Oti Mabuse and Karen Hauer launch 'Home Festival' with Strictly guest stars

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From Good Housekeeping

Strictly Come Dancing is one of the nation's most beloved TV series, and thankfully stars of the show Karen Hauer and Oti Mabuse are keeping in touch with fans during the coronavirus pandemic.

Along with their respective partners Marius Iepure and David Webb, Oti and Karen have been busy live streaming on social media and they're now launching 'Home Festival' - a "free to access online space of fun and activities aimed at all ages and members of the household."

It鈥檚 focused on "supporting the public and creating a positive virtual experience for people spending time at home during the coronavirus pandemic," a press release about the initiative read.

Currently scheduled to take place every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, Karen and Oti together with Oti's husband Marius (World Latin Champion) and Karen's partner David (international Opera Singer) have created a timetable of activities aimed at "keeping spirits high, muscles moving and creative juices flowing."

As well as regular classes from Karen, Oti, Marius and David, they have also enlisted the help of some of their friends, including Olympian Greg Rutherford and fellow Strictly stars Janette Manrara and Neil Jones to join in with upcoming guest slots.

You can expect energising morning workouts led by Karen as well as dance classes for children and adults alike fronted by Oti and Marius. As well as dance, there's reading and baking on the agenda, too.

To find out more and get involved, head to Oti and Karen's social media pages.

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