Strictly: James Jordan calls unvaccinated dancers ‘selfish’
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Former Strictly Come Dancing professional James Jordan has hit out yet again at the show’s judges for handing out “high marks” when claiming that none of the dancers had been worth a 10 and had been “average”. The dance star, 43, warned that Gordon Ramsay’s daughter Tilly and her partner Nikita Kuzmin “could be in trouble” following their performance of the Tango this evening which saw them land seventh place on the leaderboard.
She could be in trouble this week
In view of his 292,400 followers, the former Strictly pro shared his views on the night’s performances after watching Rhys Stephenson and his partner Nancy Xu take to the dancefloor.
James wrote: “The judges seem to be giving out a lot of high marks tonight
“NO ONE has been worth a 10 so far. In fact, everyone has been very average in my opinion.
“Eight’s at best….. all of them actually,” he added.
In a later tweet, the star told how he thought that former Bake Off winner John Whaite was going to “save the show” following the mediocre performances.
He penned: “I have a feeling John is going to save the show tonight because so far it’s been very flat.
“I’ve just looked at my scores and given everyone eight’s which says it all,” he confessed.
But following John and Johannes Radebe’s performance James told that he wasn’t quite as enamoured as he had hoped he’d be.
Assessing John and Johannes’ Rumba, James told how he thought it wasn’t one of the couple’s best performances.
Revealing what he loves about the dance, he wrote: “Finally they went for it – well done
“I love a simple Rumba with beautiful music and sold 100 percent with performance.” (sic)
But despite enjoying the simplicity of the dance, James explained that he noticed the disparity in experience between the two men.
He went on: “I actually think it wasn’t one of his best dances as you could see a massive difference in quality between him and Johannes for the first time.”
Still, James confessed that it was still a highlight of the show for him.
“BUT I loved it,” he finished.
However, James did share his thoughts on who could be going home.
Despite Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin finishing in seventh place on the leaderboard, James flagged that their performance may not be enough to see them through to next week after branding their performance “stiff”.
Applauding their efforts, he wrote: “Great job from them this week and it was actually a difficult routine. She had lots of intricate moves.”
Picking apart Tilly’s performance, James went on: “She did look quite stiff in the movement and doesn’t always sell the performance but she was no worse than anyone else tonight
“She could be in trouble this week,” he warned while scoring her an eight.
Strictly Come Dancing continues tomorrow at 7.15pm on BBC One.
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