Strictly fans fume as Shirley Ballas 'called out' by Nikita for 'conflicting comments'


    “What I would like to see moving forward is that things don’t move quite so blocked and when I say blocked I mean everything moves in one piece, so a little bit more isolation could now be had.

    “Also no heel leads we are going into week three and the first step of every step was a heel lead.

    “So from today, I’m not accepting any heel leads and that goes for everybody else because you have a choice and I know that you have been told. 

    “You have got to get your weight and your posture in the right place over a straight leg and give me that leg action but otherwise some very nice pieces.”

    Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One on Saturday at 6.30pm.


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