'Strictly Rip Off!' BBC apologises for 'error' that caused it to use last year's quiz and word search in this year's Strictly Come Dancing Annual

Mail Online | 1/6/2018 | Stewart Paterson For Mailonline
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The BBC has apologised after it used the same word search and quiz in this year's Strictly Come Dancing annual as it did in last year's edition.

A fan accused the book's creators of ripping customers off after one eagle-eyed father spotted the repetition in a copy he purchased for his daughter.

Paul - Coffey - Tweeted - BBC - Books

Paul Coffey Tweeted to BBC Books: 'How hard is to knock up a new word search and quiz rather than repeat last year's in the #Strictly 2018 Annual?

'My young daughter NOT impressed. #StrictlyRipOff.

Questions - Answers - Word-search - Puzzle - Edition

Both the questions and the answers for the word-search and the puzzle were exactly the same as the 2017 edition.

They included brain-teasers like: 'Kevin had never been in the dance-off before series 13. But how many times was he left battling it out in the ballroom last year?'

Word-search - Fans - Lookout - Styles - Dance

And the word-search required Strictly fans to be on lookout for styles of dance, such as 'tango', 'paso doble'...
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