Strictly Come Dancing stars Pasha and Katya will be coming to Wycombe next month. Both of them become a runner-up on the hit BBC show twice, already. Pasha Kovalev and his partner will be dazzling their way into Wycombe Swan to entertain audience there.
In a recent interview with Freetime , Pasha said that she would be doing a tour with her partner, Katya and it is entirely for fans. They are going to wear the clothes from Strictly, with lots of costumes.
They intend to bring the audience up in the stage so they can involve them with the dance – then they will be judge based on their performance. "At each show we also have a local dance group join us. The show is a lot of work but it is friendly and it gives us an opportunity to meet the fans of Strictly, it is amazing.
The audience will see them and will only be separated with a screen, bringing the stars closer to the audience.
Pasha was born in Siberia, but was raised in Russia, started dancing at the age of eight despite the fact that no one in his family was a professional dancer. His mom took him to a dance camp while he was eight and that was the start of his journey to dancing.
As he grew up, he have honed his skill in dancing and Strictly made his dream come true as he now earns money from dancing. He added that he likes Latin dancer, and he knows that he have a Latin blood in him.
Pasha started his television stint in 2011. His partner was Waterloo Road actress Chelsee Healey, in which, he became a runner-up. After a year, he was partnered with Girls Aloud star Kimberly Walsh, wherein he got second place.
Last year, he was the crowd favorite because he was partnered with countdown star Rachel Riley. But, they were not up to the challenge as they were sent home early in the competition.
Pasha hopes that he will be in the fourth series of the dancing show, saying: "The thing is we go from year to year and the BBC production team select the celebrities for the upcoming series and once they have that they sit down to work out which dancers to have back. Hopefully I will be asked to come back again."
However, Pasha and his dancing partner are currently concentrating on their tour which started in Camberley. For Pasha, dancing is like an education because it is very powerful.