Strictly Come Dancing 2012 Results – One for the knackers [grave]yard, Week 4

After the horror of last night, it is about to get a whole lot worse for one couple as they say their final goodbyes.

And then Halloween will finally die for another year.

Professional opener:

The opening of this is VERY creepy – and not in a good way. *shivers*.

Other than that, can’t really say much. Excellent standard of dance, as to be expected, from our professionals. I couldn’t enjoy it because I was just way too creeped out.

Revised: Opening not as creepy as Claudia tonight.

Backstage antics and a recap:

Whatever.

Once was enough. Actually, I watched it twice because my mother was watching it this morning.


Saved: Louis and Flavia, Victoria and Brendan, Kimberley and Pasha, Lisa and Robin and Michael and Natalie

Danger: Sid and Ola


Claudia blabbing:

The saved couples are happy. That isn’t allowed!

Paloma Faith singing the John Lewis advert with crazy hair:

You brought your own dancers – no points for you.

That was a bit weird.

Len’s contact lenses

Craig, Darcey and Bruno did Thriller.

Len sings.

Lisa makes a face.

Darcey fancies Louis.

Richard makes a face.

Michael was good.

Everybody did Gangham Style.


Saved: Richard and Erin, Dani and Vincent, Denise and James, Nicky and Karen and Fern and Artem.

Danger: Colin and Kristina


Dance-off – Sid Owen and Ola Jordan

Poor guy just can’t dance very well. Sid looked really nervous though, bless him. No improvement, fractionally worse.

Dance-off – Colin Salmon and Kristina Rihanoff

Looked like it went slightly better for Colin that time around. You could see him counting; working on his timing. Footwork was still out but not as much.


ELIMINATED: SID OWEN AND OLA JORDAN!!!!


And Halloween week is over for another year. And next week is unthemed! It’s a brilliant day!

Very sad to see Sid and Ola go this week. Not sure who I think it should have been. Possibly Fern.

 

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Posted on October 28, 2012, in Strictly Come Dancing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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