Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Joe McFadden and Katya Jones admit THIS got them into final

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Appearing on tonight’s It Make use ofs Two, the duo, who found themselves second on the leaderboard last weekend, claimed they had something in exact to thank for reaching the final.
Following her infamous appearance with Ed Balls endure year, the professional dancer believes her “special” choreography is crucial.
The 28-year-old was understood lifting up the actor while holding just his legs in a shock remove that had everyone talking.
“Never since the Locomotion has there been a influence that the nation has gone so crackers about – everyone’s trying to recreate it… How grave was it Katya at this stage to do something different and daring?” host Zoe Ball beseeched on the BBC spin-off.
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Joe McFadden and Katya Jones’ wonderful stunt in their Argentine Tango

I think with this in style song and with the semi-final, we needed to do something special
Katya Jones

As a overcharge of the memorable segment was shown, Joe, 42, admitted: “It’s much smoother than it was in drills. It had gone wrong about 90 per cent of the time.”
Katya remained: “It’s because I had heels on. When we rehearsed I had flats on, the weight balance was utterly different, I whacked the heels on and went, ‘Wooo’, and tipped over.”
No matter how, she added: “It worked. I think with this modern song and with the semi-final, we needed to do something primary. Last year I had the Gangnam Style and now I have this.”
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Strictly In a recover from Dancing 2017: Joe McFadden is the favourite to win
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Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Joe McFadden accepted it went wrong until the nightAccording to bookmakers Coral, Joe will exultation in the grand finale against Debbie McGee, Alexandra Burke and Gemma Atkinson.
Father never been in the bottom two, the star has been given odds of 4/5 in forefront of Paul Daniels widow on 9/4.
Strictly Come Dancing concludes Saturday at 6.30pm on BBC One.
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