Strictly Come Dancing: Week 3 results
Less dramatic. Poor movie ending, really. No sequel to last week.
Joanne and Aljaž danced in a library to begin the show while Giovanni moped up in the studio. And then Giovanni bashed Aljaž over the head* (*no) and danced through a regal house with Giovanni. Then everyone was dancing and Giovanni was still coupled up with his mop, until he plucked up the courage to bin Aljaž off and dance with Jo. THE END.
Claudia and AJ, Robert and Oksana, Danny and Oti, Ed and Katya, Naga and Pasha and Louise and Kevin.
Laura and Giovanni.
Michael Ball and Alfie Boe
The annual outing for Strictly favourites saw a double whammy this year. Don’t get too excited, though, because at least one of them will be coming back by December.
Ore and Joanne, Greg and Natalie, Daisy and Aljaž, Will and Karen, Anastacia and Brendan and Lesley and Anton.
Tameka and Gorka.
Laura and Giovanni took to the floor first with their energetic Moulin Rouge Salsa routine, backed by the singer wailing. Her solo section seemed cleaner than last time around and she looked happier in the lift at the end.
Then, Tameka and Gorka plodded their way through their over-themed Tango with as much gapping as last time and the energy was gone. So I guess the result came as no surprise, as we’re supposedly sold these dance-off’s on this dance only and/or improvement (depending which line they fancy for the week). They come second on both.
Eliminated: Tameka Empson and Gorka Marquez
Posted on October 9, 2016, in Strictly Come Dancing and tagged AJ Pritchard, Alfie Boe, Aljaž Skorjanec, Anastacia, Anton du Beke, BBC, Brendan Cole, Claudia Fragapane, Claudia Winkleman, Daisy Lowe, Danny Mac, Ed Balls, Giovanni Pernice, Gorka Marquez, Greg Rutherford, Joanne Clifton, karen hauer, Katya Jones, Kevin Clifton, Laura Whitmore, Lesley Joseph, Louise Redknapp, Michael Ball, movie night, Naga Munchetty, Natalie Lowe, Oksana Platero, Ore Oduba, Oti Mabuse, Pasha Kovalev, Robert Rinder, Strictly Come Dancing, tameka empson, Tess Daly, Will Young. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.