Strictly: The 25 Best Dances

I took a bit of a break during the festive season but I can’t entirely ignore this countdown can I? And what better way to get to talk about the dances I never got to cover!

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Strictly 2020: A Retrospective!

It’s been a rough year but Strictly still managed to find a way to shine and provide us with a glinting sequin of joy in a year that lost its sparkle within a matter of months. And what better way to honour the success they managed to make of it than a little retrospective, by which I mean a series of lists including Best Dances, Favourite Contestants and of course Best and Worst Outfits.

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Strictly 2020 – The Finale: La Roulé-Boulé

I see someone’s still after a seat at the judging table.

The finale is here! Any one of Maisie “The Ringah” Smith, SR HRVY, THE VWLLSS or Bill “The Magician” Bailey could win! Jamie “Biscuit Bones” Laing is playing purely for a nice box of chocolates at the end.

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Strictly 2020 – Musicals Week, Main Show: Coal-powered Gusset

I will pay a double license fee if I get content like this more often.

We’ve done it. We’ve reached Musicals Week – Caroline Quentin is at home seething that she didn’t get to do a routine to Last Midnight from Into The Woods but the show must go on! And after years of begging, pleading and writing many threatening letters we FINALLY get our Waitress routine!

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Strictly 2020 – Week 6, Results Show: Tax Evading Jazzy Devil

Happy 10th birthday to Bruno Tonioli! They grow up so fast.

With another bungled up three way tie and a fan favourites languishing at the bottom of the leaderboard this was always going to be a bit of a ride of a Results Show but don’t worry we’ve got 2 special guests! (Or do worry, I don’t know how you feel about Gary Barlow and dancers from that show I kept forgetting to watch).

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Strictly 2020 – Week 6, Main Show: Modesty Fog

This remake of Aladdin is a little racially insensitive.

This week we return to our regularly scheduled nonsense with The Triumphant Return of Miss Motsi Mabuse, no more pretending we aren’t in London and the Jive being the scourge of the ballroom.

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