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After a long, slow rise through the professional dance network, first in Moscow and later in the U.
S., she this month joined Pasha, 33, as a professional performer on the cast of Strictly Come Dancing.
This colourful ethnic mix compares starkly with early seasons of Strictly, which first hit our screens in 2003. But whatever lies behind it, the wave of ‘Strictly immigrants’ has certainly left fans with an array of heart-warming ‘rags to riches’ stories to chew over.
For the first two years, half of the professional dancers were British. Consider, for example, the journey taken by Kristina Rihanoff, who joined Strictly in 2008, when she partnered former TV newsman John Sergeant, and will this year dance with the former England rugby star Ben Cohen.
The striking brunette will partner Casualty actor Patrick Robinson on the hugely popular show, which will quick-step to its climax just before Christmas (Pasha is teaming up with Countdown host Rachel Riley).
For the three months until then, she will earn a reported £30,500 and gain national fame in the process — almost certainly in direct proportion to how long she manages to keep her partner in the competition.
There is also one American, a Venezuelan, and a New Zealander. After stumbling his way through the introduction of Anya Garnis and Slovenia’s Aljaz Skorjanec, Forsyth finished the segment with the words: ‘And, thank goodness, an easy one — all the way from Grimsby, Kevin Clifton.’The BBC won’t comment on its selection process, in which scouts attend major tournaments and stage shows, except to say that it’s overseen by Louise Rainbow, the show’s executive producer.‘I think the BBC tried to get some more Brits, but there aren’t many at the highest level.