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The seventh instalment from the franchise was released straight to DVD in December 2009.
On 13 July 2009 Lytton went on GMTV to talk about her roles in the Shakespearean plays Much Ado About Nothing and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Despite this, Lytton appeared in the Christmas Special on Christmas Day with fellow contestants Mark Ramprakash, Matt Dawson and Emma Bunton, along with 2005's finalists Zoë Ball and Colin Jackson. Along with her East Enders co-star Christopher Parker, Louisa was vocal in her criticism of the media treatment of John Sergeant, which led to him resigning from the 2008 series of 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
She said she was surprised that Arlene Philips was removed a judge from the next series of Strictly Come Dancing due to her age, she is to be replaced by former contestant and 2007 winner Alesha Dixon.
She also appeared on Big Brother's Little Brother with Dermot O'Leary.
On 26 June 2007 she made a second appearance on lunchtime show Loose Women, this time promoting her addition to the cast of The Bill.
Aged 17 at the time, she was the youngest contestant to have appeared on the show until gymnast Claudia Fragapane took part in 2016.
Louisa Claire Lytton (born 7 February 1989) is an English actress and dancer.
She is known for her television roles as Ruby Allen in East Enders (2005–06, 2018–), and PC Beth Green in The Bill (2007–09).
Louisa's professional dance partner was Vincent Simone.
After several impressive performances she was eliminated in the quarter-finals, finishing in fourth place out of fourteen, losing out to Emma Bunton in the viewer vote for a place in the last three. Lytton began touring with 'Strictly' on 18 January 2008 with ex-East Enders co-stars, Letitia Dean and Matt Di Angelo, and ended the tour with 11 wins under her belt.