Camilla Dallerup

Camilla Dallerup

When Camilla Dallerup was crowned ‘Strictly Come Dancing Champion’ in December 2008 she announced that she would be leaving the show to take on more challenges in her career.

In January 2010 she became GMTV's "Dancing Queen" getting the nation fit.  Some 100,000 viewers joined up for the diet and exercise plan and the nation lost over 4,000 stone in weight.

Camilla’s third DVD ‘Camilla’s Cardio dance Workout’ was a top ten best seller.

 

During her dancing years, which started when she was just over two years old, Camilla's career took her all over the world. She is known in China and Hong Kong and became Pacific Latin Champion with her then partner Brendan Cole. During her time on Strictly she became a household name and the darling of the press.

 She was the legs and face of Aristoc Tights, and during that campaign sales of tights that she endorsed trebled.

 In 2009 Camilla became a judge on BBC's "Skate Nation" and took part as a celebrity contestant in Living's "Underdog show

 Camilla works across all channels, including shows like "It Takes Two," "Sky 1’s Bird Watching With Bill Bailey" "Live in Studio Five," and "Five News" and BBC Breakfast News" as well as many others. She hosts live events and hosts her own seasonal radio show for the BBC. She is currently a judge on BBC’s Jump Nation.

 In December 2009 she was asked by ITV to go into the jungle on "I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here."

Camilla is a fashion icon and appears regularly in the ‘best dressed’ pages of top magazines including a regular column in Now Magazine.

 She has also found the time to squeeze in a qualification for NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) which she says helps her with her TV presenting as she has more understanding of people through it.

 Camilla’s ambition? She says: "To be able to use my passion for presenting and eventually to have my own chat show.”

Camilla has recently teamed up with former Strictly Come Dancing star Mark Foster to offer a company team building ‘Dance with a Difference’ event.