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(From Western Morning News)
Byline: Lisa Williams
If Bruno Tonioli were to describe himself in the same way he rates the celebrities on Strictly Come Dancing, he would probably say he's a "simmering ball of energy, bursting with Latin fire and brimming with promise".
The Italian dancer, who looks remarkably young for his 55 years, is as flamboyant as they come.
"It's my Latin Italian nature, darling," he purrs down the phone, pronouncing "darling" as if it had several thousand 'r's.
"When I talk, my hands go everywhere, it's a way of communicating. My energy builds up so much, it's how I express myself."
Bruno is bracing himself for the ninth series of the dance competition, hosted by Tess Daly and the newly knighted Sir Bruce Forsyth, which sees stars of varying backgrounds and abilities compete with professional …