Susan Calman Survives Strictly Come Dancing Vote

Bessie Dean
October 24, 2017

The Strictly Come Dancing 2017 stars are gearing up for a Halloween special this weekend. "Darcey was emotional, she looked really emotional, so I said 'Darcy - you're really horny, Shirley you're a legend, '" Brian revealed.

Brian then added he was joking when he apparently slammed the show's toilets, saying they needed £10's worth of bleach to clear up the smell.

The dramatic scenes were (unsurprisingly) cut from the pre-recorded episode which aired on Sunday evening, and a source told The Sun: 'No one knows where it came from and everyone was incredibly shocked, but luckily Darcey saw the amusing side of it'.

'Brian was on thin ice though because it would have been very easy to annoy everyone by hijacking the show like that'.

Speaking after the show, the amusing man told The Sun newspaper: "I don't regret what I said". According to a report in The Sun, the host of The Brian Conley Show made a dramatic exit by going on a freaky rant and making a lewd joke in footage edited out of Sunday's results show.

"Just to cheer her up, I said "Darcey, you're very horny", and of course everyone laughed and it was a bit of fun".

"But I said - if there's one thing I don't like, it's the toilets. It's one of the greatest shows". I said "I love this man", looking at Craig.

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Brian went on to take aim at the toilets in the studios, telling Christine he said: 'There's one place that really upsets me on this show... and it's the toilets.

Both couples then performed their routines again - Brian and Amy whipping out a Jive to Tom Jones' It's Not Unusual and Simon and Karen Charleston-ing their hearts out to Fit As a Fiddle (And Ready for Love) - before the judges delivered their final verdicts, with all three (fourth judge Bruno Tonioli being absent) choosing to save Simon and Karen.

Craig revealed that both had technical errors in their performances, but Simon was better overall, stating 'Well both couples actually made mistakes in that, one fell-over and then the other one blanked before they went into a back-drop so it made it a really, really hard choice'.

When casting the deciding vote, Darcey said: "This is incredibly hard with these two fabulous men and it's not easy at all to choose between them".

'But I am going to save the person who had a more finished performance'.

Meanwhile, the remaining 11 couples will be prepping for what may be the scariest Strictly instalment yet - the seriously spooky Hallowe'en special, which will air on BBC1 next Saturday.

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