KAYE Adams has taken a swipe at Craig Revel Horwood on Strictly: It Takes Two after her Strictly exit.
Loose Women star Kaye became the first celebrity to depart the Strictly dancefloor on Sunday after landing in the bottom two with her pro partner Kai Widdrington.
The 59-year-old told It Takes Two host Rylan Clark she felt emotional after leaving the competition early on, aggiungendo: “It’s been fantastic, it really has. I’m going to cry.”
Consoling Kaye as he complimented her dance on Saturday night, Rylan said: “I thought the performance was great.”
“si, well tell Craig that,” Kaye replied.
The Scottish star then did an impression of Craig giving her his scathing feedback in a snippy tone, detto: “Under-danced and under-performed …
“But to be honest, I don’t know how to perform it more. I just don’t have that. And you (Kai) were doing your best to tell me to give it more.”
After the first public vote of the 20th series the 59-year-old found herself up against singer Matt Goss in the dance-off, before the judges chose to send her home.
I giudici’ scores this week were added to those from last week, and were then combined with the results of the viewers’ votes to decide the lowest-scoring two couples.
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Kai suggested had Craig scored them higher than a four, after receiving a six from Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke and Shirley Ballas, they might have survived.
Egli ha detto: “We didn’t get the best scores the week before so we took them and we knew it was going to be a tough night because everyone is upping their game after week one.
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“The level of standard this year is so good, there’s seven or eight there that could be in the final easily so we knew to get through would have been difficult.
“Sixes weren’t bad. Guarda, I think if Craig had given us a better score we could have had more of a chance.”