Monday, December 17, 2018
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Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Craig Revel Horwood SILENCED as Darcey interrupts him

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Strictly Come Dancing viewers tuned in to see the remaining 5 movie star contestants carry out two routines this night forward of subsequent week’s grand last. 

And shutting tonight’s present was Faye Tozer and her skilled dance associate Giovanni Pernice. 

After an extremely intricate and charming Argentine Tango, they acquired the judges’ feedback. 

Nevertheless, as Craig Revel Horwood tried to present his critique, he was interrupted by Dame Darcey Bussell, who silenced him. 

Craig started by saying: “There was a slipshod second and it didn’t kind of work out…”

“I simply need to say,” Darcey was seen elevating her hand to Craig and interjecting. 

“Your hand fumbled and…,” Craig tried to proceed and Darcey added: “Simply on the leg.” 

“Properly one thing occurred,” Craig replied, “So tiny,” Darcey argued. 

“I’m simply pointing it out, darling! It’s a competitors in spite of everything.” 

Host Tess Daly then subtle the scenario and tried to maneuver on with the judges feedback: “Go on Darcey.” 

“Go on, what do you need to say Darcey?” Craig turned to his fellow decide. 

Faye and Giovanni scored a near-perfect 39 factors for his or her dance. 

It got here after their Samba which they each admitted to “dreading”. 

Nonetheless they scored 37 factors for the colorful routine, to which many viewers thought was too excessive. 

She was positioned high of the leaderboard, joint with Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev. 

Following tonight’s performances, the bookmakers odds have modified. 

In response to Oddschecker, Stacey Dooley is just not favorite to win the collection. 

She has odds at half with Faye in second place with 8/1. 

For Joe Sugg, his odds have been slashed and now sits in third with 15/4. 

As for Ashley it appears she received’t make the highest three, while Lauren Steadman is tipped to depart the present tomorrow night time. 

Strictly Come Dancing presently airs on BBC One.

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