Flavia Cacace 'too busy' to watch Strictly Come Dancing

Flavia Cacace insists she will be too "busy" to watch this year's 'Strictly Come Dancing' after quitting the show

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Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone

Flavia Cacace and Vincent Simone

Flavia Cacace is too "busy" to watch 'Strictly Come Dancing'.

The professional dancer - who won the 10th series of the BBC One dancing competition with Olympic athlete Louis Smith last year - quit the show earlier this year along with pal Vincent Simone and has confessed she will be too preoccupied to tune into the new series on Saturday nights.

Flavia exclusively told BANG Showbiz: "I'm sure we will catch bits of 'Strictly' here and there. We're probably going to be busy. Saturdays tend to be quite a busy day for dancers, so we'll have to catch snippets here and there, [but] I'm sure we'll keep on top of it."

The 34-year-old beauty admits winning the series last year felt like a natural conclusion to her time on 'Strictly', which she quit in order to concentrate on a dancing theatre show with Vincent, 34.

She explained: "We've been touring for three years and taking part in 'Strictly'. We felt with a new show, together with the fact we both made the final on 'Strictly' and I won it, another series of 'Strictly' and a new theatre show was a little bit much."

However, Flavia is open to a return to 'Strictly' in the future.

She added: "Who knows? It'll all depend on what happens with our. The tour ends in July but things might change. There's a potential, absolutely."

As well as doing their theatre show, the dancing duo have teamed up with Groupon and CoppaFeel! to raise awareness of the symptoms of breast cancer by putting fans through their paces on the dance floor.

To be in with a chance of taking part in Groupon's once in a lifetime dance class, which will be taught by the pair on October 5, then people should visit www.gr.pn/goesballroom to place a bid.

Donations are unlimited and start from just £1. Bidding closes on Friday (20.09.13).

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