Furious Strictly Come Dancing fans all have the same complaint ahead of this weekend’s semi-final | The Sun

Furious Strictly Come Dancing fans all have the same complaint ahead of this weekend’s semi-final | The Sun

December 9, 2022

STRICTLY Come Dancing fans aren't happy with this weekend's semi-finals dance choices.

Three of the four remaining couples will dance a Pasodoble, with only Hamza Yassin being spared the fiery Spanish military dance.

Fans are expecting lots of comparisons to be drawn between Molly Rainford, Fleur East and Will Mellor when they perform their efforts.

One fan complained: "You would've thought by this stage they could've avoided more than half the couples doing the same dance, which for some reason I have a particular bee in my bonnet about!

"I know people will disagree but I actually think it's fairer if everyone does a different style, as it means the public can consider each dance on its own terms rather than comparing it to another couples in their subconscious."

Another agreed, saying: "Exactly! We have 3 pasos, 2 waltzes, 2 charleston. Couldn't they give Hamza a Viennese for example?"


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A third mused: "How bizarre to have so many of the same dances in one week. The production this year is a bit off."

Fleur and Vito Coppola will dance the Charleston to Tu Vuo' Fa L'Americano by Fiorello and Paso to The Time Is Now by Moloko.

Helen and Gorka Marquez will perform an Argentine Tango to Here Comes The Rain Again by Eurythmics and Waltz to Only One Road by Céline Dion.

Molly and Carlos will dance a Paso to Survivor by 2WEI ft Edda Hayes and an American Smooth to Easy On Me by Adele

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Hamza and Jowita will take on the Charleston to Pencil Full Of Lead by Paolo Nutini and Waltz to What The World Needs Now by Burt Bacharach

Will and Nancy will perform a Couple's Choice to Know How / Fools Gold / Step On Young MC / The Stone Roses / Happy Mondays and Paso to Uccen – DWTS Remix by Taalbi Brothers, DWTS.

This week's semi-final shows will play out on Sunday and Monday nights in a major departure from the show's regular scheduling.

The Fifa World Cup in Qatar has disrupted telly schedules on the BBC and ITV this winter, with many popular shows having to adapt to accommodate the football.

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