Strictly Come Dancing 2012: Bruno Tonioli wants ‘one hip wonder’ Michael Vaughan to ‘swing both ways’
Michael Vaughan admitted that he was worried about his samba before he took to the Strictly Come Dancing dancefloor this evening.
The cricket star generally struggles with the Latin dances more than he does the ballroom ones and this week he has put in hours and ours more training as he tried to perfect the fast paced routine.
He admitted on It Takes Two last night that he was giving it his best shot and explained:
“This week we are dancing the Samba. Latin is obviously the type of dance I have to work a little bit harder at.”
He and Natalie shone for us when they performed this evening but Craig Revel Horwood wasn’t such a big fan.
He insisted that while it wasn’t ‘completely dreadful’ and it was only ‘slightly awkward,’ he didn’t enjoy it very much at all.
Darcey Bussell disagreed and thought the ‘improvement was outstanding.’ She also enjoyed the content and praised the pair’s hard work.
Len Goodman said Michael ‘never lets his right hip know what his left hip is doing’. However he enjoyed the content and moves and ended saying ‘it wasn’t that bad, well done for having a go.’
Bruno Tonioli said Michael was a ‘one hip wonder’ and said he has to ‘swing both ways darling.’ The audience were suitably amused.
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