Strictly’s Graziano Di Prima Says His Dad Was Removed From The Public Because He Couldn’t Stop Crying

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Strictly Come Dancing star Graziano Di Prima has revealed that his father had to be removed from the front row of the show because he couldn’t stop crying.

The professional dancer, 27, from a small town in Sicily, told how his father was so proud to see his son dance on the BBC show that he couldn’t stop the tears as he had to change the seating arrangement. as result.

Speak with The mirrorGraziano, who said he was “buzzing” that the new 2021 series would begin, explained that it was an emotional time for his family as they traveled from their home in Sicily to see him in action for the very first time.

Proud parent: Strictly Come Dancing star Graziano Di Prima revealed his father had to be removed from the show’s front row because he couldn’t stop crying

He said, ‘I’m from a small town and they came to see the show. Imagine being in the front row and having to change my father because he was crying all the time!’

He continued: “They don’t speak English, so basically my dad was crying all the time and they asked me, “We need to put him back a little bit, because it’s not possible that we’re filming and your dad is crying.” “. ‘

The dancer, seeing the funny side of it, added: ‘He cried because he couldn’t believe it! My father, we have this connection because we talk about work and stuff.’

Star: The professional dancer, 27, from a small town in Sicily, told how his father was so proud to see his son dance on the BBC show that he couldn't stop the tears from flowing

Star: The professional dancer, 27, from a small town in Sicily, told how his father was so proud to see his son dance on the BBC show that he couldn’t stop the tears from flowing

In addition to the tremendous support from his parents, Graziano also shared how his older brother Andrew had shown his support by being “understanding” as their parents put a lot of time and effort into helping Graziano achieve his dance dream.

While waiting for Strictly to return, Graziano graces the stage of Here Come The Boys at the London Palladium alongside fellow Strictly hunks Pasha Kovalev and Aljaž Škorjanec.

With the show recently reopening after the lockdown, the choreographer said it was “great” to be back in front of a live audience.

Family: 'I'm from a small town and they came to the show.  Imagine being in the front row and having to change my father because he was crying all the time!'

Family: ‘I’m from a small town and they came to the show. Imagine being in the front row and having to change my father because he was crying all the time!’

Graziano’s words come after he and his fiancée Giada Lini had to postpone their upcoming wedding due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The Strictly Come Dancing star and his partner originally planned to tie the knot last July before the lockdown forced them to postpone their plans.

Graziano told MailOnline that the couple has now decided to postpone their special day again until next year, calling it “a nightmare.”

Changes: 'They don't speak English, so basically my dad was crying all the time and they asked me,

Changes: “They don’t speak English, so basically my dad was crying all the time and they asked me, “we need to put him back a little bit, because it’s not possible that we’re filming and your dad is crying” ‘

In the meantime, while waiting for Strictly to return, Graziano graces the stage of Here Come The Boys at the London Palladium alongside Pasha Kovalev and Alja¿ ¿korjanec

In the meantime, while waiting for Strictly to return, Graziano graces the stage of Here Come The Boys at the London Palladium alongside Pasha Kovalev and Aljaž Škorjanec

He said: ‘The wedding was supposed to take place last year, July 3rd. Then we postponed this year.

“Obviously we still have the pandemic and here in Italy we are having a hard time. They shut everything down. The whole country is a red zone.

“We’ve decided to postpone it because we want our wedding to be the best day we’ve ever dreamed of. If there is not the right opportunity to give our best, why lose this day? We don’t want to rush.’

Graziano shared how he and Giada, who recently celebrated five years together, are already like “husband and wife” but that it “hurts” that they have to keep postponing their ceremony.

Oh no: Graziano's words come after he and his fiancée Giada Lini had to postpone their upcoming wedding due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

Oh no: Graziano’s words come after he and his fiancée Giada Lini had to postpone their upcoming wedding due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic

With Covid cases currently on the rise in Italy, the professional dancer admitted he is not sure when Giada’s family will be able to travel to Sicily as they live in the north of the country.

He said: ‘This is the best choice we can make. She is from the north and I from the south. We’re going to do the wedding in Sicily because it’s summer.

“We don’t know if Giada’s family can come to Sicily, because it’s the red zone for now. It will be next year, but we don’t know exactly when.’

Graziano, who joined Strictly in 2018, said the couple are going to have a big wedding as there are 120 in attendance who are only from his extended family.

Honest: Graziano shared how he and Griada, who recently celebrated five years together, are already like 'husband and wife', but said the fact that they have to keep postponing their ceremony 'hurts'

Honest: Graziano shared how he and Griada, who recently celebrated five years together, are already like ‘husband and wife’, but said the fact that they have to keep postponing their ceremony ‘hurts’

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