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Nancy Dell'Olio blames 'Strictly Come Dancing' for dramatic weight loss

London , Wed, 02 Nov 2011 ANI

London, Nov 2 (ANI): Nancy Dell'Olio, who was recently eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing, has now blamed the show for making her lose her famous sex curves.


The former girlfriend of one-time England soccer manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has asserted that she has dropped to a size four because of all the dancing and fitness training she has had to do since she was first paired up with Anton du Beke.


According to Closer magazine, Nancy told her friends that because of her tremendous weight loss, she is hardly getting any attention from passer-bys.


"I'm losing my bum and my breasts and I hate it," the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.


"I can fit into my eight-year-old niece's clothes."


"I've hardly been getting any wolf whistles when I walk past building sites and even taxi drivers aren't staring at me in the rear view mirror," she added.


This is not the first time that the 50-year-old star is throwing her tantrums as first she was in news when she declared that she was writing not one but two books and was going to star in her own TV series to cash in on the fame that her dancing has generated.


Next came revelations of an ongoing spat with the judges who knocked her out of Strictly and now Nancy is complaining that the show made her lose so much of weight. (ANI)



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