Strictly Come Dancing week four – as it happened | Television & radio | The Guardian
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The theme was boating, so they started in a boat. They got out, did some dancing using the oars, then got down to some lifting, jumping and such like.
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Judy does a swimming motion Anton throws Judy about Judy did show potential though, and it was an entertaining dance. Results Show Not quite sure why we got a cowboy themed pro dance to kick off the show, but it was entertaining enough. I was wondering who the new bearded pro was when he suddenly got out his lasso! It seems that this was Jimmy Johnston, who is an actor who has appeared in musicals, notably Oklahoma and is rather handy with a lasso! After doing a solo lasso piece, the musical number ended with him lassoing Tess and Claudia to the centre of the stage.
A quick internet search revealed they are on tour in the UK in December. This is a shame if it is permanent because in my opinion he had one of the standout voices to come out of the 80s music scene.
The nation shared their shock too. The wooden gang got away with it again. Quentin was voted off in week 1 but Chris Parker got to the final, eventually losing to worthy winner Natasha Kaplinsky. Judy also managed to avoid the dance off, as did Alison who produced a flat footed and lacklustre tango.
Right Couples in Dance Off? Well Thom tried it all. Having his almost identical looking brother in the VT, waving at his Mum who was in the audience, having his shirt open down to the waist, complimenting Claudia. All to no avail. For the first time this series, the judges were not unanimous in their decision.
At first, it looked like curtains for Simon because judges Craig and Darcey voted for Thom, but then judge Bruno voted for Simon, forcing head judge to have the casting vote. Len, being a stickler for footwork and a tendency to support ballroom. As all the judges said, it was very difficult to choose between Simon and Thom as both were good but in different ways. I gave Thom dance of the week last week, and I stick by that.
Her hands were nimble and considerably efforted but lacked some strong rise and fall. Ooh, she finally got married to Kevin. Well done to Kev but on Strictly she has been less than to be desirable. Jeremy portrays a wooden, disjointed, rigid performance which sees judge Craig agree. The rest of the judges lied through their teeth. It was not good enough.
Ugh It seems Strictly are more in love with him than anyone else. Not much room for objectivity, is there? There was no-one else really. They are bravely attempting a Jive. Slutty perversion on prime time tele and family entertainment with kids watching? They tried to have fast energy among their flirtatious showmance. It felt more tacky than technical and the steps were clunky.
Darcey was predictably in love with the hunk. Get a grip, love. If ever there was a poster girl for hot flush menopause. A Tango to Voulez-Vous gave some pouts and spouts from the cooking pro.
Simple choreography for a starting performance complemented well and gave Ainsley decent showtime to impress as a novice. Ains went a bit off key with some energetic oomph towards the end, which was a good time booster.
No one is eliminated this week so a cheeky insert it may be. It pleased the crowds. They too are going with a Jive. She made the best of her legs, adding bounce and rhythm but lacked a finer finesse.
Strictly Come Dancing 2014: week four – as it happened
So called athlete of the past and ever changing his sexuality, Iwan Thomas is dancing with leggy sprite Ola Jordan. Thomas is heterosexual at this time. A Tango to Keep On Running is the predictable song choice.
Thomas chose to act all manly and bravado with something more than dance aptitude to prove. This one has issues. He forgot the essence of dance and went too forward with sharp attack with attitude.
It really was hit and miss. Was he running a Strictly marathon on the floor? Craig once more provided the honest critique with FalseFabs in spirit. Saving the best for last.
Jamelia went first with hunky Irish stud Tristan McManus.
Do Right Woman by soul goddess Aretha Franklin was a perfect choice to start. A few footing problems arose but was moderately impressive with grace and slow, careful dance incorporation. It had a smooth feel, despite some noticeable errors. Brace yourselves ladies and some gents.
Peter Andre is closing the show. These could be our deserving winners. There was a buzz and a natural appeal to both. Their partnership was red hot. Janette once more proved how much a pro she is.