Sir Bruce Forsyth is stepping down as presenter of BBC1 series Strictly Come Dancing. Sir Bruce, who lives in Surrey, has spent a decade fronting the show. Picture on front page courtesy of Matt Crossick/Empics Entertainment
He's the local boy who's a dancing legend - but today, Dartford's Len Goodman made a surprise appearance at a Day Centre in Northfleet - not to dazzle with his fancy footwork, but to have a sing-a-long.
He was visiting a group which has been nominated for a National Lottery Award, and he wasted no time in getting stuck in to numbers like "Rock around the clock".
David Johns went to meet him as well as song club founder Stuart Brown, Heather Pickering from Gravesham Choral Society, and Natasha Brown from the National Lottery Awards.
Strictly Come Dancing star Len Goodman is visiting a singing club for older people that addresses isolation and loneliness issues in Kent.
The group meets in Northfleet and the head judge has joined them for a sing-a-long and "a bit of a chat".