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This comes as Craig Revel Horwood, who is currently playing the Wicked Stepmother in a pantomime production of Cinderella, revealed that he would be stepping away from judge performances on Strictly Come Dancing. In this, he has found common ground with Queen Camilla, the Society's Royal patron (whose mother, like his, had bone disease).

In May and June 2007, Horwood appeared as a contestant on Celebrity MasterChef, [61] reaching the final alongside Nadia Sawalha and Midge Ure. Horwood has been a member of the judging panel on the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing since its inception in 2004. Craig Revel Horwood has shut down “vicious rumours” that he is leaving Strictly Come Dancing after 21 series.Horwood directed the opening ceremonies of the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester [33] and staged Once Upon a Time – The Life of Hans Christian Andersen, a live concert in Copenhagen to mark the author's bicentenary.

The way Craig got all emotional talking about thinking back to season one of Strictly Come Dancing is making me wonder is this his last season? He directed the Welsh Première Concert Production of My Land's Shore for the Gate Theatre in Cardiff. In the West End, Craig has performed in CATS, playing the part of 'Munkustrap' at the New London Theatre, MISS SAIGON at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane as Dance Captain and was an original cast member playing the part of 'Harry' and Dance Captain of CRAZY FOR YOU at the Prince Edward Theatre.

In late 2021, Horwood moved to a seven-bedroom property dating back to 1867 in the Northamptonshire village of King's Cliffe. He also learned further that his great-great-grandfather, Moses Horwood, who is revealed in the programme to have been a petty criminal from England, was convicted at the Gloucestershire assizes and transported to Van Diemen's Land (Tasmania) in 1841. He directed Strictly Ballroom the Musical which was due to tour the UK from September 2020, but got pushed back to September 2022 due to COVID-19.

The routine was also the only ever single-digit score and the only time more than one member of the panel has given a score of "1". Passing judgment on Kimberley Walsh in 2012, Horwood said the dance was 'indecent, improper, absolute filth', and added: 'I loved it. On 15 January 2016, he appeared as a panellist on a special edition of ITV's Loose Women (titled "Loose Women and Men") alongside series regulars Andrea McLean and Nadia Sawalha and fellow special hosts Peter Andre and Chris Kamara. Then in December 2012, he played the same role at the Swan Theatre in High Wycombe, again alongside Widdecombe [38] and also in December 2013 at the Cliffs Pavilion, Southend. Horwood has given a score of "1" more times than any other judge, including as part of the lowest-ever total score of 8 for Quentin Willson, dancing a Cha-cha-cha, in 2004.

He later moved to Melbourne and appeared in productions including WEST SIDE STORY, the Australian and New Zealand tour of THE DANNY LA RUE SHOW, LA CAGE AUX FOLLES, ME AND MY GIRL, OLYMPUS ON MY MIND, SUGAR BABIES, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK and LADIES NIGHT (the hit comedy play in which he played the part of "Norman"). In 2021, Horwood appeared on The Masked Dancer, masked as Knickerbocker Glory in the Semi-Final; he was the seventh celebrity to be unmasked. Horwood also appeared on CBBC's television programme 12 Again, talking about his life when he was 12 years old; on 22 February 2013, he appeared on Room 101. In January 2012, he appeared on BBC television series The Magicians; and for the week beginning 3 September that year, he appeared as a panellist on The Wright Stuff on Channel 5, followed on 22 October by an appearance on ITV's Loose Women.

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