Strictly fans concerned for Bobby Brazier after actor makes sad admission

Strictly: Bobby Brazier sad about Eddie in dance-off result

Strictly Come Dancing’s Bobby Brazier surprised fans with his admission that fellow contestant Eddie Kadi is the first person on the show he turns to when he has problems.

He made the confession as 40-year-old DJ and presenter Eddie and his pro partner Karen Hauer faced the dance-off against Paralympian Jody Cundy and Jowita Przystal, who ultimately left the show having been the favourites to go.

Presenter Claudia Winkleman noticed that the 20-year-old EastEnders star looked downcast at the announcement and questioned him about it.

“You were quite sad there when Eddie was announced you two get on so brilliantly. I’m sorry to bring it up again but as the competition goes on, it gets hard, right?” she queried.

“Yeah, I’ve got a lot to say about Eddie,” he admitted. “He’s such a sweetheart!


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“He’s a nice person to be around, whenever I feel like I wanna let something off my chest about training or something, Eddie is the first person I say something to!”

Bobby’s pro partner, Dianne Buswell, then joked: “Not Dianne!” to which Bobby quipped: “Dianne is driving me nuts!”

The vulnerable admission moved fans with @Rosie12_1994 taking to X formerly known as Twitter to say: “#strictly bless Bobby him and Eddie are so close you can see that by his reaction…”

Meanwhile, @katienotkaie simply said: “I just want to give Bobby a hug #Strictly

Eddie and Bobby’s closeness was evident in week three when Eddie scored the first ten of the show from Shirley Ballas for his routine to Men In Black.


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Bobby was the first person to run up and give him a hug when they returned to the contestant’s area.

They went on to achieve an impressive 34 points, sending them to second place on the leaderboard.

It was a far cry from this week when the head judge was slammed after branding his American Smooth to Tom Jones Sex Bomb a “dance disaster”.

The couple only scored 24 points from the judges before finding themselves in the bottom tow overall after public vote was counted.

Strictly Come Dancing returns to BBC One on Saturday October 21 at 6.15pm.

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