Strictly Come Dancing followers have been having fun with tonight’s semi-final. Nevertheless, they weren’t significantly happy when Joe Sugg and Di
Strictly Come Dancing followers have been having fun with tonight’s semi-final.
Nevertheless, they weren’t significantly happy when Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell took to the ground.
The pair danced a stupendous Viennese Waltz, however the judges didn’t appear to get pleasure from it as a lot.
The panel appeared to suppose there was an excessive amount of bounce of their routine, which is in opposition to the standard fashion of the dance.
And when it got here to the scores, Joe and Dianne didn’t fare properly.
Craig Revel Horwood gave them a six, Darcey Bussell provided an eight, Shirley Ballas levelled with a seven and Bruno Tonioli gave an eight.
However followers weren’t completely happy their complete rating solely made up 29.
Many flocked to Twitter in outrage, with one saying: “Lmao these judges..joe and dianne have been disgustingly undermarked.”
One other added: “Joe below marked once more #strictly Judges so have their favourites.”
A 3rd wrote: “Ngl I feel Craig’s 6 was too harsh for joe’s dance.”
Extra to observe…
On the finish of the primary half of Strictly Come Dancing, Joe discovered himself on the backside of the leaderboard.
Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton had a very totally different first half and topped the scoreboard.
Their Charleston appeared to win over the judges who largely thought it was good.
Nevertheless, Craig commented how her left foot didn’t have sufficient swivel in it.
Because of this, he was the one decide to not give her a 10, as an alternative scoring her a 9.
And viewers completely weren’t completely happy, with many flocking to Twitter to touch upon the rating.
One other added: “Go on, Craig – give Stacey a 10.”
A 3rd shared: “YAYYYY that routine deserved a Ten Craig. nonetheless 3ten we take it woohooo Stacey and Kevin.”
Elsewhere, Huw Edwards threw viewers into turmoil together with his look.
Strictly Come Dancing continues tomorrow on BBC One at 7.15pm.