Dancing on Wheels

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Dancing On Wheels
Created by Harry Lansdown
Narrated by Preeya Kalidas
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 6
Producer(s) Fever Media
Running time 60 mins
Original network BBC Three
Original release 11 February – 18 March 2010
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Dancing on Wheels is a British Reality TV show made by production company Fever Media and first broadcast on BBC Three on 11 February 2010. The concept of the show is that an able-bodied celebrity dances with a wheelchair user. The couples dance each week, and each week one couple is eliminated in a dance-off. In the final, the two remaining couples both perform two dances, and one couple wins the show and is selected to represent the UK in the European Championships.


The judges for the first series were:

Judge Notes
James Jordan Professional on Strictly Come Dancing
Ola Jordan Professional on Strictly Come Dancing
Ade Adepitan Presenter, wheelchair basketball player and actor


The choreographers for the first series were:

Choreographer Notes
Brian Fortuna Professional on Strictly Come Dancing
Kristina Rihanoff Professional on Strictly Come Dancing


The contestants for the first series were:

Celebrity Known for Disabled partner Status
Caroline Flack TV Presenter James O'Shea Winners
Mark Foster Olympic swimmer Diana Morgan-Hill Runners-up
Michelle Gayle Singer Harry Maule Eliminated
Heather Small Singer Paul Jacob Eliminated
Martin Offiah Rugby league player Carolyne Underwood Eliminated
Kevin Sacre Hollyoaks actor Simone Milani Eliminated

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