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Les Dennis has revealed his wife's sweet reaction when she discovered he would appear on this year's Strictly Come Dancing. The TV star may be weeks away from turning 70 but he's delighted to be chosen for this year's lineup.

According to reports, when it was confirmed he was in, his wife wept tears of joy - whilst he just hoped his knee replacement would hold up reports the Mirror.The Family Fortunes star - who began training along with 14 other celebrities last week, is trying to pack things in before he gets too old.“I was in the mix for Strictly, and then I heard from my agent I’d got it, and I called my wife and she cried – but in a good way.

She didn’t cry going, ‘Don’t do it!’"The star added: "It’s a big challenge.“The last few years, I’ve had challenges just come out of nowhere, like I did my first opera two years ago at the RSC, with no training.

So this is such a massive opportunity as I approach 70. I thought yeah, why not?”Still on the wish list is a part in Hamlet, or perhaps Macbeth. “I would love to do Shakespeare,” he said.

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