BBC Strictly Come Dancing fans say 'stop this nonsense' as they slam Craig Revel Horwood
18.11.2023 - 21:13
Strictly Come Dancing fans have demanded 'stop this nonsense' as they fumed over Craig Revel Horwood's move during the Blackpool special. On Saturday night (November 18), the hit BBC One dance contest was broadcast to viewers live from the iconic Tower Ballroom.
As per the show's annual tradition, the whole Strictly team left their usual Elstree studio behind and headed North to the seaside town for week nine of the BBC One dance as it continues for one week only in the iconic Tower Ballroom in the seaside town.
But it didn't take long for Craig to come under fire. The judge left viewers seriously unimpressed - and the hundreds in the Tower Ballroom booing - as he critiqued Layton Williams and Nikita Kumzin as they performed their sassy and energetic Couple's Choice.
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The cabaret-style dance saw the Bury-born actor and his professional dance partner leave everything on the dancefloor as they performed to Ain’t No Other Man by Christina Aguilera.
And while it was clear the live audience, and the viewers, loved the performance, Craig wasn't as convinced. He said: "It's a bit of a dilemma for me because I loved it, but it wasn't entirely in sync," before he received the loudest boos of the night. But he added: "You are one of the most incredible dancers I have seen on this show."
Getting into the positives, Motsi Mabue said: "That was incredible... epic," while head judge Shirley Ballas admitted: "I didn't see what you saw Craig ... pure artistic genius for me." Anton Du Beke then gushed: "You are just incredible."
Layton then dedicated the dance to
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