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Thank heavens. It is a dancing competition, not a popularity competition. She did well, she entertained us, now lets get on with the serious business.
Actually, Gavin Henson is the one getting on my pip. He really believes in his own good looks (can't see it myself) which are sufficient to get him through. He sure can't dance and he has no personality. He is all chest and thighs, which in other circumstances might be enticing (but not to me) but not on this show. He is vain and silly and if a woman a typical dumb blonde!
Other than that, I think it will be a close run contest with four very good dancers left.
Elaine Turner |
December 06, 2010 at 10:08 AM
Well I enjoyed her efforts and feel she should be applauded for them. Of course she is not a trained professiosnl dancer of the type who participated in the old "Come Dancing" where Peter West took great pleasure in telling viewers , "For those of you watching in Black and White the Home Counties North Formation Team are all wearing matching pale blue panties" etc. Ann Widdecombe gave us all a smile in these dark days of bitter cold and bitter cuts. God bless her for that! Former Government Minister she may have been but she has a refreshing lack of pomposity and ego that some of our current politicians would do well to emulate, not to mention some Forum Moderators I could think of!
Martin Marprelate- A Man in the Street! |
December 06, 2010 at 11:30 AM
Did you see Anton's face when the results were announced? - beaming from ear to ear!
Vince Causey |
December 06, 2010 at 04:12 PM
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