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Author Kovalev, Pasha.

Title Pasha [electronic resource] : My Story / Pasha Kovalev.

Publication Info. [Place of publication not identified] : John Blake, [2016]
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Summary Pasha Kovalev is, by a country mile, the most popular of all the professional dancers, on TV's most popular dance show. What's more, he has the story to back it up. Born in the wilds of Siberia, Pasha began dancing at the age of 8 and his talent determination saw him leave home from the USA to crack the world's most competitive industry. His stunning performances in So You Think You Can Dance saw to that. This fully updated autobiography will include the story of his whirlwind romance with season 11 partner and Countdown presenter, Rachel Riley, which causes a flurry of headlines when made public. Pasha is adored among Strictly's millions of fans for his modest demeanor, good looks, and blazing talent. From romance to body image, Pasha speaks candidly about the impact his extensive world travel and showbiz life have had on his mindset, and the illness that nearly killed him. He'll separate fact from fiction, the man from the myth, and reveal how it really felt to almost lift the Glitter-ball trophy with Chelsee Healey and Kimberley Walsh. Most of all, he'll give readers a glimpse behind the scenes of the flashy world of ballroom, and what really goes on beneath the veneer of sparkles and glamor.
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Subject Kovalev, Pasha.
Dancers -- United States -- Biography.
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Other Form: Print version: Kovalev, Pasha. Pasha : London, England : John Blake, 2013. 9781782197812 (e-book) (CaPaEBR)ebr10822092
ISBN 9781784188825 (e-pub)
9781784180010 (print)
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