This was quite the Bizarro World Strictly, with a sadly absent Nicola and Katya, Motsi joining Bruno in Zoom purgatory, and Anton du Beke finally wearing the producers down and getting his shot at judging – the equivalent of a small child pleading for ice cream repeatedly during a six-hour drive. Yes, fine, don’t spill it everywhere, don’t wreck the show, and let’s all try to ignore the fact that Anton critiquing someone else’s Latin is surely one of the signs of the apocalypse. Along with, you know, the plague.
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