Alex signed with Arsenal aged eight and stayed with the team for most of her career. Alex helped the club achieve a domestic double of the FA Women’s Cup and the FA Women’s Premier League. She was also a key figure in the historic quadruple season for Arsenal in which they won all their trophy competitions. Alex then led the team as captain for the 2014/15 season. While playing for England, Alex travelled the world playing football, also representing Great Britain in the 2016 Olympics in Rio. When she retired in 2017, Alex was the second most capped England player with 140 appearances.

Since her retirement in 2018, Alex has begun a successful broadcasting career. Alex is a key member of BBC Sport’s football broadcasting team and has become a regular face for Sky Sports football coverage. Alex made history last August as the first female Sky pundit on a Sky Sports’ Super Sunday and made waves as a fresh addition to the BBC World Cup commentary line up.

Read more about Alex on her Wikipedia page:,_born_1984)

Follow Alex on Twitter: @AlexScott and on Instagram: alexscott2

Alex will be taking part in the seventeenth series of Strictly and will dance with Neil Jones


1QuickstepI Get A Kick Out Of You
2Cha cha chaWhat I Did For Love
3RumbaHow Far I’ll Go
4TangoGo Your Own Way
5CharlestonPump Up The Jam


WeekDanceCRHMMSBBT Total
1 Quickstep 5 5 5 6 21
2 Cha cha cha 4 6 6 6 22
3 Rumba 5 6 6 6 23
4 Tango 4 6 6 7 23
5 Charleston 8 8 8 9 33

CRH = Craig Revel Horwood
MM = Motsi Mabuse
SB = Shirley Ballas
BT = Bruno Tonioli
* In Week 5, Bruno Tonioli was away and was replaced by Alfonso Ribeiro as a guest judge