Published: Sun, November 17, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse sparks awkward moment with affair quip

Strictly Come Dancing judge Motsi Mabuse sparks awkward moment with affair quip

Viewers felt the comment held an extra level of awkwardness because Jones recently split with his wife, Strictly co-star Katya Jones, who had been caught kissing her celebrity partner Seann Walsh during last year's competition.

STRICTLY COME DANCING 2019 continued this evening and saw each of the contestants battle it out for another shot at next week's Blackpool episode - but this evening viewers were left in hysterics as it looked like Shirley Ballas missed her cue to come on stage.

'It's the celebrity that gets to keep the trophy, though, so I would probably have to make do with a glitterball-shaped wedding cake instead'.

Her fellow Strictly professionals Oti Mabuse and Dianne Buswell will be bridesmaids at the nuptials.

Jones and Scott opened Saturday night's show with an energetic Jive, scoring 31, as Jones said: "It's good to be back".

'It's a friendship where we both want the exact same thing at the end of it.

When Michelle discovered she was in the dance-off, she said: "I'm ready to fight for it".

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'It's something you can't teach'.

Meanwhile, it comes just hours after they escaped elimination following their Viennese Waltz to Give Me Love by Ed Sheeran.

Host Claudia Winkleman managed to get him nearly smiling again by joking that if he didn't make it to Blackpool, she'd bring a stick of rock back for him.

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The pair scored a total of 26 points, one more than Mike Bushell and Katya Jones, who have always lingered at the bottom of the board.

The comment sparked gasps from the audience, and Claudia attempted to backtrack by saying: 'I don't mean that'.

Judges criticised his efforts, with Craig Revel Horwood telling him: "I think you'll be disappointed with the two large mistakes and entanglement.a awful shame tonight".

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