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BBC Strictly Kirstie | 20:33 UK time, Saturday, 5 November 2011

Wow! What a night full of tumbles and Tangos, curious Craig-kissing and Jive-induced injuries.

Our ever-changing leaderboard re-shuffled itself once more as Chelsee and Pasha saw themselves shoot to the top of the pack with 36 points, whilst Rusell and Flavia's Paso saw them plunge to the bottom with 24.

Last week's leader Jason failed to light the judges' fire with his Rumba, leaving Kristina in shock, but do you agree with their appraisal?

Here are the scores again for Week 6. Be sure to tune in on Sunday at 7.25pm on BBC One to find out which couple will be out in the cold .

Top of the leaderboard

Top of the leaderboard

Bottom of the leaderboard

Bottom of the leaderboard

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    Anyone else disappointed with Jennifer's judging performance tonight? Personally I think Karen Hardy should've stood in for Len. Moreover she should be made a full time judge next year. If you agree please 'like' our Facebook group and maybe Aunty Beeb will make this dream a reality. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Karen-Hardy-for-a-Strictly-Come-Dancing-judge-in-2012/155872251177187?sk=wall

  • Comment number 2.

    I will just say this... JG makes Alesha look like a credible judge!

  • Comment number 3.

    wow. Third place for the most lifeless, unhappiest Samba I've seen. Brilliant judging - just brilliant.

  • Comment number 4.

    its time for russell to go

  • Comment number 5.

    I need to get into character before I post my comment ... discard compassion, sense of humour and all positive personality traits.

    OMG, this was the worst Strictly Eva. Aliona doesn't care about her partner, Jennifer Grey scores too high, only Craig talks se ....

    Oh, no! My dance fanatic personality is slipping ...

    ... Chelsee you were awesome tonight, love you dancing, love your partnership with Pasha, just love you to bits.

  • Comment number 6.

    Lots of tied scores again :-( This could mean a real upset for departure on Sunday.

    If nothing else Jennifer has made Alesha look brilliant and anyone fed up with grumpy Len should be glad to have him back. Whilst her comments were fairly bland (and seemed scripted) her scoring was dire.

  • Comment number 7.

    I can't get to grips with this scoring system. If the public votes were Chelsee (1), Holly (2), Harry (3), Anita (4), Alex (5), Robbie (6), Jason (7), Lulu (8), Audley (9), Russell (10) then the overall scores added would surely be Chelsee (11), Holly (11), Harry (11), Anita 11), Alex (12), Robbie (12) Jason (12), Lulu (12), Audley(13), Russell (13). How could a bottom two be picked from that? Or have I got the wrong end of the stick with the scoring completely?

  • Comment number 8.

    @ 2_Red_Shoes

    The chances of the public vote being totally opposite to the judges are exceedingly remote. However if Russell were to be the most popular with the public and Chelsee the least then the voters have chosen that way. The public preference takes priority in the event of tied judges scores for close results.

    However judging by the blogs here and elsewhere I cannot see that outcome happening as Chelsee & Pasha seem to be a popular pair.

  • Comment number 9.

    At the last moment, I decided to vote for 2 dancers, but had failed to make a note of the second number. Why isn't there a list of dancer's numbers somewhere on the web pages .... or have I missed it somewhere?

  • Comment number 10.

    This comment was removed because the moderators found it broke the house rules. Explain.

  • Comment number 11.

    what was Jennifer grey doing on there tonight??? Love her in dirty dancing.. but then messed up big time...

  • Comment number 12.

    Only just seen tonights show - very strange scoring that just is NOT consistent to the quality of dancing...I quite missed Len.

    Still loving harry and aliona although this wasnt their best dance (cant stop watching last weeks tango) but they were still awesome.

    Only thing is I have tried ringing to vote for harry and the lines are closed...is this normal - do the lines close before midnight?

  • Comment number 13.

    Why was Jennifer Grey on the panel it was ridiculous its not like SCD need the ratings they are beating the other side anyway!!! Not impressed with many dances tonight does anyone remember Chris and Ola's charlston it was brilliant. I still like Russell for the sheer entertainment but this year do not have outright favourite.

  • Comment number 14.

    @ fayedavis

    The voting lines close after a short time. Last night it was 8:15pm so trying to vote at midnight is a waste.

  • Comment number 15.

    @ Mars Arcanum @ 8

    I agree that the chances of the combined scores being the way Red Shoes set's as an example is remote. But I see Chelsee and Pasha not surviving due to popularity. I see them surviving because of the small matter of conscience. When push comes to shove the public weighs up the novelties of SCD against the qualities of it and in the end the public may put someone like Nancy ahead of Rory, but could not put someone like Nancy ahead of Chelsee or Jason.

  • Comment number 16.

    This is a plea for Brendan to be given a real contender next year. Two years running now he has had what you might call no-hopers and we are denied seeing his wonderful dancing. In my opinion he fantastic and wonderfully charismatic. Also, this year he seems mature in himself - perhaps marriage agrees with him. It is ludicrous that the newcomers like Pasha and Artem (both of whom I love) get the celebritis with potential. Brendan is a fantastic creative artist and a terrific dancer and I want to see him perform to his potential. He is not Anton.

  • Comment number 17.

    I agree with some posters here. I thought the BBC were cutting back on their costs, losing staff etc. So why bring a relatively unknown American actress/dancer to act as judge, when there are so many UK people available?
    Ok so JG was in Dirty Dancing how long ago was that? I think you have lost the plot BBC. But what do I know I only pay my licence fee.

  • Comment number 18.

    Given how much impact the judges' scores have on the final outcome it seems unfair to me to have amateurs on the judging panel, no matter how nice they may be. The judges' feedback is an important part of the entertainment and the non-professionals seems to be able to say little more than whether or not they enjoyed a performance. I could do that! 'Professional dancers only' on the panel in future, please. I would love to see another ballroom expert to supplement Len's knowledge. This week I felt that the scoring was all over the place and the comments verging from bland to ridiculous.

  • Comment number 19.

    Agree with the above, the scoring was dire. If you give an 8 for Lulu what have you got left to give to Chelsee, that really reflects the difference?
    Have seen it suggested here last year that each judge be only allowed to use one score once. That'd learn them! Only Criag comes anywhere near that. Craig for top judge, please.
    Thought Bruno was quite good this week, perhaps he just shows off when Len's there?
    Pasha, Kristina, Artem are amazing choreographers.
    Much preferred last night's show to Halloween night. At least we didn't have death of dancing by a thousand props.

  • Comment number 20.

    Windhave, not sure I totally agree about the judges impact. There are many examples of where the bottom two couples are kept in by voters and better dancers have left. Last year was good example with AW, this year Nancy, Audley and now Russell are bottom but have survived because of popularity.
    So don't pay too much attention to the judges scores I would suggest.

  • Comment number 21.

    I am getting a little fed-up with Lulu getting praised for dancing not better than Nancy by the judges. Just because I suppose she is the "biggest" celebrity she is getting the special treatment certain celebrities get every year. I have nothing against her but it is soo grating that this happens every year!

  • Comment number 22.

    Meant to say not much better than Nancy

  • Comment number 23.

    I enjoyed the appearance of Jennifer Grey if for no other reason than it served to demonstrate that everything is not necessarily better from across the Atlantic. Once Lulu obtained an 8 Jennifer had nowhere else to go, Did I detect a certain embarrassment when she had to repeat "8" as many times as Len does "7"? Lulu's comments were as ever congratulatory though her marks kept her third from bottom. Karen Hardy would have graced the panel not just for her knowledge but also for her personality - she's got it in spades plus glamour. In fairness, I thought the panel were more constructive than in previous shows, Bruno's tempering of his excessive outbursts and vertical toes being a notable bonus. And I thought Holly's performance (aided by superb choreography) was more subtle than the also excellent Chelsea and deserving of equal marks. Unlike some of the panel, I did not find Jason's rumba routine dull in terms of choreography, just noted his inability to perform to his normal high standards in a very demanding dance.

  • Comment number 24.

    If ever there was proof that we should have professional judges, last night was it. The American started high and stuck to it, marking nearly everyone the same and when it came to Holly's beautiful dance they marked it low! The women definitely outshone the men last night. Chelsee, Holly and Anita were great, more dancing less gimmicks please. The dresses were better last night.

  • Comment number 25.

    Last night was without a doubt Ladies Night. Not one male outdanced the ladies. Pity the ranking has to suit the bookies. Alex and Anita should have been third and fourth. Even Lulu was good, apart from the odd stumble here and there. Robbie, Russell and Jason seem to be getting worse each week. I'd certainly like to see an all female final given the performances so far.

  • Comment number 26.

    Len - no more holidays during Strictly. At one point thought Jennifer could only find her "8" paddle! Please make this Bruce's last.

  • Comment number 27.

    To sum up and yes what I am going to say will go against what has been said here but I'm sorry I have to disagree with the verdict about Jennifer Grey on the judging panel because frankly they were a breath of fresh air to me last night after watching the spoilt childeren that is the X Factor judges differences between both judging panels.

    The Strictly judges keep it polite
    The Strictly judges do not tear into a couple and make them doubt themselves
    The Strictly judges do not make couples on the dancefloor feel worthless
    The Strictly do not engage in petty in fighting live on national TV like Gary Barlow and Louis Walsh were last night how they behaved was disgraceful Louis telling Gary to shut up and Gary telling him to get back in his box and Louis like a spoilt child stating I won't get back in my box.

    And yes Jennifer Grey's scores were a bit suspect a high percentage of her comments were dodgy but she was polite classy and refined and for me.

    Is it any wonder Strictly is beating X Factor in the ratings.

    The defence rests.

  • Comment number 28.

    I agree Holly was under marked, for me her dance was the best of the night. It was classy, music was fab, costumes were fab and the routine was fab. The only reason why it was probably marked down is that Holly looks down at the floor a lot. Head up through out next time Holly =)

  • Comment number 29.

    Tess Daly looked stunning on Strictly last night. WOW!

  • Comment number 30.

    Time to lay off Alesha Dixon, Jennifer Gray your marks were a joke......

    Just cant believe how undermarked Jason & Kristina were, totally wrong best Rhumba by a male celeb by a country mile!!!

  • Comment number 31.

    Here Here Fergal, stopped watching X-FACTOR last week. The only act I flick back to watch is Marcus and then I switch of and watch Strictly again on SKY+. Im I allowed to say that =S

  • Comment number 32.

    Hi all,

    Now to sum up on the performances last night as sum left me stone cold and some had me toe tapping all the way from the off.

    Best performances of the night for me and there were four.

    Chelsee and Pasha top performance by a mile they totally nailed that Charleston it was fast and electric this lady is turning out to be a serious contender now as we reach the halfway stage.

    Holly and Artem all the ingerdiants for a jive were there fabulous kicks and flicks and a great handstand by Holly finally we are seeing an explosion of closeness and fun between these two.

    Anita and Robin bit of a slow start to their Charleston could have got into it from the off but they rescued it and frankly they always deliver on performance even though it does take a while to get going and they are my favourites did enough to get them over the line this week.

    Russell and Flavia they make it to the best performances for me because it was like a lame Benny Hill sketch but Russell keeps bringing fun and enjoyment to his routines that make you like him.

    Worst performances of the night for me and there were three that sood out like bad migranes for me.

    Robbie and Ola one look at his sad depressed face in the first second was enough to kill the routine for me from the off lacking in the wrong emotions and depressing to watch.

    Jason and Kristina totally lacked passion and excitement absoloutley no connection with Kristina Jason for me seems to be going forward one week and backwards the next and at this stage he needs to be on top of his game.

    Audley and Natalie one for the bottom two for me this week and all down to his footwork for me which was totally lacking and totally rubbish total letdown.

  • Comment number 33.

    Yes Fudgeman, I thought Jason was under marked too. I thought he deserved a lot better, his lines were good. He needs more connection however....but well hes got one of the hard dances out of the way now. Just needs to get the Vietnaese waltz and samba out of the way now. Once those dances are put to bed he should be on the home straight!!!

  • Comment number 34.

    So may saves and danger list read as follows.

    Safe

    Chelsee and Pasha
    Anita and Robin
    Holly and Artem
    Alex and James
    Russell and Flavia(In the safe category for the excitement and fun last night)
    Fairly safe but need to go back to the drawing board and a kick up the rear for one couple

    Harry and Aliona(That samba lacked excitement and Harry was bored but the steps were sexy enough to get them to the finish line)
    Lulu and Brendan(Started off good got decidely worse at the end but her excellent start will be enough)
    Jason and Kristina(Should be in the bottom twio after that dismal performance but their fanbase and popularity will get them through to next week but Kristina give him a kick up the rear and get him in Latin mode one more dismal Latin routine like that and he is on his way out)

    Bottom Two

    Audley and Natalie(Rubbish footwork and had no style and grace whatsoever)
    Robbie and Ola(His sad depressed lost puppy dog face totally killed the dance stone dead for me)

    Going Home

    Audley and Natalie(Even though I really feel that Robbie and Ola should go home and he deserves to go home after that depressing performance Audley and Natalie will because he has been in the bottom two once and you don't survive a second time in the bottom two his time's up and it's the taxi and footbath for Audley this evening)

    Those are my views
    Keeeeeeep Dancing

  • Comment number 35.

    Oh and to sum up about Len Goodman who is away on holidays this week I would rather watch him dish out a verdict as head judge than watch the tiresome child that is Louis Walsh on the other side.

    And yes Sir Crucie does have awful jokes and is cringeworthy and embrassing and I do fast forward his segamants on the show and also the cheesy VT's now.

    But after last night's X Factor where the judges need Supernanny and a couple of hours on the naughty step and the acts couldn't crack Pontins.

    I would rather watch Brucie's rubbish gags and Len's grumpiness over the X Factor any day.

    And in my opinion I hope Strictly beats X Factor at the National TV Awards this year.

    The defence definitley rests.

    And also the couples especially Russell Grant no how to go out there and give us viewers a good time and Russell has Kylie giving him support on Twitter.

    Need I say more.

  • Comment number 36.

    Thought the marking last night was way off. Felt like I was watching a different show to the judges. Jason and Kristina definitely under marked.

    As for Jennifer, she seemed to be following a script. Karen Hardy would have been a much better stand-in for Len.

    A disappointing show.

  • Comment number 37.

    I am a passionate follower of Strictly and have been since it began. I am, for the first time, feeling let down by the show. It is high time the judges commented on and gave credit for technical content and ability. It's true emotion and the 'story' of teh dance are important - btu this seems to have taken over - and the judges overlooking, to a large degree, the subject of teh content of the dance. Each dance has its own style - btu we are not seeing those distinguishing features as the contestants are not being taught enough of teh steps.
    Congratulations to Jason and to Holly who are producing a proper dance - with content - they have good teachers. If the judges woudl commetn on the steps, technicality and content a little more then perhaps the professionals would focus on it more. Craig is booed and shouted down when he dares to commetn on what is important - but he understands that a lot of people watchign are passionate about dance - and know abuot the standards that can be achieved
    Just one more thing - Russell can dance - he has a good sense of rhythm and good posture. I hate to see him just bein gallowed to 'ham it up' Flavia should make him take it a little more seriously - and let him shown what he really do - let's not have just another joker in the crowd - this time the joker can dance!

  • Comment number 38.

    Just caught up with last nights show. Didn't think much of Jennifer Gray as a judge. She overmarked a number of the contestants - Lulu for starters !

    Jason was undermarked, rumba is a typically difficult dance for the male celebs and although some of his steps looked very "placed", at least he didn't just pose and postulate and let Kristina do all the work.

    Audley needs to start getting up on his toes more. I didn't see much/any rise and fall in his waltz - think he may be for the chop tonight.

    Loved Russel and Flavia. Again, Russel gets the steps in (maybe not in a dainty way, but he doesn't Flavia do all the work).

    Loved Chelsee and Pasha's charleston - fun, cheeky and very entertaining.

  • Comment number 39.

    Would remind people Audley & Natalie were doing a VW so not so much rise & fall needed.

  • Comment number 40.

    @27 Fergal - I'd have to disagree about Jennifer Grey being a breath of fresh air. In fact, I think she's added to the decidedly stale air of Strictly this year. Yes Strictly is entertainment but it's also supposed to be a competition. If you pat everyone on the head, say they all did well and give them all 10s, what's the point of them all working hard at dancing every week and what's the point of us watching? It's called Strictly Come Dancing, not Strictly You Came Out and Entertained Us.

    Yes, I agree with you - Jennifer Grey is classy and refined, but let's be honest, what did she actually add to the programme? She is not a dancer, therefore, what exactly is she judging? Thus, as with Alesha, we got a few meaningless unconstructive platitudes. Look at the reaction of the contestants when Craig gives praise, or a score of 9 or 10 - it may be hard earned but at least they know they've earned it. As others have pointed out here, Karen Hardy is also classy and refined ... and also would have been able to offer some valuable advice and comments regarding the dancing.

    I do agree with you that it is nice to watch a programme where everyone isn't tearing each other apart. However, I actually think Strictly is actually starting to go this way, where the emphasis is less on the dancing, and more on who offers the most entertainment value and how much you can slag them off afterwards.

  • Comment number 41.

    could not believe that Jennifer was happy to give so many people 8 when there was such a difference in the quality of their dances - bring on Karen Hardy next time!

  • Comment number 42.

    Teddyandgypsy said it all for me - just watch Brendan's hand on the back of his partner - it signals all the time, more so than any other dancer - it fascinates me and if I was able to have ONE dance with anyone it would be him.

  • Comment number 43.

    I am getting very fed up with all the props. The occasional prop enhances a routine, but the show is now looking like a job creation scheme for prop makers, instead of a dancing show. We have staircases, cars, coffins, bulls, the list is endless. Can someone give the prop department a holiday for one week, then we may be able to see the quality of the dancing.

  • Comment number 44.

    land girl, i know what you mean!!! I LOVE CHELSEE AND PASHA THEY ARE GEORGEOUS AND THEY SUIT EACHOTHER PERFECTLY!!!! go chelsee !!! :) :) xox,

  • Comment number 45.

    Well point taken Emma but I have to disagree with you on your last point as far as I'm concerned Strictly is all about the entertainment and the dancing for example I'd rather watch Russel Grant go out and have fun on the dancefloor rather than watch that tone deaf wannabe with the bird's nest on his head murder another song on X Factor.

    As for slagging people off I criticise on dance performance but overall I'm impartial.

  • Comment number 46.

    Final thoughts before the results show later this evening.

    Top 6 saves

    Chelsee and Pasha
    Holly and Artem
    Anita and Robin
    Alex and James
    Harry and Aliona(Even though their samba was dull and lifeless they did turn on the sex enough to get then over the finish line)

    Best Of The Rest

    Lulu and Brendan(Her good start during her tango will be enough to save them)
    Jason and Kristina(Their fanbase should save them even though I do think a week in the bottom two might be enough to wake Jason up)

    Bottom Two

    Robbie and Ola(Most depressing dance of the night)
    Audley and Natalie(Poor footwork totally let the routine down)

    Going Home

    Audley and Natalie

    My thoughts soo far will comment after the reslts show
    Keeeeeep Dancing

  • Comment number 47.

    Oh and Russell and Flavia are in my top 6 saves for the fun and humour he brought to that Paso.

    Keeeeeep Dancing

    Hope to get a fair result this evening

  • Comment number 48.

    The scores did not seem to match the comments this week and please do not have Jennifer Grey back! She started too high and as said previously had no where to go! Other weeks Anita has been overmarked but this week I thought her charleston deserved at least a 9 - after all the judges praised her to the hilt. V disappointing!

  • Comment number 49.

    Think you're wrong about Lulu, Fergal. I think Audley should be waving goodbye, but I think it will be Lulu because the public haven't warmed to her.

  • Comment number 50.

    I agree with you Dimo21. There is no doubt there was a disparity between the judges comments and their scores. I noticed particularly during Jasons rumba. I thought the judges criticism of their rumba was spot on but the scores didn't match them apart from maybe Craigs 6.

    Anitas charleston did get a lot of praise but I think they maybe went overboard because I didn't think it was overly special. In fact even if the scores didn't live up to the comments I felt they were still slightly overmarked though.

    I was a little suprised that 2 judges who know about dancing or choreography couldn't see the story Robbie & Ola were telling and accused them of a lack of chemistry

  • Comment number 51.

    I agree with a lot of the posters about the influence of Jennifer Grey. It is nice to have a judge who is able to pick positives out of different performances but at the same time you have to give scores that are a fair reflection of the performances and on the whole Jennifer Grey didn't do that. I thought that she got Chelsee and Alex right. Maybe she undermarked Holly but on she certainly overmarked everyone else.Jasons rumba was awful and rightly got criticised although (as I said in my last post) that wasn't reflected in the score he was given.

    As for who should go you can make an argument for 4 of the guys struggling to survive tonight but I think it shows how the competition has been able to move on from Nancy because Russell was bottom with a respectable 24. The next lowest score is 27.

    Having said the competition has been able to move on from Nancy, she has tried to get herself back in the limelight by telling the media that she wants Bruces job.

  • Comment number 52.

    "Im a Loveman" didnt know that was by Ottis Redding

  • Comment number 53.

    Jennifer Grey's comments and scores looked totally scripted. Perhaps this is why she looked so bad. Just wish she had been allowed to use her own word & scores.

  • Comment number 54.

    Why does Claudia wear her mum's frocks. Tess looks fantastic!!

  • Comment number 55.

    As we expected Jennifer Grey was a poor judge – I agree with ojtocs @ 2 – she was worse than Alesha – scoring six couples higher than Alesha and four the same as her. She even said tonight that because she was a contestant she found it hard to be critical. I hope the BBC will ensure we don’t have any more ex-contestants as judges as they make such poor judges. Surprisingly I was not unhappy with the scoring apart from Jennifer. There were no 10’s. I hope the judges have been told not to score 10’s unless they consider the dance perfect and not just the best one.

    I disagree with supersuper-gran @ 24, the judges did not really mark Holly low, two judges marked her the same as Chelsee. Maybe Craig and Alesha marked her down because of the lack of lots of kicks and flicks, however considering the dance was changed and Holly didn’t get to rehearse with Artem she did fantastically well and I liked the dance. She also had a wardrobe malfunction!

    I did agree with the judges that Chelsee was the best dancer on the night and I was happy with the order the judges placed the couples. I would have been happy to see Alex above Anita (like 2_Red_Shoes @ 25) but I am not too unhappy with them getting the same score.

    I thought the judges were right to put Audley, Lulu and Russell in the bottom three. I was concerned about Jason and so voted for him for the first time, but unlikely it will be for the last time. I think it is great how well Jason takes on board the criticism when he doesn’t perform at his best.

    Again I find myself defending Robbie, I thought his performance was good and his acting was great. I thought it was a good waltz with lots of time in hold unlike Audley who spent very little time in hold. I disagree with Fergal @ 32 I thought Audley had good footwork but I had issues with his top line.

  • Comment number 56.

    I really didn't get last nights scoring, but then I rarely do. I think we need to go back to the old format of half couples doing one ballroom dance, other couples doing one latin dance. Then you can judge against each other fairly. It's very difficult to judge a Quickstep against a Waltz as the dance is so technically different.

    the one thing I will say is that Jennifer Grey was not a good judge. I'm not a fan of Alesha but at least she wasn't wooden, even if her dress sense leaves a lot to be desired! As far as I'm concerned Karen Hardy should be the female judge on the panel as she knows what she's talking about and can give true pointers for improvement.

  • Comment number 57.

    Fergal @ 45

    I didn't mean you personally slag them off! I meant in general, it seems as though Strictly is become more about "characters" like Anne Widdecombe, Nancy Del Olio and John Serjeant and how the point seems to be to laugh at them rather than to see them dance. For me, personally, I like the dancing and the celebrities are incidental - I'd watch it if it was people off the street. Also, I personally think that Strictly has got a little bit nastier over the last couple of years, but yes, I agree with you, it is nowhere near as bad as the X-Factor!

  • Comment number 58.

    I know it can be tempting to think that SCD has only recently introduced bad dancers, but one of my earliest memories is being dumbfounded at Chris Parker's flatfooted stomping about in series one. And in series 2 it was Julian Clary's lacklustre performances that made me wonder what was going on. Both made it right to the end and both were deliberately bad dancers. The "laugh at the mule in the pack" element seems to have continued from day one. I think Russell is very entertaining but I would hate to think that he was good on Saturday. That looked more like he was mocking the Paso than trying to dance. Clown acts are all very well as long as they don't overstay their welcome. However, if the public like the daft stuff they will vote for it. Shame when enthusiastic dancers go at the expense of less interested but more entertaining (to some).

  • Comment number 59.

    Alisha liked to believe she was a credible judge with JG being there, which just irritated me even more!! JG was not trying to prove anything, Alisha thinks she actually DOES know not know anything........ not foolling anyone Alisha, just making a fool of yourself.................

  • Comment number 60.

    Jason's rumba was seriously undermarked - if Len was there he would have gained more points. Kristina choreographed excellent basic and more advanced steps and his shaping was very good. The mood was tender and romantic and made a welcome change from the lapdancing postulating we are usually forced to endure in the rumba.

 

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