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Strictly Come Dancing 2019: The best & worst Charlestons so far

Strictly Come Dancing 2019: The best & worst Charlestons so far

We are now half way through Strictly Come Dancing 2019 and we have now seen 7 Charlestons on the show with only 4 couples left who have yet to perform one. As the standard builds, let’s looks back at the Highs and Lows of the Charlestons and who has the highest scoring routine so far.

Strictly Review: Mike Bushell and Katya Jones

Strictly Review: Mike Bushell and Katya Jones

After last week’s shock exit, and Will Bayley’s departure due to injury, we saw the nine remaining couples take to the dance floor on Saturday night. TV presenter Mike Bushell and his dancer partner Katya Jones performed the Charleston to Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines by Ron Goodwin Orchestra.

Strictly Review: Catherine Tyldesley and Johannes Radebe

Strictly Review: Catherine Tyldesley and Johannes Radebe

Catherine Tyldesley, actress, with her professional dance partner Johannes Radebe danced their Charleston to Beyonce’s hit single Single Ladies. Both wearing fuchsia pink outfits their performance was set in a nail bar with plenty of energy and sass, but did it deserve 30 points?

Strictly Review: Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse vs Anneka Rice and Kevin Clifton

Strictly Review: Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse vs Anneka Rice and Kevin Clifton

Last weekend it was Movie Week on Strictly Come Dancing and we were treated to not one, but two Charlestons. Actor Kelvin Fletcher and his dance partner Oti Mabuse scored an almost perfect score which included two 10s whilst Anneka Rice and Kevin Clifton were voted off the show. Do you agree with the results and the scores? Let’s taken a deeper look at each dance.

Strictly Review: Charles and Karen

Strictly Review: Charles and Karen

It has been yet another rollercoaster of drama this week on Strictly Come dancing as Danny John-Jules was voted off. This has caused a lot of speculation on social media to whether the voting was fixed and I couldn’t help feel that Charles and Karen had somehow got swept up in this as the judges scored them highly for their Charleston. Were they trying to save them from the dance-off? Did it really deserve a 9 from 3 judges?