Strictly: Rylan Clarke tells off Kai Widdrington for his innuendo
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The Strictly Come Dancing star was a recent guest on the BBC competition’s spin-off show, It Takes Two. There Kai Widdrington was collared by host Rylan Clark for making a sly innuendo.
On Monday’s episode of It Takes Two, Kai joined Rylan to take part in the show’s competition, The Pro Challenge.
To be at the top of the leaderboard, the professional dancer had to perform the pat-a-cake and attempt to do as many as possible in 30 seconds.
However, just before viewers got to see how well he did, both Rylan and Kai were discussing how well he thought he did.
To which the professional said: “It’s blooming hard, that metal thing was getting bashed around the place.”
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Rylan was visibly taken aback by the remark and quipped: “It’s BBC Two Kai.”
After taking a look at his pat-a-cake attempts it was revealed Kai performed 34 spins in 30 seconds but was placed in second place under Neil Jones due to three disqualifications.
The professional confessed he was feeling “gutted” after losing out on the top spot by one point.
“I can’t have Neil Jones on top of me like that, that’s awful,” Kai joked.
Which led Rylan to add to the list of innuendos and make a witty remark: “Well, some wouldn’t mind it.”
On Saturday, fans watched as Kai and presenter AJ Odudu took to the Strictly dance floor to perform the Salsa, for a chance to continue to the semi-finals.
However, they found themselves sleeping on the leaderboard after disaster struck during their performance.
While they danced to Gloria Estefan’s Rhythm Is Gonna Get You, AJ ended up slapping Kai across the face with her thigh, instead of the cartwheel they intended to perform.
The horrid mishap resulted in the pair finding themselves at the bottom of the leaderboard for the first time.
The judges were also gutted the pair had fallen from their consistent top spot with Craig Revel Horwood calling the final lift a “complete dance disaster darling”.
While Anton Du Beke stated: “It went on and on and on, I was like please stop, I can’t bear it.”
Motsi Mabuse admitted it was a “powerful” performance but couldn’t ignore the fail and added: “Dammit, that ending killed me man. I was just like, ‘girl, come on! Stop the music guys!’.”
Shirley Ballas shared: “Like any quarter-final championship it takes nerves of steel and your ending went wrong. It was on its way to a 10, just unfortunate.”
However, AJ and Kai weren’t the only celebrities feeling the pressure as John and Johannes also suffered a major mishap.
During their take of the salsa, professional dancer Johannes ended up on the floor after their life also went wrong.
However the judges weren’t too upset, this included Craig Revel Horwood, who said: “I love it when it goes wrong.”
AJ and Kai had to face Dan Walker and professional partner Nadiya Bychkova for the dance-off and after AJ performed the lift perfectly, she was sent through to the next round.
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday on BBC One at 7:05 pm.
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