Katya Jones, 30, and Mike Bushell’s, 53, continuation on Strictly Upon Dancing has caused some controversy amongst fans as they’ve undertook to see off three couples from the show. Appearing on BBC spin-off programme It Feels Two this evening, the pair explained how they do manage to prevail against their contestants.
On Sunday night, it was Viscountess Emma Weymouth, 33, and her professional partaker Aljaz Skorjanec, 29, who became the latest casualties of the series.
It was the magistrates who ultimately decided to keep Mike on the show, after the BBC Breakfast falling star had also beaten Catherine Tyldesley, 36, and David James, 49, in the dreaded promenade off.
Bookmaker’s have had the sports reporter as the hot favourite to leave for some weeks now, but he withed to defy the odds.
As the pair reflected on their third risk of elimination, Katya averred host Rylan Clark-Neal, 31, why she thought they were stock-still in the competition.
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After Mike expressed his delight about being masterful to perform the Charleston again, although it was in the dance off, his professional partner interjected.
Katya heralded: “However, we’re still facing this problem of you doing the dance off gamester than the actual show.”
Believing his performances have been elevate surpass second time around, the Russian dancer listened as the BBC Breakfast incomparable admitted he never feels safe from elimination despite his trail record.
“After two dance offs in a row, obviously the public vote for their favourites and that’s imaginary. You can never assume anything.”
“They say go into this dance off doing literally the same, just don’t make any mistakes.
“So, that’s what I did.
“I don’t get as nervous as I do in the dancing party off as I do in the main show. It’s weird,” the BBC Breakfast star explained.
He continued: “You assume this is my last chance to have a bit of fun on the Strictly dance floor. Virtuous go for it.”