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Strictly Come Dancing: who's out this week?

Post by markymark » 10 Oct 2008, 18:20

So who do you think is going out from among the girls? Hope the beautiful Christine Bleakley keeps up the good work. Have to say though, I think that it's a toss up between Jodie Kidd and Jessie Wallace for the dance off come Sunday night!

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Post by markymark » 10 Oct 2008, 18:43

I've never heard him play piano - I knew that he did - but just never seen or heard him play for that matter!
Well let's hope that his playing is better than some of his jokes.
His funniest ones are the ones he doesn't expect to be funny.

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Post by markymark » 11 Oct 2008, 16:54

Sorry, but Cherly Cole beats Erin hands down I'm afraid. She also looks beautiful even when she cries!

Anyway, Ireland did participate in the Eurovision Dance Competition but I don't know of anything that would be on the same scale as "Strictly Come Dancing".

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Post by markymark » 11 Oct 2008, 17:11

Well they'd need to for what we're paying in a television licence! I often wondered why we pay for BBC for watching their channels through Sky TV...

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Post by Nutroast » 15 Oct 2008, 15:02

When I was going out last night, I noticed they were advertising the spin-off for this show that's being held right here in Dorset. It's called "Strictly No Parking". Well, there was a sign up for it anyway :wink:

Jan
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Post by markymark » 26 Oct 2008, 00:41

I missed the first four or five dances of Strictly tonight, but based on what I saw, John and Mark haven't done themselves any favours. How did the GMYV presenter (Andrew?) do?

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Post by markymark » 05 Nov 2008, 22:52

Andrew Castle has been dancing like he wants to be voted off. Having said that, John Sargent is definitely out this next week. I think he deserved to stay this week because he just seemed to try harder than Andrew.

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Post by markymark » 09 Nov 2008, 15:01

Don't care, Dave. I'm sticking by my guns on this one!

John is going out this week!

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Post by Gill the Piano » 09 Nov 2008, 17:17

I'd vote for John every time; I think the whole thing takes itself far too seriously and needs the p*ss taking out of it IMMEDIATELY!

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Post by louttrim » 10 Nov 2008, 15:26

so, Mark, you going to eat those words now??!! :lol:

Lx

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Post by markymark » 10 Nov 2008, 18:04

louttrim wrote:so, Mark, you going to eat those words now??!! :lol:

Lx
:!: I'm absolutely appalled!
I think that the judge's reaction summed it up.
I wouldn't have given him a 1 - maybe a 2 but not 4!!

Having said that, the British public did an even better job at
completely fudging up the X-factor tele-vote too!

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Post by markymark » 10 Nov 2008, 18:33

Don't you think Jodie is struggling more on the whole?

Cherie will be snookered and end up in the dance-off if she gets a latin dance!

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Post by markymark » 10 Nov 2008, 18:44

Just jealous, Dave?

Strictly finished at 7:20, X-factor started at 7:20. How much better could it have been planned.... that is of course unless I did it myself!

It has everything to do with being prepared.

Autoview and Series Link functions on Sky are good for this too!

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Post by markymark » 10 Nov 2008, 18:54

Depends on who you talk to...

Personally, if I was into labelling, I go and work for DYMO!

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Post by louttrim » 10 Nov 2008, 19:06

IMHO, I reckon that if Jodie or Cherie get a latin dance, it'll be them in the dance off :) I don't mind if either of them go, to be honest. I'd like Tom and Christine to be in the final :lol: but it'll probably be John and Austin :?

Have to keep reminding myself that this is a charity event.. so all those poor misguided people ringing for John are just helping to raise lots of money.. even if the poor sod can't dance. He is lovely though :wink:

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Post by markymark » 16 Nov 2008, 15:39

Well if the televoting is as accurate on SCD as it was on X-factor last night, then John is out on his ear-hole. He danced much better than last week but still, there are so many more better dancers in the competition than him. The public have to be fair and not fickle!

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Post by Gill the Piano » 18 Nov 2008, 19:40

I think you'll find that the voiceover invites viewers to 'vote for your favourite'. Not the best dancer, but the favourite. And if Arlene Phillips keeps on slagging JS off, then she'll live to regret it! :D I find the whole thing v.amusing...

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Post by Gill the Piano » 19 Nov 2008, 17:40

O no!! John's bottled it! BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!

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Post by markymark » 17 Dec 2008, 00:40

What a joke! Out of all the votes Strictly got, how could Lisa and Rachael end up with EXACTLY the same number of votes as each other?

More like, we need another episode after John's premature departure! :?

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Post by markymark » 21 Dec 2008, 14:55

I wasn't going to post on this one anway - I was so disgusted!

I kind of feared that this would happen considering that Tom was able to claw his way past Lisa after only receiving 1 point from the judges' score.

What a ridiculous outcome! The public support was the only reason for his winning the competition. Vincent and Rachel were far better but the fickle British public has struck again and gone with the one with more personality and likeability as per usual! :x

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Post by Gill the Piano » 21 Dec 2008, 16:32

Travesty. John Sargeant should've won...:(

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