Strictly Star Hamza Yassin Opens Up About His Dyslexia And Dancing | Loose Women

Strictly star hamza yassin opens up about his dyslexia and dancing | loose women

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This dancing duo have taken the Strictly Come Dancing dance scoreboard by storm this series, and now Hamza and Jowita join us ahead of their week ten routine for Musicals week for a chat about their competition journey so far.

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From series 26, broadcast on 24/11/22

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