Strictlys Motsi Mabuse denies crazy fix conspiracies after Judi Love exit

Strictlys Motsi Mabuse denies crazy fix conspiracies after Judi Love exit


Motsi Mabuse, a judge on the hit BBC show Strictly Come Dancing, has denied claims the show's voting system is fixed.

The 40-year-old former dancer took to Twitter to dismiss the "crazy conspiracies" that fans reported after the Halloween shows on Saturday and Sunday evening.

The accusations came because of Motsi's comments about Judi Love and Adam Peaty's performances in the dance off.

She said: "I have to say that dance-off was really great, it was great to watch both couples dancing on the dancefloor.

"The decision was made for me and so I have to say that the couple that I will be saving is Adam and Katya."

By saying the decision was "made for me", Motsi has since come under fire from fans for accusations of cheating.

The dancing star agreed "100" per cent with a fan who wrote: "I'm sure @MOTSI_MABUSE will come to regret saying 'the decision was made for me… when she realises that some people will probably take that literally."

She added: "What was so obvious to me, because the mistakes were so clear! In times of some crazy conspiracy theories."

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This year's Halloween Strictly show was full of show-stopping moments.

Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden performed a thrilling tango to AC/DC's Highway to Hell and they dressed up as terrifying devils.

Fans enjoyed the questionable get-up of BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker who, along with his partner Nadiya Bychkova, dressed up as a giant lobster to dance their jive to B-52's hit track Rock Lobster.

The judges also wore incredible costumes which went down well with fans. Motsi wore glitter and latex horns to emulate Angelina Jolie's Maleficent.

Craig Revel Horwood dressed up as a terrifying mad hatter and Shirley Ballas recreated a look from Black Swan.

Most recent to join the judges' table was Anton Du Beke, who made the transition from being a professional dancer on the show to a judge this year.

He dressed as The Riddler, the fictional supervillain in DC Comics.

Presenters Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman disappointed fans by not getting dressed up.

They looked gorgeous and both wore all black, but fans couldn't help wanting the pair to get into the Halloween spirit.

Strictly Come Dancing 2021 airs on Saturday nights on BBC One, with results shows every Sunday. Strictly: It Takes Two airs on weeknights at 6.30pm on BBC Two.

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