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Thursday 24 July 2014

Julien heading back to dancefloor

Julien Macdonald and fellow designer Melissa Odabash dressed up for the Unicef Halloween Ball

Julien Macdonald has promised Strictly Come Dancing viewers: "I'll be back!"

The Welsh fashion designer was voted off the BBC show in the third week of the competiion, but hasn't stopped practising his moves.

Julien revealed at the Unicef Halloween ball: "It was amazing. I had an incredible time and I haven't stopped dancing - I'm going back for the Christmas special so look out! I'll be back!"

Now he is out of the running, Julien is torn between wanting one of the girls who have proved to be the best dancers to win, or having one of the men who have gone for humour over skill to scoop the glitterball trophy.

Julien said: "I'd love Abbey [Clancy] or Natalie [Gumede] to win, they're the great dancers, but everybody's a winner. I'd even kind of like Mark [Benton] or Dave [Myers] to win, everybody's fabulous on Strictly."

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