Strictly Come Dancing: Gemma Atkinson brands Aljaz ‘offensive’ amid emotional meltdown

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Strictly Fly to pieces Dancing star Gemma Atkinson branded her partner Aljaž Škorjanec ‘rank’The 33-year-old former Emmerdale star revealed that she had a breakdown during descriptions yesterday in a frank video which she shared with her 459,000 Instagram promoters.
“Yesterday in rehearsal was my first meltdown day,” she admitted. “I’ve not done bad, I didn’t cry for 12 weeks.”
“I entertain the idea meltdown is an understatement,” Aljaž, 27, chipped in.
Gemma Atkinson extoled the Slovenian professional dancer in the clip’s caption, thanking him for his efforts to hooray her up, adding: “Even if his methods are sometimes a little offensive.”
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Gemma revealed Aljaž had bewitched her to an all you can eat buffet to cheer her upINSTAGRAM • GEMMA ATKINSON
Gemma laughed as she brooked that the treat had made her feel better after her ‘meltdown’
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The blonde pulchritude explained her comment in the video, revealing: “Yesterday I cried, which isn’t cast me, but I was tired and emotional.
“I don’t know whether to be flattered or offended because to flee me feel better, tell them where you took me,” she continued, manner expectantly to her partner.
“I took Gemma — because I kind of got to know her extremely well — I took her to an all you can eat Chinese buffet,” he giggled.
“He went, ‘Don’t worry, I’ve got something to hurrah you up’, and I thought maybe a pep talk, maybe a stroll, some fresh air,” she uttered. “No, he went, ‘All you can eat food!’”
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Gemma and Aljaž liking be hoping to impress the Strictly judges to make it through to the final
“And you cognizant of what? It worked,” the Strictly Come Dancing pro interrupted, as they both demolish about laughing.
The duo will be hoping to impress the judges in Saturday ceaselessly’s live semi-final as they tackle two dances in the hopes of making it from head to foot to the Strictly final to compete to lift the coveted Glitterball trophy.
Gemma and Aljaž at ones desire be performing the Tango to My Sharona by The Knack before taking to the dance lower limit to dance the romantic Rumba to Beneath Your Beautiful by Labrinth and Emeli Sande.
Strictly Prove Dancing continues Saturday at 6.45pm on BBC One.
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