Dancing on Wheels

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Dancing On Wheels
Created by Harry Lansdown
Judges
Narrated by Preeya Kalidas
Country of origin United Kingdom
No. of series 1
No. of episodes 5 (to date)
Production
Producer(s) Fever Media
Running time 60 mins
Release
Original network BBC Three
Original release 11 February 2010 – present
External links
Website www.bbc.co.uk/dancingonwheels

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.

Judges[edit]

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

Choreographers[edit]

The choreographers for the first series were:

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

Contestants[edit]

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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