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Strictly 2020 stars show off their dance moves and Max George has us worried

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Strictly Come Dancing 2020 contestant Max George has us all worried after he showed off his go-to dance move ‘the floppy fish’ ahead of the new series.

In a clip shared to the official Strictly Twitter account, the celebrities gave us a glimpse of what’s to come as they each bust out their signature dance moves.

Maisie Smith showed off her ‘hip-bop’, boxer Nicola Adams her ‘crip walk’, while Ranvir Singh gave us the ‘Singh shoulder shuffle’.

However, when it came to The Wanted star Max, well, should we be concerned?

‘I think Craig would love my floppy fish,’ he explained.

‘It’s one I did one stage once when I was in The Wanted.’

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It all started out so well for Max (Picture: BBC)

He continued: ‘I haven’t done it in about eight years.

‘Are you ready? Don’t worry it’ll be alright.’

He bent down to the floor, did a backward roly-poly and then just lay on the floor – like a floppy fish.

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He began by doing a backward roly-poly (Picture: BBC)

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And ended with the floppy fish (Picture: BBC)

We are sure Craig would love it Max…

It comes after Max explained how he didn’t want to be compared to his bandmate Jay McGuiness – who went on to win the show in 2015.

Max told the Radio Times Jay was happy to offer him some advice ahead of his debut on the dancefloor.

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Max can’t wait to get started with his Aussie counterpart (Credits: PA)

‘A wise old Jedi giving me tips. I’d never compare myself to him, though. He’s always been an amazing dancer,’ he explained.

Max was paired with Dianne Buswell during Saturday night’s episode. dancing pro tweeted post-reveal that she ‘cannot wait’ to dance with the former boy band star.

The 2018 finalist, who is dating her celebrity partner Joe Sugg, is already full of choreography ideas for the new series, which she acknowledged has some unique challenges thanks to Covid-19.

She said: ‘Obviously, props are going to be a lot harder to get on and off the floor in a safe way, so there will be fewer.

‘But we have a new lighting system that can create cool illusions.

‘It’s opened up new doors and it’s going to be exciting.’

Strictly Come Dancing airs this Saturday on BBC One.

MORE: Strictly Come Dancing 2020: Max George really doesn’t want to be compared to The Wanted band mate and champ Jay McGuiness

MORE: Prince Harry had a royal laugh over pal JJ Chalmers’ new Strictly gig

Credit: Original article published here.

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