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21 October 2019 04:31

But Strictly viewers complained they could not hear Mabel singing as she was plagued by sound problems.

The video will start in 8 Cancel Click to play Tap to play Get the biggest Strictly Come Dancing stories by email Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid Email Strictly Come Dancing fans were angry with the entertainment during Sunday night's results show. After a sensational group performance, singer Mabel sang her sit single Don't Call Me Up. The 23-year-old singer belted out her hit track while professional dancers Dianne Buswell, Nancy Xu, AJ Pritchard and Gorka Marquez danced. But Strictly viewers complained they could not hear Mabel singing as she was plagued by sound problems. Lots of viewers complained that they could barely hear her voice - and took aim at the studio audience for loudly cheering and clapping. Strictly Come Dancing viewers took to Twitter to slam the sound quality.

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Strictly fans furious with audience as Mabel's performance is plagued by sound issues

One viewer said: "Was Mabel miming? Or did someone forget to turn her mic on? Or have I gone deaf?" "The sound for @Mabel on #strictly is terrible. You can barely hear her," added another. A third said: "I reallyhate it. @bbcstrictly when the audience claps and cheers for the dancers during the live singing performance! Could hardly hear #Mabel at times!" "I can't hear a word maybelle is singing her mic volume is too low," said a fourth. There was also some confusion over Mabel's controversial outfit choice. Some baffled fans were convinced she was actually wearing a dressing gown. Strictly viewers took to Twitter to question what Mabel was wearing during her performance. (Image: BBC) One viewer asked: "Is the lady singing on strictly wearing a dressing gown" Another added: "Is Mabel just wearing a dressing gown?" A third said: "I like that Mabel was relaxed enough to perform on national TV in her dressing gown." *Strictly Come Dancing air Saturdays and Sundays on BBC One