Shirley Ballas slams fellow Strictly judge Craig Revel Horwood as they clash over Faye Tozer

Judge Shirley, 58, repeated some of Craig’s words from earlier in the competition.

The clearly unimpressed dancer told Steps star Faye that she thought she ignored Craig and took on board what she had to say at the time.
She told the singer after her dance: “ Oh, well, I loved it but I just want to quote something from week two.

“’Don’t listen to Shirley about techniques so early in the competition, it will come later, I disagree with her.’

“So, I felt you listened to me and I felt you worked on the technique and you cannot be a winner in anything whether it’s singing, drama, acting, dancing unless you have technical base underneath your body, and you have that! You were amazing.”

Meanwhile, the Strictly final wasn't without other drama after fellow judge Bruno Tonioli praised Stacey Dooley's "greatest t*ts" in a slip of the tongue while delivering feedback.

Bruno, 63, gushed: "It was a medley of Stacey's greatest t*ts! Sorry, greatest hits!! It was a showcase. It was funny, I enjoyed it."

Viewers at home struggled to hear the latter half of the judge's critique with the studio audience erupting in hysterical laughter at his slip-up.

Celeb guests including Alan Carr could be seen giggling while Stacey and Kevin struggled to maintain composure.

Craig Revel-Horwood snapped: "Bruno needs to get a command of the British language."

Fans flocked to social media to comment on Bruno's slip of the tongue.

One put: "Stacey's greatest what?! Bruno?"

Another joked: "Bruno Tonioli's t**s comment was amazing! Absolutely brilliant."

Someone else remarked: "Absolutely hilarious. Bruno needs to wash his mouth out! #strictly"

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And fans branded the show a fix over the judges’ choice for Ashley Roberts’ first dance of the final.

The final four contestants kicked off the show by performing a routine from earlier in the series again picked by the judges.

Ashley and her partner Pasha Kovalev were given the salsa, while Joe Sugg was given the Paso Doble, Faye Tozer the Viennese Waltz and Stacey Dooley the foxtrot.

Those watching at home were unhappy with the choices – believing Ashley’s dance put her at an unfair advantage after she was awarded a 40.

One person tweeted: “#StrictlyComeDancing #strictly such a fix, that was no way a 40.”

Another wrote: “Poor judges choice for Stacey imho. #fix #Strictly.”


While someone else added: “Dodgy judges choices for Stacey, Faye and Joe. It’s like they want Ashley to win ? #Strictly #StrictlyFinal.”

And another commented: “So, The judges choice for joe is the paso doble, which they didn’t much like, and they’ ve chosen the salsa for Ashley which they loved#Talk about a loaded dice! They wish.”

Throughout the show fans took issue with the scoring from the judges, despite the fact the winner is down to the public vote.

One wrote: “The judges really don't want @StaceyDooley and @keviclifton to win do they?

#strictly.”

As someone else remarked: “Obvious who the judges want to win! #strictly good job it’s a public vote!”

Tonight the four finalists have an action-packed night with three dances to perform for the judges and viewers.

Each couple will perform their favourite dance from the series, as well as the highly anticipated show dances.


Ashley and Pasha performed theirs to Keeping Your Head Up by Birdy, while Faye and Giovanni  chose Lullaby of Broadway by Harry Warren and Al Dubin.

Joe and Dianne performed their show dance to I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor by Arctic Monkeys and Stacey and Kevin danced to Land of A Thousand Dances by Wilson Pickett.



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