Sorry Ann, but it's time for the last dance.
Until now, the axed dancers were little better than her, but Ann's remaining means good dancers, who have sweated and strained to perfect their dancing, will bite the dust.
Her paso doble resembled a desperate man dragging around a sack of Maris Pipers. Her Charleston was excruciating.
If it was a popularity contest she'd win hands down, but it's a dance competition. We love you, Ann, but not when you're so blinded by limelight that you breach a principle to which you've hitherto adhered, namely fair play.
LEAVE THE FLOOR Ann Widdecombe and Anton Du Beke are being saved by Strictly audiences at the expense of better celebrity dancers
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|Publication:||The Journal (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Nov 9, 2010|
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