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'Strictly' dancers end pay row

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'Strictly' dancers end pay row
The professionals on Strictly Come Dancing have ended their pay dispute with the show's producers.

According to The Sun, the dancers will now earn £30,000 for a series, which is an increase of £6,500.

The 2008 series will last 14 weeks, the longest run in the show's history.

"They’ll get more cash, but will have to work longer to get it," said a source.

"It's still a good deal and they’re happy as it means more TV exposure for them. That’s assuming their partners don’t get the chop!"

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