Professional dancers perform on Strictly results show
Strictly Come Dancing fans are all saying the same thing about professional dancer Carlos Gu in the opening number of the elimination show.
Ahead of the elimination results, the professional dancers took to the ballroom floor where they performed a Fosse-inspired routine.
Carlos, who donned a rather dashing wig, seemed to take the lead in the performance.
However, some viewers were left stunned by Carlos’ transformation, while others were unsure of the dance routine.
Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, @kellyloumugg said: “Oooh I LOVED that pro dance!! Hardly recognised Carlos at first!!!! #Strictly.”
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@Lost_In_Fil_ joked: “It’s Howard from the Big Bang.”
@kirk_72 asked: “Who did Carlos upset to be given that wig?”
“Why are they doing this to poor Carlos,” @heavenstobetsie quizzed as @StephenMcGann added: “Carlos rocking the Joanna Lumley look…#Strictly.”
@orangina17 stated: “Carlos’s hair was v distracting #strictly.”
However, @KeeganNufc09 disagreed, tweeting: “Everyone smashed that especially Carlos amazing! #Strictly.”
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Unsure of the performance @glads1951 said: ” For the first time ever I’ve not liked the opening dance. What was it all about? #Strictly.”
After the opening routine, Tess Daly confirmed which celebrities would be performing in the dance-off.
First up was Eddie and Karen, who performed their Samba to Calm Down by Rema and Selena Gomez. Then, Zara McDermott and Graziano Di Prima performed their American Smooth to Can’t Fight The Moonlight by LeAnn Rimes in a bid to impress the judges and remain in the competition.
However, it was a unanimous decision as all four judges said they wanted to save the former Love Island star.
When asked by Tess Daly about his time on the show, Eddie said: “I’ve really enjoyed this, it’s something I’ve always wanted to do – I love dancing.
“This has been the highest moment of my career – it’s the happiest I’ve ever been, but not just for me – my family – my little baby girl is at home doing the Men in Black dance. More importantly, this little African boy, I just wanted my culture to shine.
“Everything I stand for, when it comes to my comedy when it comes to my presenting, is based on my culture, is based on my upbringing and I wanted that to shine most importantly.
“Even more importantly this wonderful Queen [to Karen], there are two parts to this show – we want to entertain, I believe that God has brought this to me, I just want to make people happy and this gem over here has kept me happy – I love you so much God bless you.”
Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday at 6.40pm on BBC One.
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