Strictly Come Dancing 2014: week seven results
Oh Blackpool. So close, yet so far…
Remembrance day routine starts off this evening’s proceedings and rightly so. A jive is this year’s memorial themed in a women’s factory in which zero work is done and the men appear after Iveta is finished bossing the girls about. Best opening routine of the series so far.
Frankie and Kevin, Sunetra and Brendan, Steve and Ola and Mark and Karen.
Alison and Aljaž.
With Ola and Pasha. I can never understand what Katherine Jenkins is singing about.
Talking about legs, thumbs, Pixie’s shape, Bruno being animated and a whole host of other things.
Judy and Anton, Pixie and Trent, Simon and Kristina and Jake and Janette.
Caroline and Pasha.
Caroline and Pasha perform first to be saved from elimination giving it the same effort they did in the first attempt and thankfully without mini-mistakes like before.
And so that gives us Alison and Aljaž’s Charleston which actually seems better than the first one. More fluid, more energy and faster. Just a shame they didn’t do that earlier.
OUT: Alison Hammond and Aljaž Skorjanec
Posted on November 9, 2014, in Strictly Come Dancing and tagged Aliona Vilani, Alison Hammond, Aljaž Skorjanec, Anton du Beke, Brendan Cole, Caroline Flack, Claudia Winkleman, Frankie Bridge, Gregg Wallace, Iveta Lukosiute, Jake Wood, Janette Manrara, Jennifer Gibney, Joanne Clifton, Judy Murray, karen hauer, Kevin Clifton, Kristina Rihanoff, Mark Wright, Natalie Lowe, Ola Jordan, Pasha Kovalev, Pixie Lott, saturday, Scott Mills, simon webbe, Steve Backshall, Strictly Come Dancing, Sunetra Sarker, Tess Daly, Thom Evans, Tim Wonnacott, Trent Whiddon, Tristan MacManus. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.