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Strictly Live Show – Week 3 of Sequins

Strictly Live Show Week 3 of Sequins and bring on Movie Week

Review of Week 3 of Strictly Come Dancing, reviewed once again by our brilliant guest blogger, LoveYouBud


Claudia and Tess both for a change look stunning, love their dresses.

Action, romance and drama as our celebrities dance for survival.

Daisy and Aljaz dance the quickstep to Mary Poppins “A Spoonful of sugar”, will she click her fingers, get a standing ovation and a full set of 10’s. A smiley happy and energetic performance, love it! 16/1

Anastacia and Brendon take on the Vienesse Waltz to Twilight, apologies if I’ve spent the dance wrong. Romantic and Captivating, she a little bit wooden but still a lovely dance and great effort. 150/1

I’m sorry for being so critical, I can’t dance like they do but sitting in front of my television with my MacBook Pro on my lap I actually do feel like the fifth judge.

Danny and Oti dance the Pasadoble to Zorro, will Danny be marching around the dance floor. Well he wrapped up his cape in the opening scene. Smooth and enjoyable dance to watch, fast moving with a anger and romance. I think he nailed it and a standing ovation for Mr Mack. 13/8

Lesley and Anton are dancing the quickstep from The Easter Parade, I think they are my guilty pleasure! In character they are fab, entertaining and energetic. Lesley can move her legs but being an actress it’s like she waiting for the next move instead of the dance being fluid. 100/1

Will and Karen dancing the salsa to Jai Hoi from Slumdog Millionaire will their salsa be Bollywood themed. Fast moving and fun, Will and Karen haven’t disappointed, dancing in sync, truly brilliant and a standing ovation, Will and Karen definitely rocked the party theme. 14/1

Naga and Pasha dance the Tango to Mission Impossible. Naga looks stunning, seductive and sultry in her black cat suit. The Tango smart and sophisticated with a standing ovation. 100/1

Up next is the Judge and his great facial expresions together with Oksana will they be yelling Yabba Dabba Doo. Judge Rinder becomes Fred Flinstone dancing The Charleston. I don’t think I can ever take him seriously again. The jury will be giving this judge a non verdict. Fun, energetic, quirky, so very entertaining, rocking the studio and a standing ovation. 16/1

Ore and Joanne dancing The American Smooth to Singing in the Rain, very cool and sophisticated, full of smooth moves, fun and easy to watch. 14/1

Laura and Giovanni dancing the Salsa to Moulin Rouge, fast moving, loads of lifts. Love, Love, Love this, energetic, fast and Laura definitely shook her tail feather although she looks a little out of her comfort zone. 33/1

YUMMMY, Greg and Natalie doing The American Smooth, a beautiful romantic dance, the chemistry between Greg and Natalie is pure electric. 10/1

Claudia and AJ dance The Charleston to a Bugsy Malone themed Fat Sam’s Grand Slam, love the characters, so fun and quirky, full of charm, sass and thigh slapping. Even the pie throwing at the end and ruining the set was worth a standing ovation. 6/1

Tameka and Gorka dancing The Tango to The Heat is on, started off a little boring but the seriousness in her face and her comicness brings the serious dance to a whole new level. I really like Tameka and find her very easy to watch. Very enjoyable Tango.

Ed and Katya take on The Samba to the film The Mask, will Ed be as funny as Jim Carrey. His hips are static and I can’t take him seriously at all, maybe Ed’s mask will slip this week and we will be saying Adios Amigo. 150/1

Louise and Kevin dance to What a Feeling and The Cha Cha from the film Flashdance. Sexy and very 80’s, quick moving, good rhythm, a little boring and hair flipping, not the best for Louise or Kevin. 11/2

Such a shame that Tameka is heading back to Walford and the second celebrity to be booted off. But in the meantime Keep Dancing and see you next week.


This is Anna @LoveYouBud wishing all a great week


Read the review of Week One here

and Week Two here





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