Strictly Come Dancing bosses to toughen security for Blackpool live show after fresh threats following attacks on stars

Strictly Come Dancing bosses to toughen security for Blackpool live show after fresh threats following attacks on stars

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STRICTLY chiefs have drawn up security measures for this year’s live show in Blackpool in November following fresh threats.

Bosses fear the stars are increasingly becoming targets for thugs when out in public.

Chris Eades

Security for the 2019 Strictly Blackpool live show has been heightened following a number of incidents involving stars of the show[/caption]

Some were sent death threats weeks after professional dancer Giovanni Pernice, 29, was attacked by moped muggers.

A source said: “The dancers and celebs are more at risk away from the London studios which are protected by security.

“So, for this year’s Blackpool trip, the producers are taking no risks. Everyone will be briefed on how to protect themselves.”

Dancer Nancy Xu’s bodyguard boyfriend Mikee Michele is helping draw up the measures.

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Giovanni Pernice was attacked earlier this month[/caption]

Dancer Gorka Marquez, 29, was beaten up by thugs in Blackpool in 2016.

Fellow professional AJ Pritchard, 24, was targeted by yobs in a Cheshire nightclub last year.


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AJ Pritchard and his brother Curtis were attacked at a club in Chesire last December[/caption]

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Lauren Steadman and AJ Pritchard taking part in the Strictly live show from Blackpool in 2018[/caption]


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