09 November 2019 22:34

Strictly Come Dancing Motsi Mabuse Darcey Bussell

Strictly's Emma Weymouth keeps "reliving" her final dance

Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse have consistently scored well with the judges and wowed viewers with both their ballroom and latin performances. But following a number of shock eliminations, including Catherine Tyldesley and Emma Weymouth, could the former Emmerdale star become a victim of his own success? On Friday's instalment of Strictly Come Dancing's spin-off It Takes Two, Rylan Clark-Neal and the celebrity panel discussed Kelvin's performances to date. Discussing how well Kelvin has performed so far, Roman claimed: "I think the geeza's a cheat." "Bold claim, bold claim," a stunned Rylan remarked. Read more: Strictly Come Dancing 2019: Anton Du Beke on what he thinks of Motsi Strictly Come Dancing 2019: Rylan was stunned to hear Kelvin be called a cheat Strictly Come Dancing 2019: Roman praised Kelvin's performances READ MORE James Martin Saturday Morning host stunned over Strictly star's jibe "Not in that sense," Roman explained.

star went on to praise Kelvin and Oti. He continued: "He's unbelievable, he's so so good, it's a like a cheat on a video game. Strictly Come Dancing 2019 stars Each year the Radio Times publishes a front cover that features four of the celebrities that remain in the competition. Now he has turned to dancing, competing in series 17 of Strictly Come Dancing with Katya Jones as his partner. As a BBC presenter, his salary is made public by the corporation every year. STRICTLY bosses have offered the show's stars extra security protection after admitting they are "petrified" someone is going to come to harm.

The Sun Online can reveal the Corporation is now working alongside a number of private security companies who can provide round the clock protection to stars. 5 Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas with her security guard Credit: Splash News Those taking part who want extra security are being offered it. BBC top brass have made the move amid a series of threats that have been issued to those taking part in Strictly 2019. Yesterday it emerged BBC presenter Mike Bushell had received a death threat. 5 Mike Bushell suffered a death threat New judge Motsi Mabuse and dancer Alex Lloyd have also received racist abuse since the show began.

And last month our sister paper the Sun on Sunday told how a sinister letter had been sent threatening a star of the show. 5 Gorka Marquez pictured for the first time after he was assaulted in the street in Blackpool Credit: Fame Flynet A show insider said: "Producers are really concerned about some of the threats being made against those taking part. "Producers are terrified that someone is eventually going to get seriously hurt which is why they are offering extra advice and support about security. "Contestants are being warned to be careful about what they post online and to not let people know what they are up and where they are. "It might seem like basic stuff but a lot of contestants on Strictly like to let fans know where they are and how they are doing.

5 Strictly will take extra security measures when the show returns to Blackpool Credit: Splash News most read in tv & showbiz Exclusive JUNGLE FEVER I'm A Celeb 2019 full line-up as Radio 1's Adele is revealed as final star GAYBO EULOGY Gay Byrne funeral erupts in applause as wife laughs after licence fee quip NO FEAR Gay Byrne's daughter reveals dad's last wishes after docs 'enabled extra memories' FINAL DAYS OUT Gay Byrne spent last few weeks having quiet pints with locals in city pubs NATION MOURNS A LEGEND Like the best Late Late Shows, Gay Byrne's send-off runs over time LATE LATE SPECIAL McCafferty denies any suggestion she was drunk when she interrupted show So extra measures are being put in place to make sure the episode goes off without anyone getting hurt and that everyone's safety is secured." The BBC tell The Sun Online: "Like any live TV show we take security incredibly seriously. For all the latest updates and gossip from tonight's show, stay tuned with our Strictly Come Dancing live blog. Strictly Come Dancing's Viscountess Emma Weymouth has revealed that she keeps "reliving every moment" of her final dance. Emma and her pro partner Aljaž Škorjanec were the latest couple to get eliminated from the BBC One show after losing to Mike Bushell and Katya Jones in the dance-off last weekend (November 3). "I'm very hard on myself so I keep reliving every moment of that last dance, she told The Daily Mail.

Related: Strictly's Emma Weymouth reacts to judges' "harsh" criticism after exit Related: Strictly Come Dancing pro Amy Dowden caught apologising to Karim Zeroual after their dance Emma has also discussed how she felt about the judges' comments on her samba routine which got her and Aljaz a score of 26. "I realise they [Strictly's organisers] have to make sure there's a variety of dances but to go out on the samba was..." she continued as she shook her head. "You know, the saddest thing was when Aljaz bowed to me after the judges' decision. Related: Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood calls the 'Strictly curse' a "blessing" Strictly Come Dancing 2019 continues tonight (November 9) at 6.50pm on BBC One. She exited the show after being in a dance-off with Mike Bushell. Viscountess Weymouth: Why I can't stop thinking about my last Strictly dance Viscountess Weymouth says she is still reliving her last Strictly dance. She and her pro partner Aljaz Skorjanec were booted off Strictly Come Dancing following a dance-off with Mike Bushell and Katya Jones. The Viscountess, 33, told the Daily Mail: "I'm very hard on myself so I keep reliving every moment of that last dance. "Partner, it's never the last dance." From the first curtsy to their final Samba, we've loved watching Viscountess @Emmaweymouth1 and @AljazSkorjanec's #Strictly journey. pic.twitter.com/ehI3DsF1ki — BBC Strictly ✨ (@bbcstrictly) November 3, 2019 The judges sparked some criticism for saving BBC sports presenter Bushell from the axe for a third time in the dance-off.