BBC Strictly Come Dancing fans say say 'make it make sense' as they fear for 'broken' star as he 'walks out' of ballroom
19.11.2023 - 12:17
Strictly Come Dancing fans have fumed 'make it make sense' as they pointed out an issue with the judges' critique, leaving them fearing for one 'broken' star. There was a lot of excitement on Saturday night (November 18) as the BBC One dance contest headed north.
As is the show's annual tradition, the cast and crew descended on Blackpool where the seven remaining couples performed live in the famous Tower Ballroom. Week nine of the competition got underway with a high-octane routine from the show's team of professional dancers - and some added extra performers - to a medley of hit songs.
It was then time for the couples to take to the floor as they hoped to put their best foot forward in a bid to make it through to week ten of the hit show while the battle for the Glitterball trophy continued.
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After a number of energetic and sometimes intense routines, it was over to Casualty actor Nigel Harman and his professional dance partner Katya Jones to close the show.
The pair performed a quickstep to It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing by Duke Ellington. But kicking off the comments, Craig Revel Horwood picked fault.
He said: "This sort of dancing is right up my street ... however, the footwork went wrong quite a bit." And while Motsi Mabuse praised the dance, she also commented on the slight flaws. Before Anton Du Beke said Nigel is "just a brilliant dancer."
However, Strictly fans couldn't help but point out that earlier in the show, mistakes were witnessed from other couples, including Angela Rippon and Kai Widdrington. But in
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