Latest News from Strictly Worcestershire 2017


  Adrian Chiles began his television and broadcasting career with a three week work experience stint at the BBC. He can now count more than 20 years in the industry with highlights including his award winning BBC Radio Five Live programme, Chiles on Saturday, BBC TV’s Working Lunch, The Apprentice: You’re Fired, MOTD2 and The One Show, and ITV’s Daybreak and football coverage. Adrian can be heard regularly on BBC Radio Five where he presents Five Live Daily two days a week.‎


  Strictly Worcestershire head judge Digby, Lord Jones of Birmingham is a British businessman and politician who has served as Director General of the CBI and Minister of State for Trade and Investment.

  Bob Warman is the main presenter at ITV Central. For four decades Bob has been a constant in the lives of Midlands folk with his friendly face and instantly recognisable voice delivering the lunchtime and evening news.

  Jennifer is originally from Los Angeles and has been immersed in the theatre and live production business for over 25 years. She started her career in American Equity Musical Theatre with Crazy for You, Paparazzi (directed by nine-time Tony award winner Tommy Tune), Oklahoma, 42nd Street and the original staging of Barry Manilow’s Copacabana.

Since moving to the UK, Jennifer has extended her choreography CV to all over the UK and Europe. She has choreographed over 25 production shows for Thomson Cruises, Fred Olsen Cruises and Warner Leisure Hotels through PEEL Entertainment and has her own dance company, JBP Presents.

  Katie Love, Worcestershire’s very own acclaimed dancer and choreographer, is making her fourth appearance as a judge. Katie was one of the finalists in So You Think You Can Dance series two on BBC One.