These are available as ringtones through Revel Horwood's website, with profits going to the National Osteoporosis Society.Another common utterance is "Three words: Fab-u-lous!He is best known as a judge on the BBC dancing show Strictly Come Dancing. He was associate director and choreographer of West Side Story, assisted Bob Avian with Martin Guerre and was resident director of Miss Saigon.
He competed against Josie Lawrence, Marcus du Sautoy and Trevor Nelson.
Also appearing were Mark Elder, Danielle de Niese, Alfie Boe and Kiri te Kanawa.
on 13 July 2017, in which he learned about his ancestry and family history.
Revel Horwood choreographed the final scene in Paddington 2.
In 2011, Revel Horwood revealed that he had undergone a breast reduction during 2010 because his "C"-size cups rendered dancing painful. I have been gay ever since." In January 2015, Revel Horwood revealed on ITV's Loose Women that he suffered from anorexia and body dysmorphia as a teenager and young dancer, as a result of trying to make himself look like other young men, and other dancers in particular. featured Revel Horwood's ancestry in the second episode.
In December 2014, Revel Horwood informed a reporter from OK! I flitted between men and women quite a lot between the ages of 17 and 26. His family history research takes him home to Australia where he discovered that his family tree traces back to Gloucestershire, Lancashire and Essex in England.He returned as a judge for the third series of the Comic Relief edition in 2007.The show was cancelled by the BBC after the third series had ended.", with the syllables of the word articulated as three separate words.Revel Horwood similarly breaks up the syllables and throws the stress forward to the final syllable for "A-ma-zing! To appreciate erotically-charged routines, Revel Horwood will declaim, "absolute filth," often immediately followed by "..I loved it!Revel Horwood appeared in Episode 5 of Series 2 of Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends, during which Theroux investigates the trials and tribulations of struggling New York City actors.