The TV presenter and professional dancer Kai Widdrington landed bottom of the leaderboard on Saturday night
Strictly Come Dancing contestant AJ Odudu’s message to her dance partner after their latest routine has been revealed.
The TV presenter and professional dancer Kai Widdrington landed bottom of the leaderboard on Saturday night.
AJ and Kai only secured 28 points out of a possible 40 on the hit BBC One show after their paso doble to Game Of Survival by Ruelle.
The dancing couple dropped to the bottom of the pack after topping the leaderboard the previous week and consistently getting big scores throughout the competition to date.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood described their latest effort as ‘disappointing’ as AJ blamed a dress mishap that Strictly viewers could have blinked and missed.
The 33-year-old wore a stunning yellow dress for the performance but suffered a slip that was picked up by the judging panel.
It has now been revealed what AJ said to Kai as their routine came to an end.
“Well done,” Kai told his partner as AJ replied: “Sorry baby,” which was picked up by the dance contest’s hidden mics.
Every week Strictly releases a listen at what the couples are saying during their big routines on a Saturday night.
Kai replied: “It’s okay. Well done,” and the pair headed off to speak to host Tess Daly and get their comments from the four judges.
Elsewhere, Dan Walker and Nadiya Bychkova were heard having a pleasant conversation with each other before the pro dancer said: “Proud of you,” while John Whaite and Johannes Radebe were also getting into their characters.
Where are all the people? The parties about to start. Sangria for the table,” the former Great British Bake Off winner was saying during the start of his energetic samba to Acuyuye by DLG.
At the end of Amy Dowden and Tom Fletcher’s routine, Amy repeatedly old him their Viennese Waltz to Iris by The Goo Goo Dolls was ‘beautiful’ as the singer replied: “Thanks Amy.”
This weekend the remaining couples will return to the ballroom for the final special of the series.
It’s finally time for Musicals Week as viewers are set to be transported to the theatre with dances already confirmed to be from The Sound of Music and Frozen.