Revealed: The Weird Things Strictly Couples Say On The Dancefloor

Strictly Come Dancing has released a video of the things the couples say to each other during their routines.

You might think that when the Strictly Come Dancing couples take to the floor, they’re too busy concentrating on getting their top lines and footwork right to be having a laugh with each other.

As it turns out, that’s not the case.

The BBC has released a new video revealing what the contestants are actually saying to one another during their performances – and it’s not just a case of them counting the steps.

In the clip, the dancers’ microphones are turned up, revealing Neil Jones telling partner Alex Scott about his favourite leg and randomly shouting “beans on toast”.

Strictly's Neil Jones and Alex Scott on the dancefloor
Strictly's Neil Jones and Alex Scott on the dancefloor
BBC

There’s also a lot of “woo”-ing, as well as a multitude of other random noises as they get into their routines.

Take a look in the video below, and make sure to have the sound on...

Last weekend saw James Cracknell become the first celebrity to leave the ballroom, after he landed in the dance off alongside David James.

And while David received the joint lowest score in Strictly history with just 10 points for his Paso Doble, the former England goalie was saved by the judges after showing the most improvement in the dance off.

This Saturday, the contestants will be heading to Hollywood for the show’s annual Movie Week special.

Fans are set for a rather unusual set of performances with some of the most random song choices in Strictly history – namely Will Bayley and Janette Manrara’s Paso Doble to the theme from Pokémon.

Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday at 7.10pm on BBC One, where hopefully the dancers’ microphones will now be left on at all times.

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