Bros singer Matt Goss became the third celebrity to be voted out of Serious Dancing Game after some particularly impressive performances by some of his fellow contestants on the evening live show. Saturday.
After the series’ third public vote, the 54-year-old faced off against soap star Kym Marsh at a Sunday night dance.
Goss performed Paul McCartney’s All Shook Up dance with professional partner Nadiya Bychkova.
After failing to impress the judges on Saturday night – Goss scored only 20 – the habit once again proved to be not good enough.
Marsh, 46, and his partner Graziano Di Prima impressed the judges with their second samba performance against Gipsy Kings’ Volare.
After both couples danced a second time, the umpires gave their verdict, with all four choosing to save Marsh and Di Prima.
Craig Revel Horwood commented: “I think both couples have hit a climax – I mean, Matt, you’ve gone crazy over it, I love it, and Kym, you’re really amazing in that. But the couple I want to save is Kym and Graziano. “
Meanwhile, lead judge Shirley Ballas, who previously disagreed with her fellow judges’ decisions, said: “I also felt that both couples were 100% committed and performed right away. in place today. But the slightly more technically skilled couple is Kym and Graziano and that’s the one I’m going to save. “
Anton Du Beke said: “I just want to say that both of you should be delighted with how you performed in the dance-off, which is the most stressful situation.
“Matt – it was your best performance in the whole series, you should be really proud of yourself.
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“But the pair with more technical ability, I think for me, going through is Kym and Graziano.”
Motsi Mabuse agreed, saying, “It was only from that dance that I decided to save Kym and Graziano.”
Asked by host Tess Daly about his sobering experience, Goss said: “It’s been an extraordinary experience, I’ve been in the US for 25 years.
“Thank you judges, for your enthusiasm, you have helped me in many ways, my pose – Anton, I am more aware of that.
“This lovely lady by my side, a world champion with all the patience.
“I am honored to dance with you and all who are still participating. I love you, smash it guys.”
Bychkova, 33, said: “First of all, I am very grateful to have been taught and danced with a musical icon.
“But, more importantly than this, I have the privilege of knowing Matt for who he is.
“Not many people know you and you are a beautiful soul, a very kind person and a real gentleman.”
Sunday’s show of results opened with an amount of frenzy and drama from professional dancers to Lana Del Rey’s Young And Beautiful, and also saw George Ezra’s performance of the single Dance All His Over Me.
– Seriously coming to Dancing will return next Saturday for its centennial BBC special.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/third-celebrity-leaves-strictly-come-dancing-after-week-of-impressive-performances-42070878.html The third celebrity to leave the serious side to dance after an impressive week of performances