The dancer Robin Windsor from Strictly Come Dancing has passed away. He was 44 years old.

People are remembering Robin Windsor, who used to be on Strictly Come Dancing. He died at 44 years old.

He danced with famous people like Anita Dobson, Deborah Meaden, Patsy Kensit, and Lisa Riley on the BBC show.

Many people are sharing their feelings after hearing about Robin’s death on Tuesday.

His ex-boyfriend Marcus Collins shared pictures of them together on Instagram, saying, “Robin, you were loved a lot.”

Craig Revel Horwood, a judge on Strictly Come Dancing, said, “I just heard the sad news that my dear friend Robin Windsor has passed away. He was kind, funny, and caring. He will be missed a lot. My heart goes out to his family and friends. Rest in peace, dear friend.”

Windsor and Riley reached the semi-final of the show together in 2012. Riley said she felt “brokenhearted” when she heard about his death. She wrote on social media, “My Bestie, My Robin, My Angel… now our forever Angel. You’ll always be loved, forever in my heart. My heart is broken, I love you. Shine your beautiful, electric energy from heaven. SHINE IN PEACE.”

James Jordan, who was on Strictly with Windsor, said, “I worked with him for many years on Strictly. Everyone who met him loved him, from his celebrity partners to his colleagues. We’ll miss you, old friend.”


The dancer Robin Windsor also danced with newsreader Susanna Reid in 2011 for a special episode of Strictly Come Dancing for Children In Need.

Reid was shocked and emotional when she announced Windsor’s death on Good Morning Britain. She asked her co-star Ed Balls, who was also on Strictly, to take over.

Reid said, “We have some very sad news to share. A beloved member of the Strictly Come Dancing family, Robin Windsor, passed away. I’m sorry, Ed, I can’t read this because I danced with him… it’s about Robin Windsor.”

She continued, “Robin was really lively and I fell in love with him and dancing when we danced together for Children In Need’s 2011 special. He was an amazing dancer, very strong, creative, and he loved dancing so much. I just loved him. He had an incredible personality.”

He also danced with Alison Hammond, the host of Great British Bake Off, in the 2015 Christmas special.

Windsor’s death was announced in a statement on the Facebook page of the dance company he started, Burn the Floor.

The statement says: “The Burn the Floor family is sad to say goodbye to one of its founding members, Robin “Bobby” Windsor, who has passed away.

“He danced with us for twenty years – on Broadway, The West End, and all our wild adventures around the world.

“His amazing picture with Jessica Raffa showed what our company is all about – vibrant, extreme, and sensual.

“His talent, attitude, energy, and personality helped make Burn the Floor famous. We will miss him deeply, but we will always cherish our memories of him.”

Windsor was on Strictly Come Dancing from 2010 to 2015. He had to leave the show in 2015 because he had a slipped disc and was paralyzed for four days.

He was most recently in a show called Come What May, which was a tribute to Moulin Rouge.

The company he worked with, Sisco Entertainment, also announced his death on social media. They said, “We’re sad to announce that our friend, Robin Windsor, has passed away. He was more than just a performer in ‘Come What May’; he was full of passion, grace, and talent. His dancing moved people and his spirit made everyone happy.”

Strictly judge Shirley Ballas called Windsor a “true gentleman.” She said, “I’m very sad to hear about Robin Windsor. He was kind, gracious, and a hard worker. He was a wonderful dancer and a good person. You will be missed.”

Erin Boag, who was also on Strictly Come Dancing, said, “I’m sad to hear about Robin Windsor. He was very talented. My thoughts are with his family. You will be missed.”

The Strictly Come Dancing team also said, “We’re sad to hear about Robin Windsor. He was not just a great dancer but also a kind person. Our thoughts are with his family.”

The dancer started dancing when he was just three years old in Ipswich, as his website says.

He competed for England in many championships, both in England and around the world.

In 2001, he became part of the cast of Burn The Floor and traveled around the world for 10 years. He even performed on Broadway for nine months.

Windsor also danced on shows like Dancing With The Stars in Australia and So You Think You Can Dance in the Netherlands. He helped with choreography for the Australian version of So You Think You Can Dance and also spoke to motivate others.