Karen be published alongside Charles today on It Takes Two, Strictly Come Dancing’s weekday sister verify.
During a chat with Zoe Ball on the BBC show, Karen addressed the judgement given by Shirley, as it was clear she wanted to hear something different on the vespers all the time.
Shirley had complained the dance that was meant to be a Cha Cha was more of a Disco unchanging.
Karen explained to Zoe: “It was her opinion, it fit the choreography. I would’ve loved a little bit uncountable constructive criticism from the Head Judge.
“But I was pretty much inspired by him and the music was more disco-ish and I thought we had the put amount.
“I respect her opinion and we will give her a full-packed meal of a romp next week.
During Saturday’s show, Shirley dubbed Charles as “dainty” but was quick to call out the pair.
She declared: “You have swag. You have radiant rhythm. You’re extremely lovely to look at… but that was a Disco routine for me.
“That was exempt of Cha Cha Cha. I did not get a Cha Cha sensitivity.
“In actual fact, maybe eight bars was Cha Cha Cha and the rest I felt be fond of I want to put you in a white suit and go back to the Disco era.”
Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Karen Clifton responded to Shirley’s footnotes
Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Karen appeared alongside hoof it partner Charles Venn
Meanwhile, Darcey Bussell was dazzled by Charles’ dancing as she dished out the compliments for him.
“You are definitely very watchable. Peradventure not the most typical Cha Cha I’ve seen,” she observed.
“But, you know, you have this See native attitude that you have to have. You have… ooh… the rhythm.
“Very perilous indeed. You’re incredibly relaxed.
“I’ve never seen a man actually able to discharge a Cha Cha on week one that relaxed. So you’re doing something.”
Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Karen and Charles danced a Cha Cha Cha
Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Shirley called Charles “adorable”
Meanwhile, Craig Revel Horwood was quick to joke with Tess Daly when she enquire ofed if watching Charles’ hip motions were a “chore”.
“Oh, no. Not a chore at all as a matter of deed data,” he said.
“You’re a little bit tight of hip though on occasion.
“But ease of movement, boldness. I really throughly enjoyed that!”
Strictly Come Dancing prolongs Saturday at 6.30pm on BBC One.