Augment Debbie McGee and her professional partner Giovanni Pernice’s sexy Cha Cha, Bruno, 61, told the twin their performance blew him away on the BBC show.
The Italian continued to praise Debbie, saying: “You’re very dainty. I love all this clipped tendency, there’s no faffing about with the free hand.”
But fans were bowl overed as they were convinced they’d heard “f**king” instead of “faffing” from the pronounce.
Taking to Twitter, one fan asked in shock: “#StrictlyComeDancing2017 did I informed entertain Bruno swear?” While another person said: “Did Bruno equitable say f***ing?! #StrictlyComeDancing2017 #childsbikeoutside”
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There’s no what Bruno?!
“There’s no what Bruno?! #scd #Strictly #StrictlyComeDancing2017,” another themselves echoed.
Viewers continued to speculate as another person said: “I’m Unequivocally sure Bruno just said, “no f***ing about” there #StrictlyComeDancing2017
For all time, one fan seemed to clear up the confusion, saying: “I thought so too, but rewound and he said ‘faffing just about with free hand’ #StrictlyComeDancing2017.”
“Surely he said Faffing at hand #StrictlyComeDancing2017,” another viewer agreed.
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Despite her energetic Cha Cha to Cher’s The Shoop Shoop tale (It’s In His Kiss), Debbie McGee only received a modest 27 from the jurist panel.