Big news today that should prove to be one of the funniest Strictly Come Dancing partnerships EVER and its all about Foxy Bingo and Comic Relief! News landed today that to help raise money for Comic Relief the loveable mascot from the internet bingo site Foxy Bingo has paired up with Kristina Rihanoff for a side splittingly funny dance video to tie in with the “Do something funny for money” them of this year’s Comic Relief.
We can today bring you exclusive picture of the adorable Foxy Bingo strutting his funky stuff with Kristina and we all know this loveable canid is quite a mover on the dance floor as we have seen in both the old and new Foxy Bingo adverts!
In addition to the dance video Foxy Bingo and Comic Relief have teamed up to bring a huge Foxy Red Nose game that will be taking place on Friday 13th March where there will be a huge £50,000 jackpot game. Over the next 6 weeks for every £1 spent on bingo tickets in a special series of games Foxy Bingo will donate £1 to the Comic Relief fund. The aim is for Foxy Bingo and Comic Relief to raise £150,000 with the Foxy Bingo dance craze set to hit internet bingo players by storm!
Games for Comic Relief Donations:-
- 13th February – 10p tickets – maximum 24 – £5,000 guaranteed – 9pm
- 20th February – 25p tickets – maximum 12 – £10,000 guaranteed – 9pm
- 27th February – 50p tickets – maximum 12 – £15,000 guaranteed – 9pm
- 6th March – £1 tickets – maximum 3 – £20,000 guaranteed – 9pm
- 13th March – £1 tickets – maximum 3 – £50,000 guaranteed – 9pm
According to the news today the Foxy Bingo dance is set to funky 70’s dance music, the genre synonymous with the Foxy mascot and looks like it is going to be worth a watch!
Kristina Rihanoff was originally paired with John Sergeant who the nation took to their hearts and had this to say about Foxy Bingo and Comic Relief:-
“It was great to work with the Foxy Bingo mascot creating our very own “Fox Trot”, the dance is great fun and will help people get fit in their own homes. Sign up to Foxy Bingo for the big Red Nose game and help raise as much as possible for Comic Relief.”