Strictly: Adam Thomas makes speech as he leaves the show
Strictly Come Dancing fans issued the same complaint about the BBC series’ results show.
Many viewers are calling for the Sunday night results show to be scrapped because the programme is prerecorded on Saturday night.
Another fan fumed it makes the show “longer” than it needs to be.
Taking to X, formerly known as Twitter, one fan complained: “BBC needs to scrap this #strictly #strictlycomedancing Sunday show. Just make it longer. If kids need to go to bed, there is such a thing as record or catch up….” (sic
Another wrote: “Mini rant: It’s a little bit silly of @BBCOne to pre-record the results show of #Strictly, one of the biggest TV shows, broadcast it a whole day later and expect spoilers not to leak in the world we live in. Either extend Saturday’s live show or go live on Sunday!” (sic)
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A third penned: “Why does #Strictly insist on pretending the results take place on a Sunday?”
“WHYYYYYYY is pretending this is recorded on Sunday still a thing?” a fourth fan echoed while one fan fumed the results show was a “waste of space”.
They commented: “Result was leaked last night. Not having a live results show kills the whole vibe… It’s a parody now….Sunday show is a waste of an hour.” (sic)
Adam Thomas and his dance partner Luba Mushtuk were sent home on Sunday night after landing in the bottom two against Angela Rippon and Kair Widdrington.
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It was a unanimous decision by the judges as they all decided to save Angela and Kai.
Adam got choked up when speaking to host Tess Daly about his time on the show.
“Seven incredible weeks, what a journey it’s been,” the Waterloo Road star began.
“I honestly thought I was leaving in week two and the fact that I’ve got this far I’m so proud of myself, I’ve had an amazing time from start to finish.
“I came here to learn how to dance and I’ve learned so much more about myself. The confidence and self-belief I now have in myself, it’s out of this world I have to thank all these guys up here.
“What a bunch to be on this journey with, I’m just very, very lucky! I know my kids are at home now probably crying, it’s okay – Daddy’s okay!
“I just wanted to teach my kids that it’s not just about winning or losing, it’s about taking part and doing your best.
“[To Luba] I just want to say thank you to this one and I’m sorry, I wanted to get us to Blackpool!”
Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday at 6.05pm on BBC One.
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