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Strictly Come Dancing kicked off tonight at 6.40pm on BBC One.

Joe Suggs got the show started with a lively Cha Cha but Steps star Faye Tozer has wowed with her and partner Giovanni Pernice’s Rumba.

The pair performed the sensuous number to Sia’s Chandelier and received 29 from the Judges.

Faye received support from her former bandmate Claire Richards during rehearsals this week, but what is the former pop star up to now?

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Faye Tozer got a surprise visit from her former bandmate Claire Richards this week during rehearsals.

The two have been close friends since 1997 and have been on several world tours and recorded numerous albums together.

Claire was even moved to tears by Faye and Giovanni’s performance and was there to provide support to her pal just when she needed it.

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The 41-year-old is releasing her debut album My Wildest Dreams, which is out in February 2019.

It was initially due out this November but has since been delayed.

She is also known for her opera singing and possesses a soprano vocal range having appeared on reality series Popstar to Operastar.

The singer was a regal panellist on Loose Women and was a contestant on Celebrity Big Brother in 2013, where she placed fourth.

The Londoner underwent a huge weightless transformation when she went from a size 20 to size 10.

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Her journey was captured on a BBC Three documentary Claire Richards: My Big Fat Wedding n 2009.

She also released a DVD after her success titled Five Step Fat Attack.

Speaking about her upcoming solo album, Claire told the Belfast Telegraph: “I was always a bit wary.

“I was never really sure what my lane was going to be because Steps has such a specific type of pop music - I was never going to do that.”

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She added: “There are influences from lots of different people. I don't think it necessarily sounds like anybody.

“I love to sing, and I can now say that I've got an album's worth of songs that I think are great, and everybody working on it thinks we've done a really good job.

“It has to be not about trying to get to number one.”

Strictly Come Dancing is on BBC One now


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