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'Made a mistake' Ricky Wilson addresses concerns as he 'slurs words' while 'drunk' at gig
Tony Adams bids farewell amid fury over Ellie Simmonds' Strictly exitHe went on to say he was "doing everything that is necessary" for him "not to let it happen again and will continue to do so".Gig attendee Fran took to Twitter to brand his performance a "s**t show" as she accused Ricky of being "absolutely wasted".Karoline also questioned Ricky's alcohol intake as she referred to the show as the "worst gig attended to date".Lady Lilith was one of many fans concerned for Ricky's wellbeing, as she tweeted: "Yo, @KaiserChiefs any chance we could get some sort of explanation for last night?"Is @Rickontour okay? Because what in the hell was that?"Jono commented: "Really sad to see the tweets about the Kaiser Chiefs last night at the O2. Hope Ricky Wilson is OK."In 2019, Ricky referred to drinking on tour as a "weird hobby" which took his mind off things. He told The Guardian: "I’d be, like, I’m away for three weeks, I’ll get through this by not really noticing.Jools Holland caught totally naked backstage by guest Courtney Love [REVEALED]Michael Douglas looks frail as he continues to show off new red hair [PICTURED]Donny Osmond's embrace with lookalike sister after family split [LATEST]"And as long as I can do my job properly, everything will be all right.”When asked how bad his drinking habit was, he added: "On a personal level, I think it was bad.“Enough to want to stop.
BBC's Nick Knowles divides fans as he defends Tony Adams after controversial Strictly exit
The Twitter user penned: “What bravery, taking on both Red Bull/Max fans and daring to question the integrity of Strictly. Who next?“Just don't point out the flaws in Bake off (filmed in summer but they make Pru and Paul wear thick coats for the Halloween bit).”Retweeting the response, Nick defended himself, reiterating that the show was not only about being a good dancer.Nick wrote: “I’m not questioning its integrity at all - I’m just saying it’s an entertainment show.“People seem to be getting very upset the best dancers aren’t necessarily getting through but if it was a dancing competition only then it would be full of only professional dancers.”Earlier today, Nick logged onto the social media platform again to urge people against sending Tony nasty comments.Nick penned: “Can I just point out to all of you getting your knickers in a twist & saying unpleasant things about #TonyAdams or his dancing @bbcstrictly“He’s brave enough to try, lives in my village, is a lovely guy AND has family & kids & maybe u might think about them before you tweet?” (sic)But despite the controversy, Tony shared an emotional farewell to Ellie in an Instagram post shared on Sunday.He shared a picture of the pair sharing a hug after they had performed their dances with their respective couples. Following the news of her exit, he wrote: “Ellie Simmonds is THE most remarkable woman I have ever met.“What an honour to share a Strictly dance floor.
'Not for me' James Jordan says Fleur East can be 'way too much' as he reviews Salsa dance
James Jordan has said Fleur East can be "way too much" on Strictly Come Dancing as he claimed there was a lack of traditional Salsa in her performance this evening.The former Strictly professional shares his thoughts on the dancing duos every week on Twitter and he doesn't hold back on his honesty.Critiquing Fleur and Vito's latest dance, he tweeted: "She definitely has the power and energy but sometimes for me way too much."Also hardly any traditional salsa - too much twerking and hip hop steps instead of earthy basics."I still feel she could be great but not for me tonight."The dancer went on to wish Fleur a Happy Birthday and also scored her a seven out of 10.David Hasselhoff, 70, flaunts age-defying appearance at series eventIn a follow-up post, he said he believes the singer, Ellie Simmonds or/and James Bye could be in this weekend's dance-off.Despite James' comments, Fleur scored a respectable 32 out of 40 points for her efforts by the judges.Head judge Shirley Ballas said of her moves: "Well our birthday girl, it had a reminiscence of the Cha Cha Cha, it had rhythm. Moving forward I would like to see a little bit more finesse, a little bit more grace but there is no disputing your power."Craig Revel Horwood added: "It was just a little bit messy for me."There's no elegance, it's got to be really smooth," but also said it was a "powerful" performance.Anton Du Beke told Fleur: "I love that on the edge energy, but you have to be ice like in the mind or it goes too far.That was on the cusp.
Strictly Come Dancing fans slam 'new low' for BBC show with 'ridiculous' theme
Strictly viewers have slated a dentist scene in Ellie Simmonds' dance, with one calling it a "low point" for the show.Ellie and her pro partner Nikita Kuzmin took to the dancefloor to Shanice track I Love Your Smile in Saturday's show.As their performance got under way, they acted out a little scene where Nikita was in the dentist's chair.READ MORE: Strictly beauties who stripped naked - Tess Daly, Gemma Atkinson and Kym MarshHowever, many viewers were unimpressed and said it was "ridiculous"."Putting a 'dentist' theme to 'I Love Your Smile' by Shanice, is just a bit TOO literal for me!!" one tweeted, while another said the scene was "pointless"."What was the point of the dentist chair?!" someone else asked.Another viewer posted: "A DENTIST office??? Why? Who comes up with these themes."One said: "Did anyone else get really confused about the theme of Ellie and Nikita’s dance, thinking it was dentist themed? I only realised it was about smiling at the very end."Someone else remarked: "Shoehorning in a trip to the dentist because the music is I love your smile is a low point, even for #strictly!"Several fans of the BBC show said they would rather see the celebs just get on and dance and ditch the little themed scenes."Can’t we get rid of the farms, airlines, dentist surgeries etc and just stick to dancing?" asked one."They waste so much on this ridiculous stuff it’s amazing they find time to learn the dance."But others said they rather enjoyed those moments.For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.One commented on Twitter: "I’m obsessed with the random props and sets that the #strictly couples use for less than 2 seconds of their dances and then just