BBC Strictly Come Dancing star Dianne Buswell's 'genuine tears' as she 'needs support' from Bobby Brazier
21.11.2023 - 14:47
Strictly Come Dancing star Dianne Buswell's tears have been described as 'genuine' after she faced the dreaded dance-off with her celebrity dance partner Bobby Brazier.
The Australian dancer and the EastEnders actor kickstarted the latest live show and it wasn't just any old night. It was the annual Blackpool special which saw the remaining couples perform in the iconic Tower Ballroom.
The pair were one of seven couples to make it through to week nine of the BBC One dance contest as, per the show's annual tradition, they ditched the usual Elstree studio for a much more famous venue up North. And opening the show was Bobby and Dianne.
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The actor, known for playing Freddie Slater in BBC One soap EastEnders, and model and his Australian dance partner kicked things off with their colourful and bouncy jive to Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham!
Head judge Shirley Ballas told Bobby: "You brought everything to this dance. I’m so proud of you." Anton Du Beke shared: "That was just epic, I absolutely loved it." Motsi Mabuse, meanwhile, said: "I believe that was your personal best," says Motsi Mabuse.
However, Craig Revel Horwood received boos from the audience when he said the dance was a "bit stompy". Despite that, Bobby and Dianne appeared please as the judges awarded them a total of 35 points.
But it didn't save them from being given the red light treatment. They faced Angela Rippon and her professional dance partner Kai Widdrington in the latest dance-off. After both couples repirsed their routines, the judges unamously
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