Strictly Come Dancing 2014: week two results

First out is an accolade nobody wants. However, it is one that a couple has unanimously received…

The first results show of 2014 started with the professional boys dancing before Claudia and Tess appeared. We then launched into recap mode over the 15 dances last night in a totally random order before getting on with something.

In?

Frankie and Kevin, Simon and Kristina, Tim and Natalie, Caroline and Pasha, Thom and Iveta and Judy and Anton.

Maybe out?

Jennifer and Tristan.

Professional dance

We were treated a Frozen themed professional routine to ‘Let It Go’ in which Karen (?!) ended up suspended in the air (50 Shades of Grey isn’t a qualifying movie yet, Strictly) and the band murdered a quite frankly cult status song. Please band, let it go.

Len’s Lens 

Sadly, this is back. We talked about tango faces, heel leads and Janette’s lifting trust. And saw some cute kids jiving to that awful Taylor Swift song that Pixie and Trent ‘danced’ to last week.

In?

Jake and Janette, Pixie and Trent, Alison and Aljaž, Steve and Ola, Mark and Karen, Sunetra and Brendan and Scott and Joanne.

Maybe out?

Gregg and Aliona.

Musical: Jamie Cullum and Gregory Porter

With Iveta wiggling her tush in Aljaž’s direction, a lot. I think it was a rumba but I couldn’t be too sure – just a lot of extending limbs. Awful song, too.

Dance-off

Gregg and Aliona unsurprisingly ended up in the bottom two and Aliona looks overjoyed about this development. It wasn’t a good performance, maybe even worse than the first attempt, but I don’t think either party really care.

And then to Jennifer and Tristan who could have refused to dance with no negative impact on the eventual outcome. The gapping seemed less and the posture was improved. She really gave it her all.

OUT: Gregg Wallace and Aliona Vilani.

Shame.

Devastating.

Really.

 

 

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Posted on October 5, 2014, in Strictly Come Dancing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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