'Strictly' winners Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse reunite for new dance venture

Oti Mabuse and Kelvin Fletcher are to be reunited following their Strictly win. (BBC)
Oti Mabuse and Kelvin Fletcher are to be reunited following their Strictly win. (BBC)

Current Strictly Come Dancing champions Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse are to reunite to dance together again in a new venture together.

They have paired up once more for an event in New York, a holiday experience where they will act as dance instructors.

In a post to Instagram, Fletcher said: "I’m very excited to announce that I will be teaming up with my dance partner again, @otimabuse for a very special event with Imagine Cruising in New York on the 13th June.

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"This exclusive event is the start of a holiday of a lifetime which will see you fly to New York for 3 nights where you will join us for a dance extravaganza! We will lead you through a day of dancing, fine dining, glitz and glamour! Before you embark on a 7 night full-board transatlantic cruise on board Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 back to Southampton. Click the link in my bio for more information and we will see you in the Big Apple!”

Meanwhile, Mabuse teased that they would be teaching a "very special routine" to attendees.

The duo lifted the Glitterball Trophy back in December after winning the series, beating Emma Barton and Anton du Beke as well as Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden.

While Fletcher will be appearing in the Strictly live tour when it kicks off this month, he won't be partnered with Mabuse.

Oti Mabuse and Kelvin Fletcher attending the the 2019 Pride of Britain Awards, held at Grosvenor House in London. The Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards, in partnership with TSB, will broadcast on ITV on 5th November at 8pm. Picture credit should read: Doug Peters/EMPICS
Oti Mabuse and Kelvin Fletcher won Strictly Come Dancing 2019. (Doug Peters/EMPICS)

He will be joined by Janette Manrara for the shows as Mabuse is busy working on another dance programme, The Greatest Dancer.

The South African star is once again appearing as a Dance Captain on the show for its second season alongside Cheryl Cole and Matthew Morrison. Todrick Hall will also sit on the panel as a new addition for series two.