Stacey Dooley got a cheeky grip from Kevin Clifton's peachy posterior during Saturday's Strictly Come Dancing, when she started the semi-finals with an energetic Charleston. The broadcaster saw her partner give a friendly pat after their dance, which earned an almost perfect score of 40 points out of 40. The friendly display of the pair came when Stacey's long-term friend, Sam Tucknott, was looked upon with pride in the audience, amid messages that he & # 39; insanely jealous & # 39; is on her relationship with the pro.
Naughty! Stacey Dooley got a cheeky grip from Kevin Clifton's peachy posterior during Saturday's Strictly Come Dancing when she started the semi-finals with a Charleston. Stacey was the first in the night of action, dancing with her long-awaited Charleston to Five Foot Two Eyes Of Blue by Spike Jones. It was no easy task to beat the show, but the broadcaster delivered spades with the slapstick-heavy performance and earned a standing ovation from Shirley Ballas. When the dance came to an end, Stacey and Kevin were seen as a tender embrace, while she also made a brutal pat on his buttocks.
Cheeky: The channel was seen and gave her partner a friendly pat after their dance, which earned an almost perfect score of 39 points out of 40
Proud: the pair's friendly display came when Staceys's long-term friend, Sam Tucknott, was being watched by the public, amidst messages that he & # 39; insanely jealous & # 39; was on their friendship. But her friend Sam was the proud partner because he encouraged her with pleasure. in public. It comes after sources told The Sun on Wednesday that Sam & # 39; insanely jealous & # 39; has become the close friendship of Stacey with Kevin. An insider said: "Sam is rather vocal about dancing her with a single man and was really paranoid that she split to because of the show. "[Stacey] says he has become insanely jealous even though she insisted that he did not have to worry about anything. But Stacey seemed to drive away the rumors earlier this week, when she placed a challenging selfie that spurred her husband.
Almost there! The station surprised the panel with her great routine with partner Kevin, and head referee Shirley Ballas admitted she was speechless & # 39; used to be
Almost there! The duo came dangerously close to a perfect score, with 39 points from 40Regardless Stacey's routine went down a storm with the panel, where Shirley Ballas said: "I am speechless there is something that you do not can do! You went on this journey to show that kind of dance. Absolutely phenomenal I do not even know what to say! "Laughing for his own criticism, Craig said," Well, your left foot did not do one spin, but I loved it, it was quirky that it was eccentric not to love! "It led the duo dangerously close to a perfect score, with 39 points at 40.Stacey's good fortune went through for her second dance, with a beautiful Viennese Waltz to You & # 39; re My World of Cilla Black.
Jaw-dropping: Stacey's luck went through for her second dance, with a wonderful Viennese Waltz to You & # 39; re My World of Cilla Black
Beautiful: the beauty of the romantic dance, which mainly resulted in positive comments from the judges, although they again noticed her free hand. The beauty was astonished by the romantic dance, which mainly earned positive comments from the judges, although they quite remarked her again. Bruno said: & # 39; It is so great to look at you, because you have such a healthy, genuine quality, a small thing, free hand, but I tell you that once you have been in control, you fly high. & # 39; Shirley added: "The quality of listening to the music and being able to stick to his right side, I thought it was fantastic that I thought you were doing a great job. & # 39; This resulted in another solid score, with 36 points out of 40. Kevin also had a few nice words for Stacey when he told host Claudia Winkleman: "We watched a few of our dances back last night, and I think that since then she has put everything into it and that I have never seen anyone in my cell improve ebrity partners. Then Joe Sugg followed with Dianne Buswell, who danced their first routine from a Viennese Waltz to This Year & # 39; s Love by David Gray.
Romantic: next was Joe Sugg with Dianne Buswell, their first routine of a Viennese Waltz Dance to This Year & # 39; s Love of David Gray
Difficult: but despite the sweet routine, the judges noticed that there was too much rising and falling, resulting in a score of only 29 points. As the last man, Joe was still a lot to prove with the sweet routine, but the judges pointed out had too much rise and fall. Kraker said: 'MANY too much rise and fall it almost looked like a waltz. I do not think it's your best ballroom. & Darcy added: & # 39; It feels very nice, we expect a lot from you from the ballroom and you have a beautiful posture in your fingertip, but you have a hard time with your continuous rotation. It was not bad that it just was not what we expect from you. "It led to a controversial score for the semis, with just 29 out of 40 and only six from Craig.
Full of passion: Joe and Dianne hoped to be able to redeem themselves, with an Argentine Tango with an Argentine Tango as a highlight, to the song Red Right Hand by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Joe and Dianne hoping to redeem themselves, with an Argentine Tango with Peaky Blinders as number Red Right hand by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Unfortunately, Craig has not been impressed again and he said that it was placed in & # 39; & # 39; used to be. & Darcy added: & # 39; It is so demanding for a celebrity to have control over this, even if in control of dance it is difficult. I wanted to see you have fun with this, not a bad effort, not good. & # 39; But Shirley did not agree with her colleagues in the panel and said: & # 39; Taste is debatable, I do not agree with that, I thought that there were times when it was a bit stupid here or there, but let's talk about what you did well. & # 39; There was another piece that you came here, so you did a lot that was very good. I'm happy with you. & # 39; It did lead to a slight boost in the scoring, with 30 points out of 40.
Mixed: it did give a slight boost in the score, with 30 points out of 40, although Craig insisted that it was placed in & # 39; & # 39; used to be. Thirdly to dance was Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev, with the dynamic duo hoping to bounce back in the dance-off of the weekend before. By presenting a Paso Doble to Spectrum (Say My Name) by Florence + The Machine, the singer was again praised for the performance value, although there was some confusion about whether she lost her balance at the end. But Pasha stated that it was his mistake that led to the wobble, while she strove to keep them upright when the dance came to an end. Kraker said: & # 39; You dance with so much cruelty and passion and I love to see that it is absolutely brilliant, you only lost your balance at the very end unfortunately. But fantastic. "Darcy added:" It looked like something out of crazy max to look at. I mean that the power that unleashes you is irresistible. The performance was excellent. & # 39; The comments were reflected in the scores, with a solid 36 points out of 40.
Fierce: Third was to dance Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev, with the dynamic duo hoping to bounce again after they were in the dance-off at the weekend
Decent: Although there were questions about whether Ashley had taken a wrong step, she still had a solid score of 36 out of 40. The couple came out with their second dance, an American Smooth to Not That a kick in the head by Dean Martin. Completed with all sorts of difficult lifts, it was a huge success according to the judges, with Craig who achieved a high score with a quiet applause. Bruno added: "It was more than an American slippery it was an American splendor that rhymes of lift was out of this world. "It led the couple to score their second 40 of the series.
So smooth: the couple came out to fight with their second dance, that was an American Smooth to Not that a kick in the head by Dean Martin
High riding: complete with all kinds of difficult lifts, it was a great success according to the judges, with the pair scored their second 40 of the series. Lauren Steadman went to the floor next to AJ Pritchard, a passionate tango dancing to Tina Turner's Nutbush City Limites. While it was clear she had come a long way in the competition, her dance had a mixed reception, with Craig as branding for pedestrians. "Bruno added:" You made me a bit scared tonight, that was your adult and adult performance so far, but because of the nature of the dance difficult to keep. & # 39; An artist must be 100% on it, even if you keep standing, you have to keep that focus. & # 39; When they entered their second dance, the pair scored 31 points out of 40.
Passionate: Lauren Steadman went with AJ Pritchard to the floor and danced a passionate tango to the Nutbush City Limits of Tina Turner
Controversial: Although it was clear that she had come a long way in the competition, her dance earned a mixed image, with Craig as a brand name & # 39; pedestrian & # 39 ;. Laurens's harsh criticism followed the Samba, where the jurors pointed out that there were too many mistakes. Shirley said: "You have a larger than life partnership, but you have made too many mistakes. It is just very difficult to put together two dances, but this was absolutely not your best dance. & Darcy added: & # 39; You are such an inspiring lady and you have come this far but there is always one dance, it is difficult to praise two techniques for only one week. "Kraig also said: & # 39; It's a shame, is not it? You could have covered it up, it was not your night sweetheart. & # 39; It resulted in the lowest score of the evening, with 23 out of 40 points.
Wrestling: Laurens harsh criticism followed the Samba, where the judges pointed out that there were too many mistakes
Difficult: it resulted in the lowest score of the evening, with 23 points from the 40th century. On the floor Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice took the dance, the notoriously difficult Samba to I Go To Rio by Pablo Cruise. While they were praised again after the perfect score last week, they scored 37 points out of 40 this week. Shirley said: & # 39; I thought you did very well. You had a bit of control over your footwork, I just wanted to see more power, but you had good resilience, I thought you were doing really well. & Craig added: & # 39; You need a little more hip action on the first set of vaulters, but nice bounce and the routine was absolutely incredible. & # 39;
Hard dance: Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice took the infamous, difficult Samba to I Go To Rio from Pablo Cruise.
Solid: While they were praised again after the perfect score last week, they scored a respectable 37 points out of 40 this week. The pair then hoped to raise their score with an Argentine Tango, to La Cumparsita of Machiko Ozawa. Close to the evening, the wonderfully traditional dance earned positive comments across the board, and a score of 39 out of 40. Bruno became enthusiastic: & # 39; You combined the softness of silk with the bright cut diamonds of a diamond. The musicality is something that I have rarely seen, your foot and leg action looked like you were conducting the orchestra. It is really rare to see that. & Darcy added: & # 39; The intense drama, oh how you worked her hard, it was wonderful, it was more about how you delayed each jump. & # 39; I had to compliment Giovanni with your passionate collaboration. Keep it powerful but feminine superior. & # 39; It remains to be seen which couple will leave in the results show of Sunday, when the four couples who reach the final are unveiled. Strong Coming Dancing continues on Sunday, December 9 at 7:15 PM on BBC One.
Sizzling: the pair then hoped to raise their score with an Argentine Tango, to La Cumparsita of Machiko Ozawa
Rocking it: the wonderfully traditional dance brought a positive impression across the board and a score of 39 out of 40