There are so many ways to get in touch with Strictly Come Dancing this year. We have the official BBC blog, the Official Strictly Facebook and Twitter feeds, pintrest, instagram just to name a few. 

 

We love sifting through your ALL comments. The good, the bad AND even the ugly ones. So much so that we've decided to showcase a few of the best from over the live weekends. So without further ado, let's see what you have been saying this week about Strictly Come Dancing.

 

First up, we had this great picture sent in from Lolam aged 7, who has called her new Guinea pigs Len and Bruno.

 

Then there has been much love for all our couples;

 

Team KiwiGB

PoshFrockAndFeatherBoag said "nicely done Queen Victoria! A bit stiff but acted well. Stupid dress getting in the way" where mollie5555 thought that "Victoria messed up way before the dress issues. Really like her though"

 

What do you think? Watch their routine again and see if things went wrong before the wardrobe malfunction took place.

 

Team Ton and Jerry

bruce42 thought that "Jerry moved more than she has all seriees, not necessarily in the right places but it is a start" while Strictly fan Kathy Holsgrove just went for the one word to describe Jerry... "different!"

 

What do you think? Watch their routine again to see if Jerry did move more than ever this series.

 

Team Ferrari

Jacqui Bush just had the one thing to say about Fern and Artem tonight... "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" (funnily enough spell checker doesn't seem to have that one listed!). Alayne Fawkes told us that his "3 year old boy had now watched Fern's dance 8 times in a row." Wow, that's a lot of Mary Poppins. We're glad he's liking the routine though.

 

What did you think? Watch Fern and Artem perform their Charleston again and again and again and again and.... Then you can join the 8 viewed crew as well.

 

Team Pasherley

After a shakey performance last week, fans really got behind Kimberley. SH_Coleman said "lovin Kimberley Walsh on BBC Strictly looking beautiful! And great dancing!" with frankynix86 agreeing "wow nimble Kimble! So beautiful"

 

Kimberley certainly made an impression on these fans but what about you? Watch their quickstep routine again

 

Team Vanjam

JackiHicks commented, saying "Denise and James so good! Strictly Come Dancing costume department have done brilliant job tonight" while clairegrigor commented to us saying "my 4 year old just walked in and saw TV and said 'mum that's Woody dancing. He's from Toy Story. They are good"

 

Do you agree with clairegrigor's son? Watch Denise and James perform their foxtrot again and decide for yourself.

 

Team Erick

Richard and Erin bounced back from being in the bottom two in week 2 and won over you at home as well as the judges. mapheaven said "he was a lot better this week. Even Craig liked it" and we all know that in itself is quite the accomplishment. geordiegirl83 thought that "Richard Arnold looks like Harry Potter in those glasses"

 

I can see what you mean! What do you think? Watch Richard and Erin perform their quickstep again to see perhaps a preview into Harry Potter's later life

 

Team Smurf

Here's Dani and Vincent with a picture sent in of the dancing duo, drawn by Eilidh aged 5.

Dani and Vincent made the nation quite emotional when they performed their foxtrot. DANCE_IN_PUBLIC thought that "Dani danced that beautifully. Actually brought a tear to my eye" while MarketingGeni commented, saying "can't believe there's a real Toto on BBC Strictly."

 

Well believe it and as further proof, check out when our online presenter Nikki Dean went backstage to meet the true star of Hollywood week.

 

Team Ri-Ro

Lisa was back to a latin routine and hall_tl said "Lisa you are FAB U LOUS! Love watching you" while Susan Hunter commented, "great dance. Great legs!"

 

We agree with you Susan. Check out Lisa's luscious legs in the jive they performed in week 3

 

Team Kanicky

Nicky and Karen finally had some positive feedback from our judges which seemed to please Debbie Hall; "well done Nicky it was nice to see you get some good judges comments this time." David kirby's comment was short but sweet; "SMOKIN NICKY. Excellent."

 

Why not watch Nicky dressed as The Mask once again and let us know whether you thought he was indeed smokin'?

 

Team Howznat

The Strictly social-verse seemed to be split with regards to Michael and Natalie's performance. redls52 thought that it was "awkward but he did try. Better than last week" whereas Louise James just thought that the "best bit was when he nearly fell off the chair!!"

 

Were you bowled over by Michael and Natalie's cha cha cha?

 

Team Colina

Colin and Kristina performed to a James Bond theme which left a lot of you out there like Karen Nicol. She was "shaken, stirred and wanting more!" While Rossana Dowsett needed to cool down by "taking a cold shower!"

 

How did the performance leave you feeling? Watch it again to see if you were shaken or stirred

 

Team Flouia

First up, we've had a lovely picture of Flavia sent in from Charlotte aged 6. We were so impressed with those artistic skills, we printed it out and gave it to Flavia.

Kees thought that "Louis again a nice performance. We are impressed. But we missed the joy and fun needed to do a smoking salsa" whereas Carrie Stanley commented, saying "Flavs and Louis were living my dream! He was more Patrick Swayze than the man himself"

 

Which side of the fence are you on? Hot or not? Watch Louis and Flavia's performance again and judge for yourself.

 

The Results

The sensational opening pro dancer routine had you all hooked on the Hollywood results show. Karen Linley thought that it was an "awesome opening to the show. Bit of glamour and very Hollywood."

 

We lost our second couple of Strictly 2012 and this is what you had to say;

 

Jonathan Gilbert thought that "the wrong couple left" while Busflower said, "sniff, sniff, sniff! So sorry for Anton" and Andreabolton also felt the same sadness, saying "so sad to see Jerry and Anton leave tonight. I loved them."

 

It certainly won't be the same here at SCD-HQ without the glamourous Jerry Hall and always dapper Anton Du Beke but thank you for all of your comments throughout the weekend. 

 

Don't forget you can always send your questions into It Takes Two for all of our Strictly stars. Remember to include your name and location and they might just appear on the show!

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  • Comment number 38. Posted by Angela North

    on 27 Oct 2012 12:32

    As Anton has reached a semi-final ( Lesley Garrett ) and three quarter finals ( Patsy Palmer,Laila Rouass and Ann Widdecombe ) I do think that with the right partner he could reach the final and maybe even win it; I would love to see him do a show dance!

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  • Comment number 37. Posted by MargaretB

    on 24 Oct 2012 21:31

    I think the right person left on Sunday. Jerry wasn't very good and she wasn't trying much either. At least the other chap is trying.
    I agree with the comments lots of people have made about the whizzy camera, the noisy audience and the terrible VTs - how sad that they have made a comeback. With them back in, plus the awful Hallowe'en theme next Saturday (surely that has been done to death by now) I probably won't watch.
    I wish the BBC would look seriously at the comments people make on these blogs - while not 100%, a lot of us are commenting on the same few things that we think spoil the show. For me it's the themes, the VTs, the props, and the way the dances are now starting to look quite samey because the rules about lifts, staying in hold and dancing to music with an appropriate rhythmn are mostly not being observed. It all combines to give the show the flavour of larking about rather than being competitive, and I think the show is poorer for that.

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  • Comment number 36. Posted by Oldgrumpy1

    on 24 Oct 2012 16:09

    Pleased to read from others comments, it's not just me, fed up with the ever increasing din from
    studio audiences! take the microphones off there seats, we don't want to hear them drowning out
    the band & singers or judges! As for Sir Bruce, what are folk complaining about? seems to me
    that he still has "it", perhaps he does find it harder work at his age, but he can still do it far better
    than a lot of the younger ones,
    also as an elder figurehead he lifts the show to a higher level I believe.

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  • Comment number 35. Posted by Ann Hird

    on 24 Oct 2012 15:52

    Echoing the comments re VT's, camera work and audience. Also, Brucie, not particularly funny and frankly a bit of an embarrassment. I mean, what comedian feels the need to explain his jokes!!! Then, when the audience "gets it" a bit early and laughs, he then goes on to finish the joke which the audience already got 20 secondes earlier.
    Now, an idea to whip up a controversy. Zoe Ball is quite good presenting ITT. However, I feel that she has rather too bit a presence for the show. Claudia in my view was much better in such a small and intimate arena. I would love to see her reutrn to the show and perhaps Zoe could take the place of Sir Brucie, never mind Anton. Let's hear it for the girls. Even up numbers front of house

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  • Comment number 34. Posted by michaela

    on 24 Oct 2012 12:59

    I am really disappointed that the silly sketches are starting to creep back in to the "here they are in rehearsal" sections - please stop it !!
    Not really into the themed shows either as there are too many props and not enough dancing.
    I still enjoy the show but perhaps not as much as I used to.

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  • Comment number 33. Posted by 501abt

    on 24 Oct 2012 11:27

    I strongly echo all of the above comments concerning the intrusion of the audience. The clapping is abysmal, out of time, too loud and just..there. What makes the studio audience think we'd rather listen to their tone deaf contribution and watch them having some kind of private knees up rather than enjoying the superb session musicians and global mega stars who perform on this show. The studio audience would be better situated in a 1950's talent show than on prime time TV, please act to mute this irritating presence.

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  • Comment number 32. Posted by aimeeaimee1000

    on 23 Oct 2012 22:15

    Victoria had a lift in her rumba her feet came off the floor and not one of the judges picked her up on it. Previously even in this series with Karen and Nicky the judges marked them down, why was it not mentioned to Victoria and why was it not marked down. I am sorry the judges are feeling sympathy for her and I cannot understand why there is one rule for one and another rule for someone else.

    Also sorry nutty nora just for the record Kara had ballet lessons when she was a child. Keep danciiiiiiing

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  • Comment number 31. Posted by chrissiebaby

    on 23 Oct 2012 19:20

    Sorry to say this as well but it's good to hear Bruce is taking time off. It needs to be permanent now, as he is clearly not the show biz person he was. As someone has already commented it cannot be good when so many people are now recording the show and fast forwarding through the Brucie bits.......

    Is anyone at the BBC listening ?Time to retire gracefully, Sir Bruce. Please.

    Oh, and I DO hope we're not going to see a repeat of the spectacularly awful Wembley thing this year................

    Lastly (I promise) less whizzy camera work (I too would like to see some of the things the judges are looking at), less whipping up of the audience into a frenzy and forget the stupid props. More actual dancing instead, please.

    Thank you !

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  • Comment number 30. Posted by Kimmy

    on 23 Oct 2012 15:26

    You should do strictly goes ROYAL :)

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  • Comment number 29. Posted by Sand in Surrey

    on 23 Oct 2012 13:31

    I was outraged to see a morbidly obese terrier lauded on prime time BCC tv on Saturday. Vets and animal charities have been trying for years to get owners to feed their dogs responsibly and keep them fit and healthy. This is a prime example how obese dogs are shown as the norm. Who chose this dog?

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