Strictly Come Dancing’s Fourth Contestant Leaves After BBC Centenary Special!
Jayde Adams described her time on rigorously Come Dancing as the “ stylish thing I ’ve ever done in my life ” as she came the fourth celebrity to leave the show after a night celebrating the BBC ’s centenary.
After Saturday’s special show, which celebrated the channel’s 100th anniversary with routines to classic BBC theme songs, the 37- time-old motley set up herself in the dreaded cotillion – off against songster and actress Molly Rainford.
Adams and her professional mate Karen Hauer reprized their Charleston ridiculous song The Ditty Of Barry And Freda( Let’s Do It), written and performed by their funnyman, Victoria Wood.
During Saturday’s show, the routine had earned them a score of 28, with judge Motsi Mabuse Adams saying she was “ one of the stylish ” players but felt her cotillion moves demanded enhancement at this stage of thecompetition.
While Rainford and her mate Carlos Gu, who preliminarily had the competition’s loftiest score to date, danced their couples ’ selections again to the Grange Hill Theme Tune, which judge Anton Du Beke had called a “ safe ” option in the live show.
After Both Couples Danced for the Alternate Time, the Judges Unanimously Decided To Save Rainford and Shoot Adams Home.
Craig Revel Horwood explained that his choice was grounded on specialized capability, while Du Beke felt Rainford and Gu had “ a little more sophisticated fashion ”.
Motsi added “ Well I allowed you were both brilliant, I alloweboth performances were better than Saturday night but I ’ll save Molly and Carlos. ”
With three votes for Rainford and Gu, it meant they had won a maturity of the vote and would remain in the contest, but lead judge Shirley Ballas also said she had decided to save the brace.
She said “ Well both were absolutely gorgeous at the cotillion but with a little further perfection and quality of movement I would have saved Molly and Carlos. ”
Reflecting on her time on the show, Adams said, “ That was the stylish thing I ’ve ever done in my life and I ’ll carry it to my grave, and it’s been an absolute pleasure working with you( Karen) and commodity. ” so much to learn about it that will flow into my own stuff, into my own work.
“ You’re One of the Most Talented People I’ve Ever Worked With.
“ And everyone on that show said it to me when I had you they said ‘ you have the stylish ’ I ’m sorry and I did and you ’re amazing and that was such an honor.
“ Not only do I need to be on rigorously Come Dancing, but I also need to have Karen Hauer, you’re amazing, thanks for everything! ”
She Continued, “ I ’Ve Done Shows Before and Nothing Comes Near to the Way This Show Is Doing on BBC.
“ It’s inconceivable to be there as an artist, we ’re so well looked after, and in this assiduity where so numerous people are n’t looked after, this show is inconceivable, each well done. ”
Hauer also praised her mate, saying, “ It’s been a comber coaster of feelings for us, and you ’re so special, so important, so emotional, and I loved every second. Thank you Jayde. ”
Adams and Hauer were one of two same- coitus couples on the show this time, alongside BBC Radio 2’s Richie Anderson and Giovanni Pernice, to come the alternate couple excluded from the competition.