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Still Got It, Never Lost It! tells the story of Louie Spence, star of Pineapple Dance Studios and ruthless judge on Dancing on Ice. `I did everything my sisters did, that's how my dancing days started - they went dancing, I went dancing and I just kept on dancing.' - Louie SpenceFrom a very early age Louie was a little boy who loved to dance and had high ambitions. He attended every disco dance class he could and excelled each time, with the constant support of his Mum and Dad. Before long Louie's blue leotard had become a mainstay of the family home, and soon eugh he was accepted into the Italia Conti School of Theatre Arts. And he never looked back.From dancing on the Spice Girls World Tour to becoming BFFs with Emma Bunton and hanging out with Take That (t to mention his performances in Cats and Miss Saigon), Louie lived out his dreams. Now a TV personality in his own right, a judge on Dancing on Ice, the star of Pineapple Dance Studios and his own series Showbusiness, he has become a much-loved household name.This hilarious, warm and compellingly-written autobiography takes us back to Louie's early days in Essex, with a cast of characters that includes Nanny Lock (who lived down the Enfield lock), Nanny Twinkle and Nanny Downer (with whom Louie, as a kid, would swipe cans of Special Brew). Still Got It, Never Lost It! is the story of the real-life Billy Elliot - a tale that proves thing can stop you when you think big and hold on to your dreams.
Louie Spence, one of the country's most hilarious celebrities and talented dancers, is currently a judge on Dancing On Ice. Louie got his big break dancing in the award-winning production of Miss Saigon and went on to star in Cats. But his talent took him to even higher levels, and he was soon sharing a stage with the Spice Girls and Take That. He became the star of the documentary series Pineapple Dance Studios and its follow-up Louie Spence's Showbusiness. Louie was born in Ponders End and raised in Braintree, Essex. He lives with his partner in London.