Furious Strictly fans slam show as ‘unfair’ and ‘ruined’ after final routines are revealed | The Sun

STRICTLY Come Dancing fans have slammed the show as "unfair" after the final routines were revealed this week.

Three out of the remaining four couples will be doing a Couple's Choice dance for the grand finale.

All of the couples will be doing a show dance, while Helen Skelton, Hamza Yassin and Fleur East have picked their Couple's Choice routine.

Helen will also be dancing a jive, Fleur a samba, a Hamza will be shaking his hips to a salsa, while Mollie Rainford will try to impress the judges with her quickstep and rumba.

However, Strictly fans have been left fuming that the controversial category is allowed in the final and have claimed that it is "ruining" the show.

The Couple's Choice was introduced in 2018 to allow the pairs to choose from one of three styles and have more freedom in the routine.


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Couples choose from Contemporary, Street/Commercial and Theatre/Jazz to show off their celebrity’s moves.

One angry fan wrote: "The final should be one ballroom, one Latin and the show dance. In other words 2 different technical dances and an “anything goes”.

Another posted: "Couples choice is really spoiling the show for me."

"Not 3 couple choices… no different to show dances," another disgruntled viewer commented.

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Someone else tweeted: "Are you seriously? 3 couple's choice? can u cancel couple's choice next year?"

Another echoed: "Don't think the couples choice dances should be allowed to be picked. That seems unfair as they always do well with having less rules!"

One unhappy fan said: "Why is there 3 couples choice when they’re already doing show dances?"

"I thought I'd seen the end of couple's choice for this year," another pleaded.

Meanwhile, others insist Fleur shouldn’t have made it through to next week after she beat Will Mellor in the dreaded dance off.

Fleur and her pro partner Vito Coppola will now  battle it out on the dancefloor for the Glitterball trophy against Hamza Yassin and Jowita Przystal, Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu, Helen Skelton and Gorka Marquez .

Despite being an incredible dancer, some angry trolls took to Twitter to complain about Fleur taking part.

One person moaned: “Well that’s ruined the whole series… Like seriously how did fleur and molly make it through… it’s been ruined. Come on Hamza, win it. #Strictly.”

Another raged: “Thats me done with #Strictly after watching from day one. The woke bias @BBC determination to get @FleurEast into the final despite the public constantly rejecting her has ruined this series. Will was a potential winner. I won't watch next year.”

Both Craig Revel Horwood and Motsi Mabuse opted to save Fleur, while Anton Du Beke chose to save Will and Nancy.

The split meant Head Judge Shirley Ballas had the casting vote, and she decided to save Fleur and Vito. 

Now fans think Shirley should be replaced as the dance show's head judge – by Anton Du Beke.

Following the shock results fans rushed online to beg bosses to make Anton, 56, the new head judge.

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One angry fan posted: "You were brilliant Will you should have and did deserve to go through. Makes a mockery of the dance off and that dance alone. #Shirley why? #Anton for head judge, he is the honest one #Strictly#willmellor#WillAndNancy."

Another posted: "@bbcstrictly#Strictly It’s time to stop judging bias and get a better head judge to replace @ShirleyBallas Stop judges from voting for their favourites. Only Anton is fair having been at the receiving end of votes himself."

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