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Dancing With The Stars is seriously out of tune after the audio went out of sync but recovery has seen dance routines hit a record

Tonight’s DANCING With The Stars was seriously out of tune after the audio went out of sync.

But the episode recovered to produce a record-breaking first dance.

Matthew Mac Nabb and Laura Nolan on the Dancing With The Stars live show

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Matthew Mac Nabb and Laura Nolan on the Dancing With The Stars live showCredit: Kyran O & # 039; Brien
Aengus hosts Mac Grianna and Emily Barker on the Dancing With The Stars live show

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Aengus hosts Mac Grianna and Emily Barker on the Dancing With The Stars live showCredit: Kyran O & # 039; Brien

The dance performance started tarnish after videotape lag causing the picture to run before the sound.

With cameras rolling from 6pm to allow studio audiences to shoot before 8pm as required by Covid laws, a pre-recorded video pre-recorded the sound by about 4 seconds, creating chaos with stairs introduction.

And even worse, a previous record Nicky Byrne have heard refer to the dashboard as “all in sync” – but that’s anything but.

‘Even OUT-SYNC NOTIFICATIONS’

One Twitter user complained: “Everything! Even the notifications are out of sync.”

DWTS The owner apologized: “Sorry for the minor audio issues on tonight’s show. It will be resolved shortly!

Dustin Turkey playfully tweeted: “Play fair with RTE, to go beyond Covid by separating sound from image socially. ”

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Sync back, former RTE newsreader Aengus Mac Grianna be the first on the dance floor to do Adam Ant’s Charleston to Goody Two Shoes with Emily Barker in a light blue tiered dress.

Chief judge Loraine Barry said: “Starting the show tonight, you already did, so bow your heads.”

New critic Arthur Gourounlian said: “Not the best Charleston I’ve ever seen but it was really fun.”

And Brian Redmond always honestly tells him: “You spent the first 20 seconds sitting down. But when you start, you really have to go.

“You are still a newsreader from the waist up. You need to relax a bit.” Aengus got 16 points.

WALTZ WOBBLES

Performing a waltz is a tall order for Love Island’s Matthew MacNabb second person.

Arthur said: “You are tall, black and handsome, but is that enough? You need to loosen up.”

And Brian said, “You’re too big to allow Laura to move you around the floor. It’s a bit slow in places. “

Dance partner Laura Nolan later explained their below par performance was because Matt tested positive for Covid last week and lost track of time – but the pair still scored 13.

‘START INSPIRATION’

Tuesday is the football star Jordan Conroy performing the salsa Take Jason Derulo’s partner with new professional partner Salome Chachua.

The pair completed impressive lifts, while Jordan revealed a bit of flesh during the spicy bite.

Loraine exclaimed: “What a great start – wow, wow.”

Brian said: “Jordan you are the man. Those lifts are as good as you would see in a finale. “

Arthur added: “For your first dance, I salute you. Hot hot hot hot!”

Jordan scored 22 points.

‘WORST FAB’

Next is Erica Cody, who started off with a slight stumble but bounced off a spirited samba for Kiss My (Uh Oh) Anne Marie & Little Mix with partner Denys Samson.

“There was a wobble at the start,” says Loraine. But that’s totally awesome for the first gig. ”

“The dance floor is on fire,” said Arthur.

And Brian notes: “Samba in the first week was a famous killer but you killed it.”

Erica scored 24, the highest-scoring first dance ever on DWTS.

‘BEAUTIFUL’

Dubbed the Banana Team, Aslan’s Billy McGuinness, the oldest contestant, 61, and 19-year-old Hannah Kelly, the youngest ballerina, next performed the foxtrot for Monty’s Python’s Always Look On the Bright Side of Life.

Brian said: “You look like a five-year-old kid playing his dad’s guitar. But if you get the frame right, I’ll be happy to see you on the show in a while. ”

“That’s beautiful, but relax your shoulders,” says Arthur. You make me happy.” Billy scored 16.

Finally the Olympic swimmer Ellen Keane, the first disabled dancer on DWTS.

‘LOTS OF POTENTIAL’

The 26-year-old, born without his left arm below the elbow, joined teammate Stephen Vincent to Harry Styles’ Golden.

“You’ve got your own hold,” says Loraine. You’ve got every step in. Lots of potential. ”

Arthur added: “You are the golden baby. You had a challenge and you made it anyway. “Ellen scored 21. Next week will see the first elimination on DWTS with audience scores from episodes one and two.

Scoreboard after two nights has Erica leading with 24 points, Jordan 22, Ellen 21, Nina Carberry 19 and Neil Delamere 17.

Neck and neck are Aengus, Billy and Missy Keating, all 16. Cathy Kelly and Grainne Seoige each have 14 points, Matthew has 13 and Nicholas Roche has 11 points.

Erica Cody and Denys Samson on the live show Dancing With The Stars

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Erica Cody and Denys Samson on the live show Dancing With The StarsCredit: Kyran O & # 039; Brien
Aslan's Billy Mc Guinness and Hannah Kelly on Dancing With The Stars Live Show

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Aslan’s Billy Mc Guinness and Hannah Kelly on Dancing With The Stars Live ShowCredit: Kyran O & # 039; Brien

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