Strictly Come Dancing fans slam Tess Daly for patronising comments Please stop!

Strictly: Tess and Claudia introduce the show

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Hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman were back on Saturday night to host Strictly Come Dancing 2021. The programme saw the 15 celebrities take to the dancefloor for the first time in a bid to impress the judges. McFly star Tom Fletcher kicked off the show and got mixed reviews from the judges. He was quickly followed by Tilly Ramsay, who ended up making her mum, Tana cry after her stunning routine. However, throughout the live show, some viewers were left unimpressed by Tess’ interview technique with the contestants.

Many accused the presenter of being “patronising” towards the celebrities following their performances.

Mags penned: “#StrictlyComeDancing Please can someone give Tess a new script? I’m fed up having to mute her all the time.” (sic)

@hooray_k wrote: “#Strictly #StrictlyComeDancing #SCD Tess is patronising to a very high level. She treats most celebs like they are as thick as a whale sandwich.”

“OMG, she said it ‘awww, you’re little face’. No, no, no Tess. Please stop, it’s so patronising. #StrictlyComeDancing #BBCOne,” Jenny raged. (sic)

There will be no elimination during Saturday night’s programme, however bookmakers Gambling.com have already predicted who could be lifting the Glitterball Trophy and who will be the first star to go.

Greg Wise, who is married to actress Emma Thompson, is partnered with professional dancer, Karen Hauer.

According to the bookies, the 55-year-old is tipped to be the first celebrity to be eliminated from the competition.

EastEnders’ actress Rose Ayling-Ellis, who is partnered up with Giovanni Pernice, is also the bookmaker’s favourite to win the series, with CBBC star Rhys Stephenson close behind her.

More to follow…

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