Strictly Come Dancing 2014: week 11 results
So long, farewell.
A bizarre water-themed opening professional dance with god knows who in it kicks us off for the evening pretty much setting a precedent that this is going to be a weird one. I’m later informed that – in some order – Kristina, Karen, Aljaž, Trent, Ola, Pasha and oh god who knows featured as well as dancer Neil Jones. Bobby must have been busy.
Mark and Karen and Caroline and Pasha.
Pixie and Trent.
Right. So. This was filmed Friday 5 December along with a Take That song which means the two separately screened music acts will presumably have the same front row and each will be different to the show the segment is being broadcast in. But apart from that.
Kristina and Trent appeared with probably my favourite professional accompaniment of the year.
Pixie had a problem with consistency. Mark is very composed with his hold.
Frankie and Kevin and Jake and Janette.
Simon and Kristina.
Here we are again for the fabulous Simon and Kristina who appear to have more fire in their routine this time around. Simon seems more slick – again, like he’s really going for this. The lifts go smoother and the ending worked.
Surprised to see Pixie and Trent here but I guess public support is not always absolute. Cha Cha Cha is not a nice dance dealing here either; second only to the Samba in Latin death. Very flat, sadly.
OUT: Pixie Lott and Trent Whiddon
Decided by Len. On that dance off alone.
NEXT WEEK: Get those cushions ready…we are going back to 10 dances.
Posted on December 7, 2014, in Strictly Come Dancing and tagged Aliona Vilani, Alison Hammond, Aljaž Skorjanec, Anton du Beke, blackpool, 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. 2 Comments.