BBC Strictly Come Dancing viewers 'in shock' after being distracted by same detail during Angela Rippon and Kai Widdrington exit
19.11.2023 - 21:19
Fans of Strictly Come Dancing say they are 'in shock' over one detail that was revealed during Sunday night's programme (November 19). Viewers tuned into the results show of the BBC One dance competition following Saturday's live show in Blackpool to find out the fate of the remaining seven couples.
As per the show's annual tradition, the lasting couples headed to the seaside town where the battle for the Glitterball continued. EastEnders star Bobby Brazier and his professional dance partner Dianne Buswell were the first couple to dance. The pair brought colour and fun to the famous venue and performed a jive to Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham.
Angela Rippon then took to the floor for her "full circle" moment. The veteran broadcaster returned to Blackpool decades after hosting Come Dancing, the classic inter-regional amateur dance contest that inspired Strictly Come Dancing, as she performed an American Smooth to Tea for Two by Ella Fitzgerald.
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But sadly, after giving it there all, it was Bobby and Angela who found themselves facing the dance off with their professional partners. The EastEnders actor and TV presenter each took to the iconic Blackpool ballroom for the second time in a bid to impress judges Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke and Head Judge, Shirley Ballas.
After both couples danced for what could be the final time, the Judges delivered their verdict. Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and Anton Du Beke each chose to save Bobby, with Craig commenting: "Craig said: “Well, there’s a standout performance for me
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