Strictly Come Dancing (series 4)

Strictly Come Dancing (Series 4)

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Strictly Come Dancing (series 4)

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The fourth series of Strictly Come Dancing started on 7 October 2006 and ended on 23 December 2006. It was presented by Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly, and the winner was Mark Ramprakash along with his dancing partner Karen Hardy.

The show

For more information, see the main article.

The show works by having four judges: Craig Revel Horwood, Arlene Phillips, Len Goodman and Bruno Tonioli, judging each couple out of ten after each performance. When all the couples have danced, they are inserted onto the leaderboard, where the highest ranked couple will get the highest amount of points available, and the lowest ranked couple getting one point.

On the second show of the night, once the viewers' votes are in, the points from the leaderboard are added to those created by the viewer votes to find the two lowest ranked couples, and the lowest ranked couple go home.


This year there were 14 couples: 7 male celebrities and 7 female celebrities. They were:

Judges' scoring summary

Additional information

  • This Series saw the addition of 2 new competitive dances to Strictly Come Dancing, the Salsa danced in Week 5 and the Argentine Tango danced only by the Semi-Finalists.
  • In week one, the male celebrity couples danced for the judges and the public vote, while the female celebrity couples performed a group dance. This was reversed in week two. Jimmy Tarbuck did not take part in the male celebrities' group dance due to health reasons, and officially withdrew from the......
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