They're usually found on the ballroom and Latin dancefloor but now, former Strictly Come Dancing professional Artem Chigvintsev and current Strictly pro Graziano Di Prima have joined forces for a very different type of challenge. The two are appearing in the new cast of Celebrity Coach Trip!
On Monday, Graziano took to Instagram to announce the news that he and Artem were joining the E4 show. The Italian dancer, who is about to commence the Strictly 2020 tour, captioned the post: "Finally!!! @theartemc and I will join soon the amazing group of @coachtripofficial !! STAY TUNED #coachtrip."
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Artem, who won Strictly in 2010 before leaving to join Dancing with the Stars four years later, could be seen in both pictures next to Graziano as they posed on a beach and in front of a football net. We can't wait to see what they get up to! Joining the pro dancers on the show are Dancing on Ice's Brianne Delcourt, who will be partnered with fellow skating pro, Alex Murphy, and I'm a Celebrity's Adele Roberts and her girlfriend, actor Kate Holderness.
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The two dancers are taking part in Celebrity Coach Trip together
As well as taking part in Celebrity Coach Trip's sixth series, which began earlier this month, Graziano and Artem both have incredibly busy years ahead of them. Artem, 37, revealed recently that he is to marry his partner Nikki Bella after he popped the question in November 2019. Announcing the happy news on Instagram, Artem wrote: "You are the best thing that has ever happened to me. So excited for what's to come I love you more than anything and thank you for saying yes."
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Graziano is also heading down the aisle. The Strictly star is set to tie the knot with his fiancée Giada Lini in July. Speaking to HELLO! this month, Graziano revealed that the couple were to marry in his hometown, Sicily. "I'm going to marry her in the little church in my small town," he said, adding: "I decided if I'm going to do it in Sicily, I want to do it in the town where I grew up." The 25-year-old continued: "In April, I'm going to Sicily to find the last few things and then in July it's happening! I can't believe it, it was so far but now it's [only] months [away]."
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