David Mitchell shares support for Robert Webb on ‘Strictly’

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“I thought it was fucking fabulous!”

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David Mitchell shares his support for Comedy Partner and peep Show Co-stars Robert Webb compete as the latter strictly Come Dancing.

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The Jeremy ‘Jays’ Usborne actor is taking part in the current series of BBC One dancing shows, appearing alongside the likes of McFly’s Tom Fletcher and BBC presenter Dan Walker – and it looks like Mitchell is following along on social media. Huh.

On the live show on Saturday (October 2), the actor wished his fellow cast members well, before later writing: “Well, I thought that was great!”


A week ago, Michelle shared her pride after Webb made her debut on the show, tweeting: “It was fantastic. I’m really proud of her.”

It also seems that the star is entering with strictness In general, posting even over the weekend: “For people with whom they are dancing about formally holding each other as in a tea dance, it is impossible to predict what the judges will say.

“If it feels a little soft, they often go crazy for it, and if it’s a little romantic or moving, they complain about ankles.”


Earlier this year Michelle and Webb talked Granthshala in the wake of the return of his sitcom Back and opened up about the future of their partnership.

“We’ve talked about other projects and other stuff is on the way – acting jobs and personal projects,” Webb explained.

“As far as I’m concerned, Michelle and Webb will be a concern until we’re both in our graves, even if we can’t really make anything else together. It’s like a book It hasn’t been closed or no page has been turned.”

Meanwhile, earlier this year Webb addressed her previous criticism of transgender charity Mermaids, saying a comment piece she endorsed in 2018 “made sense to me at the time”.

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