Strictly Come Dancing pro wishes co-stars good luck as he announces step back from show – Express

“We have some amazing routines already and I can’t wait for you to see them all!”

Graziano concluded his post by wishing his fellow pros good luck.

He added: “To my fellow pros, good luck for a magical series!

“Let’s do this and I love you all! Graz.”

Many of his fans flocked to his page to comment on the news, including last year’s winner Stacey Dooley, 32.

She wrote: “One of my faves. Big love bro,” followed by a love heart emoji.

Another fan wrote: “Gutted, love seeing you dance will be looking out for you in the group routines though.”

A third commented: “Have a beautiful series regardless – looking forward to see all the pro routines.”

Graziano’s news comes just a day after the pros met the celebrity contestants for the first time in rehearsals.

It is currently unknown which pros will be partnered up to compete for the Glitterball trophy.

Graziano joined the show last series and danced with Capital FM presenter Vick Hope, 29.

The duo were eliminated from the show in week four.

In other changes to this year’s show, dancer Nancy Xu, 28, joined the professional line-up.

Following Dame Darcey Bussell’s departure from the show, Motsi Mabuse, 38, was announced as her replacement.

She will judge the show alongside head judge Shirley Ballas, 58, Craig Revel Horwood, 54 and Bruno Tonioli, 63.

Earlier this year, it was revealed Pasha Kovalev, 39, had left the show after seven years.

Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC One next month.

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