BBC Strictly Come Dancing viewers demand 'justice' and 'want to riot' as they spot emotional Nigel Harman move
18.11.2023 - 21:51
Strictly Come Dancing fans have demanded 'justice' for Nigel Harman as his routine in Blackpool failed to impress all the judges. On Saturday night (November 8) the seven remaining couples performed in the iconic Tower Ballroom as the show made its annual trip to the seaside town.
As per the show's annual tradition, week nine of the 2023 series took place in the gorgeous venue famed for its dancing history and things got off to a glitzy start with the hit show's group of professional dancers opening the show as they filled the sprung floor to a mega musical mash-up.
The show was then opened by EastEnders star Bobby Brazier and his professional dance partner Dianne Buswell the first couple to dance during the latest live show as they performed a jive to Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham! while Bobby sported a bright blue suit and Dianne donned a yellow frilly dress.
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And after a number of eye-catching, energetic and sometimes intense routines, it was over to Casualty actor Nigel and his professional dance partner Katya Jones to close the show by performing the quickstep to It Don’t Mean A Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing by Duke Ellington.
After finishing the performance, co-host Tess Daly told Nigel, who was dressed in a smart white tux: "That really felt like a fitting finale." 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
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