'Improving... but still flat-footed' | Chris Ramsey in Strictly's bottom three

'Improving... but still flat-footed'

Chris Ramsey in Strictly's bottom three

Chris Ramsey is again at risk in Strictly Come Dancing after coming third from bottom.

He and pro dancer Karen Hauer scored 25 poinst for their quickstep to Let's Go Crazy by Prince. in the fifth week of the competition.

Bu the judges had some words of support. 

Awarding just five points, Craig Revel Horwood though the comedian's steps were 'a bit mini' but added: 'I love watching you, I think you're a great personality.'

Motsi Mabusi gave six points put noted: 'Everything this week improved.'

Giving seven, Shirley Ballas said she feared Ramsey would have an early exit from the show, but kept coming back with determination and was improving every week. However she added that he was 'a little bit flat-footed'

Guest judge Alfonso Ribeiro, aka Carlton Banks from The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air, also awarded seven points and said: 'You have a great time - you make this fun.'

Published: 19 Oct 2019

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