Ah”, when it goes on. I slowly darkened up, so I started at like Cornwall in May and got to Lanzarote in July,’ he added.
But Ed ‘never went for the Danny Mac’ tan.
‘That goes full-on Marbella in August,’ he quipped.
Author: Andrei Harmsworth