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KEVIN CLIFTON - the former Strictly Come Dancing professional dancer - has revealed he wants to make a surprising career change after deciding to quit the BBC competition in February after seven years.

PUBLISHED: 09:17, Wed, Jul 1, 2020 | UPDATED: 10:06, Wed, Jul 1, 2020

Former Strictly Come Dancing professional Kevin Clifton, 37, has revealed he is considering a change of direction with his career after quitting the BBC programme four months ago. The BBC star admitted he is "fascinated" by his new venture.

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I'm just fascinated with it.

Kevin Clifton

It comes after Kevin spoke to screenwriter Joe Barton on his podcast The Kevin Clifton Show, about what he plans to do after announcing his departure from the dancing competition.

The dancing champion divulged: "I did a masterclass with David Mamet."

To which Joe added: "Oh nice."

Kevin announced: "I think I'm going to write a children's book.

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"A boy who dances. I did a course with, oh forgotten his name," he recalled.

"The guy who writes the Goosebumps novels. Kids books. R.L Stine. Yeah that's it."

Kevin explained: "I'm just fascinated with it, all these things that they start talking about."

The dancer told Joe: "But it's interesting, you just sort of had a sense of how it all comes together.

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