The BBC’s Light Entertainment Jaguar Note passed undisturbed until Saturday night, despite the gas station procession. This flashy HGV has never been needed so much. It’s cold, we’re digging into a harsh winter, and the first week had it all: enough to divert me to dance newsreaders, standing applause, hormonal judges and even Yule Technicolor rotation.
As in the tradition of the first week, there is so much dance and little time to cover them. Tom and Amy’s show opener-the infamous tricky chacha-was generally praised, but Craig fired him with instructions to control four paddles and spins. terrible.
Tilly and the new boy Nikita continued the saccharin waltz that Anton called “romantic,” but beyond tonight’s frequently repeated advice of “working on the technique,” every judge says a lot. I couldn’t. Yes, celebrities who dance for up to 10 days dance like a pro.
Despite the fiery drums and partnership with champion Oti Mabse, rugby Ugo Monnier seemed to be the least sophisticated of his samba. Then he revealed that he had been to his father’s funeral that morning, and I was surprised that he even went to the studio.
CBBC’s Rhys unveiled an impressive Viennese waltz. This is another incredibly hard dance of the first week. Shirley said he showed leadership and talent. In a strong field, he is a remarkable person.
Dragon’s Den’s Sara got dazzled by going through Chacha in the game, but personally, I think it’s bad to give Chacha to someone so quickly. It’s like a trap that many finishers in the second week fall into. I’m afraid she might be cannon feed.
Reggie newspaper reporter Dan was surprised at his quicksteps. Anton’s “I thought it was amazing” was really fun. He is a judge who says what we all think. A good mid-table start.
I loved Shake It Off’s Rose Jive, but the judge absolutely strangled Shirley in particular. The four paddles seemed ridiculous to arrive at the dance floor with such confidence and happiness. Shirley will be completely unpredictable this year.
Katie and Gorka’s glyph tango to the black hole (I love this song) was powerful, but the judges focused on her “dangerous” right shoulder and a week when Team Jojo absolutely stole the show. I suffered a little from being the only other tango.
Robert Webb got off to a surprisingly low midtable start with his funny cha-cha. Diane went to comedy, and his famous nimble movement was evidence. The studio was at their feet and Craig declared the technique terrible, he enjoyed the performance very much. Webb is off to a good start in the cynical world of online popularity and “sentiment scores.” His Instagram followers are skyrocketing, and if his social media games are so good, it’s easy to launch a compelling attack on the British masses. He spent a lot of training breaks this week to create a Peep Show mime-along video with his dance partner.
I loved Greg and Karen’s American Smooth. His little wink when he beckoned her in the middle of the routine ensured that he was in the hearts of many. In addition, he can cook. If it were strictly a dating app, the guy would have been flooded with matches.
Nadia stopped the night’s surprise and killed Samba with Neil. Shirley said it belonged to Week 7, and I tend to agree.
Keeping in mind that as the night approaches, we all need sweet serotonin, the moment of pure liberation came with the reaction of Johannes and John’s muscle tango to Blue Monday. (I don’t want to admit it over and over again. Imagine me as someone living a rich and diverse social life.) But the band, choreography, studio thrills and bustling all stood up and approved. Make me roar. I don’t know where to go from here, but Johannes’ choreography skills give me that hope.
Poor Judy must obey it. However, according to what she did, she fascinated her path through American Smooth and gained a lot of fans in the process. Graziano was in tears. Tears came out. Judy Love is certainly.
Today’s AJ Odudu killed Jive with Exocet’s feet and quickly played the role of “too early.” She would now have to include some of that amazing skill, otherwise the British public would go straight from her. We are strange people.
Finally, Adam and Katya completely burned the floor with their incredibly sexy cha-cha. All the judges were men and women menopausal at the same time, flushing and inciting their faces like a maiden’s aunt at a striptease. it was fun. Adam is definitely not a fish out of the water. very.
Therefore, the top of the leaderboard is AJ and the bottom is Sara, but no one will come home this week.
Murder on the dance floor: Difficult to choose. No one was trash, but leaderboards suggest that Sarah from Dragonsden may not be able to win dividends after the second week. It’s always difficult to start with Latin.
You are my favorite: If someone says it’s not Johannes and John’s tango, they’re offended, or perhaps in the spotlight. A statement of the most perfect intent performed with controlled heat that I found to be fully absorbed.
Rehearsal Room Bingo: Standard Weekly Fares – Male contestants, including Greg Wise and Rhys Stephenson, were forced to stay that way for hours, being tied to the ballroom hold mechanism. Other than rehearsals, this is called “torture.” Human race.
A memorable moment: Craig attaches great importance to AJ, “Control your mom!” She apparently had an unfortunate judge in “headlock” for most of her daughter’s first routine.
Most improved: It’s difficult a week later, but in 10 days the confused fledgling of dirty reggae has changed to a safe ballroom smoothie, and the honor belongs to Greg.
Are you struggling to find your next favorite TV series?
The i on TV newsletter is a daily email full of the latest TV news, opinions and interviews, as well as suggestions on what to watch. Sign up here to get the latest updates on the best new TVs.