STRICTLY Come Dancing fans all have the same ‘concerning’ cimplaint ahead of the semi-final.
As the hit BBC One dancing competition nears its finale, the dances for this weekend have been revealed.
With just five couples remaining, each pairing will have to dance twice.
Fleur and Vito will dance the Charleston to Tu Vuo’ Fa L’Americano by Fiorello and Paso Doble to The Time Is Now by Moloko.
Helen and Gorka will perform Argentine Tango to Here Comes The Rain Again by Eurythmics and Waltz to Only One Road by Céline Dion.
Molly and Carlos will dance a Paso Doble to Survivor by 2WEI ft Edda Hayes and American Smooth to Easy On Me by Adele
Hamza and Jowita will take on the Charleston to Pencil Full Of Lead by Paolo Nutini and Waltz to What The World Needs Now by Burt Bacharach
Will and Nancy will dance a Couple’s Choice to Know How / Fools Gold / Step On Young MC / The Stone Roses / Happy Mondays and Paso Doble to Uccen – DWTS Remix by Taalbi Brothers, DWTS.
However, viewers have noticed there’s three Paso Doble routines – which they think is “too much”.
One fan said: “The amount of paso dobles is concerning.”
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“3 pasos? Gosh,” posted another viewer.
A third said: “Three paso dobles are you ok Strictly?”
“Two ballroom dances out of 10 is very poor, BBC,” said a fourth fan.
Meanwhile, BBC One have revealed the date and time for the final of Strictly Come Dancing.
The last episode of the current series will air Saturday 17th December at 7.05pm.
And it will be an epic event with a massive two-and-a-half hour running time.
The movie-length episode will wrap at 9.35pm.