Strictly fans fume its a fix as they spot tension between Motsi and dancer

Motsi tells Annabel ‘things don’t have to be perfect’

Eagle-eyed Strictly Come Dancing viewers have noticed “tension” on the show after judge Motsi Mabuse made some cryptic comments on Saturday night. Following Annabel Croft and Johannes Radebe’s energetic salsa performance, Motsi, 42, said: “You know some things just don’t need to be perfect.

“No, I’m honest right now! We don’t want a perfect dance because I find that kind of boring. We need to see some… yeah, let’s be honest. We need to see joy, we need to see love, we need to see a student who came here and could not dance, and after 12 weeks put that on the dance floor,” she exclaimed.

Her comments were met with huge applause from the live audience, with the professional dancers being seen clapping after her statements. However, fans thought the BBC star was taking a dig at the other dancers and took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to share their opinions.

One person said: “Motsi just gave the biggest clue there is tension with Layton being a professional dancer for sure with her comments with Annabel.” Another fan expressed: “Well we all know what Motsi is saying re. her comments to Annabel!”

A third added: “Annabelle’s weakness is the judges. Judges have been a disgrace this Yr in their scoring! Annabelle not closed the show once. It’s a bl***y fix.” Not all fans agreed with Motsi’s commentary as some argued that the dances on the show are supposed to be perfect.

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Somebody tweeted: “Sorry… we do want a perfect dance ffs #Strictly #StrictlyComeDancing,” as another said: “Yes we need a perfect dance…that is the point of the show…”

Annabel, 57, and Johannes, 36, ended up securing 32 points out of 40 from the judges for their performance after they gave the duo 8 points each.

Despite giving it their all, the tennis ace missed out on the final and was voted out of the competition on Sunday night’s results show.

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The pair found themselves in the bottom two, alongside Bobby Brazier and Dianne Buswell, with all four judges opting to save the EastEnders actor.

Bobby, along with Ellie Leach and Layton Williams will now go through to the final and compete for the coveted glitterball trophy next weekend.

Strictly Come Dancing: The Final airs on Saturday at 7pm on BBC One.

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