Nina Wadia has claimed that she was given the boot first because of the harsh scoring of Craig Ravel Horwood’s Tango in the second week of Strictly Come Dancing.
talking to SunThe EastEnders actress, 52, returned to the show by criticizing its scoring methods and becoming confused by the fact that Judy Love could score seven when Craig called her dance a ‘technical disaster’ – while scoring her three. had gone.
He said: ‘If you have a competition, keep an even playing field. Give chance to all, or else at least mark accordingly.
Back Down: Nina Wadia Claims She Was Booted First Due To Craig Ravel Horwood’s Rigorous Scoring Of Tango In The Second Week Of Strictly Come Dancing
‘You can’t give three to someone like me when I’ve worked so hard and tried to do something technically difficult, as well as give a seven to someone else who’s made a seven mistake, because they can’t do it. seemed good to do.
‘I don’t understand the marking system at all. I don’t think the marking system makes sense. I thought, “Well, it’s only been two weeks, you know, you make a small mistake, you’re only human”
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Nina was shocked by how the judges marked the dances, and felt she wasn’t even used to the shiny world of Strictly before she was kicked out of the show.
Hypocrite: Speaking to The Sun, Nina returns to the show by criticizing her scoring method and is confused by the fact that Judy Love could score seven when Craig called her dance a ‘technical disaster’, but He was scored three.
In a week she was given samba, an extremely difficult dance that left her joking that the producers wanted her to quit the competition.
The dance she did in the first week got 24 points – which is respectable and left her and dance partner Neil Jones in the middle of the leader board.
She spoke with Emmy Day and Benji Potter about the incident on an Instagram Live, saying: ‘When we were told our first dance was samba I turned to Neil and I said, “Can they give me this contest? I don’t want to? They gave me the hardest dance to do first?”
Angry: He said: ‘If you have a competition, keep an even playing field. Give everyone a chance, or else at least mark it accordingly
‘ And he said, “Well, let’s prove them wrong and bring it up”. So we did, and now I love samba.’
But in the second week, after dancing the tango, she only got 18 points, Craig only gave her three points.
Craig criticized Nina on the show, saying: ‘The footwork was extremely ritual. I don’t think it was your dance, my dear.’
Nina thought her scoring was a bit harsh because she had made a mistake, but tried to keep her hope of the public vote.
Sad: Craig criticized Nina on the show, saying: ‘The footwork was extremely racy. I don’t think it was your dance, my love’
Her dance was then at the bottom of the leader board with Katie McGlynn and Gorka Marquez – who she faced in the dance-off.
Nina was further confused when Craig opted to keep Katie and Gorka in the competition, despite saying that all the moves were correct when he had the chance to do so again.
Anton du Beke was the only judge to place Nina and Neil in the competition, so he was eventually given the boot.
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