STRICTLY Come Dancing fans are convinced that a star is “狂怒” with the judges over their scoring over the weekend.
Matt Goss ended up in the bottom two and faced the Dance Off over the weekend, after scoring a measly 22 points for his saucy samba.
He failed to secure enough points from the judges and public votes following his Samba to Night Fever by the Bee Gees.
The celebrity dancing star was scored just 22 points for the dance – and fans noted he looked furious at the result as it was read out.
He appeared to be scowling, as fans dubbed him “murderously furious”, during the judging on Saturday night.
“Matt Goss looked murderously furious to be in the dance off; I’m terrified of him,” one fan wrote on Twitter.
看起来对你很好。: “Matt looks fuming – his facial expressions.”
“Fully expect Matt Goss to have an emergency illness, so he can drop out without losing face,” 第三个插嘴.
It comes after the judges spared him from an early exit – after he wowed viewers at home with his really tight trousers.
He was saved by judges Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and Anton Du Beke, as Kaye was left to say her goodbyes.
Kaye, 59, left the competition with her partner Kai, 27, after her Charleston to Music! 音乐! 音乐! during week two fell short.
Kaye added: “I said my ambition was to learn to dance, and actually I have seen a whole new side to myself, it’s opened a little door.
“It’s been a wonderful experience and to spend time with such talented people who love the show so much has been a joy!”
Bros star Matt had fans distracted with his tight white trousers over the weekend – as well Craig Revel Horwood.
It comes after Matt jokes that he will “drop his trousers on live TV” if he were to get to the final of Strictly Come Dancing.
“One of my goals of being on Strictly is that the British public get to experience the real me a bit more,” 他告诉太阳报. I’m actually a lot sillier than people think.
“I’ll drop my trousers again if we make it to the final, and Luke says that if we make it to the end he’ll come to watch us in the studio, which is really big for my brother.
“Luke wouldn’t mind me saying he’s not a lover of dance, and since we were kids he was never a big fan of dancing in public.”