ITV Media playing at games of sex abuse victims

ITV Media playing at games of sex abuse victims

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Does media involvement taint the severity and seriousness of situations for an over-sensualised story to rebuild their brand reputation? The answer is a categorical yes. The use of charity to boost their flagging brands while trying to seem sincere with a caring tone of ‘charity’ to add the false facade is paramount to continuing the levels of exploitation.

Such a serious issue is any form of paedophilia, which many continue to misunderstand, dismiss or rally troops in a full on hate mob with no sense or communication to tackling such an issue. Nothing will ever change by empty words or angry mobs taking over. This isn’t about the cheap excuse of “conversation” either as the vigilantes might try to complain of.

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Their must be a level of controlled debate, action and support. That comes from society, past victims looking to move forward and authorative sectors looking to improve claims and lives of those affected, most namely, the police forces.

For years, Britain has lived on a hotbed of abuse, scandal, cover up and exploitation. When a case is opened the media jump on the bandwagon to desensitise the issue with tacky, biased and juvenile ‘reporting’ that clouds the issue, continues victims to fall silent and allow abusers free reign to survive justice.

Most recently, we have seen the obsessively immoral television station ITV, a channel broadcasting no programmes of interest and full of blatant bias of tepid proportions, making an attempt to use sex abuse victims to rebuild its dying brand. Adding a level of fake sympathy for company standing, ITV has continued to abuse the abused victims with a false fabrication of genuine care and complicity.

Using most of its TV show platforms with biased talking of issues has desensitised the issues which continue to cause victims to see the level of inaccuracy and failed communication between bosses in suits to real humans. Words and clever scripting to seem ‘on your side’ will be anything but. Victims live a life of reclusive introverts that TV and media shows turn an issue into a ragtime freebie of air time to look good and get investments. Add the label of charity is another exemplary tactic to deter, confuse and once more exploit. So it is legitimate to argue then, that places like ITV and media sources are the new age abusers of the abused.

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ITV’s investors profits.

These loopholes can be opened to allow perpetrators to slip through the net via such distorted distraction and victims will be further victimised. No justice, depth of conversation and failed communication to understand their plight has many knock on effects. The legal hounding process in court, suicidal increase at distorted conversations missing the point and abusers smug in the knowledge of literally getting off with light punishments all by TV station wanting to ‘talk about it’ further alienate all it supposedly claims it tries to help.

Places like ITV are vigilant in their conceited efforts to convince themselves that they are doing something right when they are simply obnoxious bosses who believe because they have the power to put it out on the airwaves, they will. Anyone who disagrees can be shrugged off because ITV have no morals or ethical dimensions that show they can do what they want.

The levels of insensitivity, complacency and sheer attitude of what they want to talk about has and continues to shut out real stories, conversations and fuller details of disclosure. ITV want to ‘look good’ and get some company attention. Then the clever usage of caring people on their shows, like Loose Women, who on Thursday 02nd December, handled the conversation very well. This, however cannot excuse the policies and tactics of the backroom stooges who plan to see and abuse further with their soulless directions of unprofessionalism. Even the headlines are pathetically put together by some juvenile random who thinks they can be clever and smart with big words.

ITV have a negative and abusive attitude that if you don’t agree with them they take offence in a childish manner and go on a vindictively childish spell to do it anyway just to be silly. There is no coincidence that it has become the worst TV station in Britain by these childish actions and it’s so called output bosses completely clueless and doing things for ratings and attention only. Once again the most important to the case/s are forgotten. All for ITV’s ‘big I am’ mentality using innocent victims for demographics.

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Recently ITV have been using all demographics for sympathy with disingenuous tactics including gay culture, black and ethnic communities, Jews, Women and the like to continue its bureaucratic checklist of people than actually issues and cases. This has rendered ITV the most disgraced channel of recent time. All to make TV and increase advertising profit. Shameless PR stunts.

A day earlier we also tweeted about how the abuse scandal from footballers is now going to open a wider level of abuse including teachers, scouts, swimming clubs and coaches. We don’t say this for attention as we are in tune with people, but straight away ITV seized the chance to turn the drama into a charity using farce with its “Never too late to tell campaign” which continues to zap the momentum, conversation and victims’ intelligence to come forward as such a juvenile showcase of TV chatter for the sake of it has recoiled them into a darker place of obscurity. They cannot comprehend exposing to the public their stories when no one can handle it correctly or with any level of decency. Taste is not on ITV’s menu.

Upon reading this we will like receive more trolls complaining. But this is not about you and it isn’t about the shameless media using victims for stories and money making schemes. The last time we spoke out against ITV’s poor management style, we received a calculated level of abuse and nasty, vicious comments, clearly from someone who works at ITV, hiding behind a blank profile. Such is ITV’s caring and genuine nature that their first response is to abuse.

We do not argue and complain of juvenile bitching, we do our job and represent the right things out there. Of course as a result of this every institution copies what we say and do and then turns it into their own farce to try and be new and exclusive with stories while making a complete joke and unprofessional mess of it all.

The Sun newspaper has also been thoroughly guilty of misuse and self complacency doing ‘what they want’ ‘cos they can in a childish context which helps no one. Their latest farce of a charity is yet another example of the grave failings of Rupert Murdoch’s pitiful ‘journalists’ and PR men creating lunacy that distorts people’s willingness to speak out. Yet they try to complain that free speech is curtailed when they don’t get their own way after a slur of daily abuse on multiple targets. So called ‘Editor in Chief’ (Which is a title that does not exist in the UK) Tony Gallagher, a former kitchen porter, has been highly instrumental in tabloid gossip rag failings on his own blinded misdirection of what is. What is what? Exactly.

ITV and The Sun playing with the abused is not a novelty. Too many emotional choices and misdirected chatter for the sake of it helps no-one. None will come forward to such tacky and empty reporting where none of their cases will be taking seriously, and f any of them actually cared they would review their policies, but of course, they won’t, because they want the attention.

And that is why the hotbed of paedophilia in Britain is paramount and will continue to surge. The mentality of this behaviour will only further continue on to decades ahead of us, because some silly nitwit at one of these places jumps up with a pitiful ‘brainwave’ that offers a huge slap in the face to all victims and continues the UK’s disgusting levels of abuse, where no one gains closure, respect, dignity or justice.

Upon writing this, more of this conversation will be used, fancy words and detail copied, and further alienation of those it is most necessary to hear and protect. All for air time and column inches.

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ITV Bubbles

We don’t write for you, we write for the victims who will hopefully speak out at their own pace to help others suffering or potentially at risk of further instances that can b the start of reforming this age old level of abuse.

All abuse starts in the home, and the government, who want to shamelessly believe everyone lives a ‘happy home’ life with parents etc who have neglected any support of people well aged into their 30’s and beyond prove the greatest disgrace to the greatest levels of abuse, courtesy, in large parts, of the UK.

It is time to move forward not behind. But the government are busy burying their own paedophilia scandal in efforts to not make ‘the establishment’ look bad. Always the same, look after yourself, never anyone else.

Will anything ever change this way?

Those that are blamed or abused are the ones who often speak the truth.

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Who should get a UK honour after Rio Olympics 2016? (If at all)

Who should get a UK honour after Rio Olympics 2016? (If at all)

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After one of Britain’s most successful Olympics to date (with some questionable entries) many are naturally losing their clarity over whether some of them should be given honours from the British Empire.

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On the double. Trott and Kenny grab golds.

After rows following David Cameron’s exit from number 10 Downing Street with a number of honours reflecting cronyism rewarding his useless pals and his wife’s stylist (seriously) more lunatics have jumped in.

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The man who truly hatred Britain. Totalitarian Cameron, The world’s worst ‘leader’ ever.

No more so than the desperation of The Sun newspaper, edited by Tony Gallagher, a no-life virgin with big ears from national propaganda channel The Telegraph when sacked. His band of brothers at the red top tabloid gutter press, full of sleaze, non stories and personal opinion has been highly questionable on the basis of journalism. It isn’t and we all know it. Seems they themselves, do not.

Another numpty Steve Hawkes, a hatchet job writer with no fact and all personal cheerleading “demands” along with The Sun that some of our Rio 2016 Olympians get honours from new Prime Minister Theresa May. Hilarious.

These ‘Olympians’ have no honour and are average Joe’s who have been handpicked to the ‘prawn cocktail brigade’ of elite clubs because the won a medal in a chance opportunity.
Being an Olympian is meant to be about being a sportsman, overall. The moment national propaganda rears its ugly head to distort the entire political, journalistic and social juncture is a constant recipe for disaster.

Why Theresa May, who is already struggling to make her mark as the unelected bureaucrat who lost faith for failing to veto Cameron’s crony honours disgrace, would sully her reputation over some “demand” from a gutter press hack is amazing.

Mrs. May must not be the caving rock that crumbles to fandom convention. Since when was she The Sun’s b*tch, anyway? A leader does not follow.

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Trinket. What an OBE looks like.

On the ‘newspaper’s side of things, The Sun has always been questionable journalism since its new stance of the last four years with untalented caretaker journalists thinking they are good enough. Proprietor Rupert Murdoch is dumb enough to think it can work. Murdoch has lost his edge on figuring out how to sell papers and have a level of media respect, all lost by recent headlines full of sleaze, vulgarity and opinionated drivel.

If any, there are only a handful who deserve honours and not so great, either. Everyone loses their mind when the Olympics comes along and a moment of cheerleading jamboree for Olympic winners will further discredit the honours system as well as Britain as a nation. These people really have done nothing except participate in games as sportsmen.

The lunacy does not reward the people it intended to and is therefore a broken system.

The only way to retain credibility is to really value and accept those who do make extraordinary feats. The days of climbing Mount Everest, Sailing around the world or achieving something monumental in societal communities often forgotten has created more ‘enemies’ of the British Establishment than it has ‘honoured’ and is there hogwash.
These equivalents of benefit handouts with a broken elite will further alienate the public from the establishment and divide the honours lineage filled with crony’s.

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Pants, calendars and media attention = failure.

Even failed diver Tom Daley is being put up by the press for an OBE. The token gay man in skimpy pants who finished in last place failing to qualify in the men’s 10m diving board proves that rewarding failure with high accolades continues the prawn cocktail brigade of elite club nobodies undeserving of recognition.

Not to mention the honour will also add more intensified, unnecessary pressure on the athletes in sport and generally to live up to such roles as young and developing ‘role models’ for others.

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The end result is clear. Should Theresa May lose her mind and cave in it will undermine her, her next four years as unelected follower, the British Establishment, the honours system and society at large. Theresa May claims she will reward all those deserving of honours but has failed to honour the most obvious of people doing good for the country. So every time an Olympian wins something, they are going to get some random trinket from Britain which proves they have never done anything to earn it, not to mention being funded by the National Lottery players in secret as a secret con job?

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Most are more obsessed with being media personalities and seeking famedom with the outdated press. This is no honour. Not to mention national treason from the press for abandoning their position and infiltrating the honours system breaking journalistic and moral code. They are not allowed to be instigating or influencing these establishment and political decisions. Back in the day they would be locked up in the Tower. They should be reprimanded by Mrs May. she has much to do, and falling silent on such issues will only hammer her reputation further. She has a chance to prove she can sort out Britain’s mess and is currently flagging in the wind.

If any, the only people (Olympians) deserving of Knightoods are as follows :-.

Laura Trott (MBE)
Jason Kenny (MBE)
Jade Jones (MBE)
Mo Farah (CBE)
Jessica Ennis-Hill (CBE)
Adam Peaty (MBE)
Jonny Brownlee (OBE)
Adam Brownlee (OBE)
Bradley Wiggins (Sir)
Nicola Adams (MBE)

Christine Ohuruogu (CBE)

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5 Point Plan for New Tory PM/Leader

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Theresa May looks like the front running favourite to become the new Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative (Tory) Party after the demise of the dictatorial evil of failed totalitarian destroyer David Cameron.

Though Mrs. May comes with much baggage with lots of questionable motions and agendas, even if she does talk a good game.

Here, we allude to five key points Mrs May MUST clarify to the public and its members if she not only wants to win nominations but also retain credibility in her Prime Ministerial run.

Of course, all her opponents can also pledge such to win, but it is crucial that they adhere to these points through and never backtrack on a damaging political choice of deception.

FIVE KEY-POINT PLAN

1) Clarify her position on the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) and remain in the court despite a British Exit (Brexit) from the European Union.

2) Clarify the already clast iron agreement that there will be no more budget cuts to the Welfare budget until 2020.

3) Housing Priority with adequate space for those in severe need (Not just pregnancy or immigrants) inclusive of mental health, disabilities and so forth and house them. Increasing Housing Benefit will also suffice as cuts make it impossible to rent anywhere for UK citizens without any support whatsoever.

4) No Snooping on law abiding citizens for political means or nosey hatred who have done nothing wrong but are outspoken or have disagreeing political views.

5) No position at all in cabinet for David Cameron and his evil, totalitarian hatred that has destroyed democracy and the United Kingdom in all principals but picking on the poor, vulnerable and bullying those unable to afford legal representation while tampering with the courts illegally, which should be revoked.

Adhering to these key points will help to stabilise Britain back to its Greatest values and respect the people who have become so disenfranchised with the political spectrum and cast away into the shades of poverty by the corrupt evils of David Cameron. Britain was great before him and died in his tenure. It is time to get our democracy back from the dictatorial hatred one man has caused which has broken Britain completely for a foreseeable future.

EXTRA POINTS

These are extra’s that are not fully essential but should also be highly considered for a fairer society and less problems to bring Britain back to the world power it once was.

  • Father’s Rights. This includes naming the Father of born child through female birth via intercourse, surrogacy or IVF outright, without chasing courts with a legal document.
  • Protection and funding support for small, and start up businesses.
  • Faster Broadband at no extra cost and holding rip off price plans of providers to account.
  • Increase to welfare claimants in higher need of support who cannot work and have issues conflicting with cost of living and societal problems.
  • Decrease or abolition in rip-off surrogacy costs for single men, women or same sex couples.
  • Gay Rights
  • Prosecution of Fraudulent individuals who have been left to roam free by police who fail to chase up reports as well as companies who fail to support and liaise on people’s needs, instead burying such claims. These include offline more than online as offline does it more than on.
  • Banning of zero hours contracts.
  • Living Wage Upheld.
  • Apprenticeship abuses of non-payment scrapped.
  • Special Priority for talented and aging individuals forgotten able to contribute to economy in Creative Industries such as Journalism, Media, Television and Arts with ‘top jobs’ outside of demographic beuaracary.
  • Royal Charter on televisiual production practices including BBC and ITV abuses.
  • New OFCOM bosses who will actually investigate complaints and not shove under carpets because they cannot be bothered to do their job which is highly paid for and represents society, in hindsight.
  • No ‘quick-fix’ ‘fag-packet’ legislation where unnecessary to entrap ordinary citizens and should instead be implemented on minimal basis to outlandish, abusing companies mistreating their ethos.

Following these may just give Britain the launch it needs to move past social mobility barriers and make it the world power and cultural society it was once respected for. This is the only way to make Britain great again, not some cheap PR slogan by a dictating evil, corrupt, vindictive rich breaker of all democracy.

 

Strictly Come Dancing 2015: Week 5, The Results

Strictly Come Dancing 2015:
Week 5, The Results

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After going to the Strictly Seaside of the past with some sweetness but not a tuft of Taffy insight, the first set of results are given by host Tess Daly. Dancing again next week, in no particular order, are – Helen and Aljaz. Also returning are – Carol and Pasha, Jay and Aliona, Jeremy and Karen and Anita and Gleb.

The first in the dance off will be Jamelia and Tristan.

The second set of results were later revealed in no particular order. Back again are – Kellie and Kevin, Peter and Janette, Georgia and Giovanni, Kirsty and Brendan and Katie and Anton leaving Ainsley and Natalie in the dance off.

Rock legend Bryan Adams provided some musical entertainment with another great performance of his new single Brand New Day.

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Len’s Lens is on so it’s time to fill your teacups for three minutes as Claudia chats with the judges about Saturday’s dances in more detail.

The dance off

Jamelia and Tristan

Foxtrot

Because You Loved Me – Celine Dion

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Much better, smoother and graceful with less stumbles, but is it enough at this stage? Definately better second time around ut shouldn’t get to that stage. Must let self go fuller and have connection with Tristan and voters. Polished performance.

Ainsley and Natalie

Jive

Shake, Rattle and Roll – Bill Haley and The Comets

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Sweeter, cool and fun. Very entertaining but probably best to leave on a high now. Such a shame as very good and learning. Would have been fang-tastic next week at Halloween. Great number to go out on though.

Jamelia should stay. Tough call though.

The Judge’s Vote

If there is a tie, leading judge Len will casting the deciding vote who to save.

Craig – Danced best on the night. Jamelia and Tristan.

Darcey – Jamelia and Tristan.

Bruno – Jamelia and Tristan.

Len – I was in agreement.

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Ainsley was thoroughly entertaining with such spice and learning all the way. Sad that the granny votes have sent him away but great fun and a loving chap. Will be sorely missed on the dancefloor.

Ainsley – Judges are spot on. (Thanked Natalie tremdously)

Natalie – Loveliest Man. Such a gentleman.

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Strictly Come Dancing 2015: Week 5

Strictly Come Dancing 2015:
Week 5

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Back are the regular hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman with the four judges Craig, Darcey, Len and Bruno. FalseFabs will once again score in brackets with honest, accurate and non over-marking lunacy in brackets.

The fabulous orchestra of Dave Arch are providing the live music as great as ever.

Georgia and Giovanni

Salsa

You Make Me feel (Mighty Real) – Sylvester

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Flat start with a good beat lost. Giovanni trying to encourage movement which is tad clumsy. Cheap lift for show only after lacking buzz. No hips. Bad spin transitions and weak sluttisim relied on with boobs twirling on the spot. Disgusting. One dimensional lads vote attempt won’t save her forever and lacks real class. No actual skill and ruined chances to give it some wellie. Lost opportunity.

Len – Terrific routine.

Bruno – You are a gorgeous little scrumpet. Didn’t know where to look. Lifts incredibly ambitious.

Craig – Thought legs little bit uncontrolled. Little bit wobbly. Outward-ness is poor. Could see every lift coming. Make it freeflow dance.

Darcey – It was all there. (Are the teeth grinding? How much they paying you?)

7, 8, 8, 8 (6)

Carol and Pasha

Viennese Waltz

I’ve Been Loving You Too Long – Seal

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Slow entering dance at start. Very walking on the spot and not yet into hold too long being lost. ried but was so weak and poor at moving around here and there a bit with no speed. Tepid. Lacking any oomph or skill. May look elegant and try charm offensive but utterly weak and empty.

Bruno – Tried a lot of content. Romance of a cleaning session. Participate. Kind of blandish. Come on Week 5. (Bout time you spoke some sense.)

Craig – That was nasty Bruno. Arms never quite reached destination. Much safer in hold. Can see some light.

Len – You’ve had no dance training whatsoever. (Yeah, but it’s Week 5 now. That was a week 2-3 performance. Unacceptable when NO improvement at all. Don’t lose your mind, please.)

4, 6, 6, 5 (4)

Anita and Gleb

Tango

Sweet Disposition – Temper Trap

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Strong start with personality and style. Good into hold but bit slow to get going. Good side steps in hold down aisle but looking too intense in face. Good back swivel kicks and smooth and classy glide circle before end well. Another compact performance but needs to boost connection, lose inhibitions and sex appeal to grow further as a pair.

Craig – Really loved. Sharp, focused. Loved it.

Darcey – Unusual Star Trek contemporary feel. Impressive. You’ve got the others fighting for a place.

Len – Liked the darkness of it. Clean. Very, very good.

Bruno – Queen of the Klingons! Loved the arrogance. Played with disdain. I liked that. Withheld aggression. Whose gonna win? You did very well.

8, 8, 8, 8 (8)

Peter and Janette

Rumba

Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran

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Good sway frame at start. Not too overdone and slow build up works for them but needs bit more something there if doing that. Good posture and arms but not very leading of Peter as man must always lead a Rumba. Could use more that sappy, loved up charmer this week. Usually good and decent form but lacked something missing. Always tough for male celeb’s. Not tonight’s dance.

Darcey – I believe you have a lot more to give. Still very good Rumba. Difficult.

Len – Realise how difficult for male celebrities it really can be. I thought you pitched it pretty damn good. Little bit more fluidity through footwork.

Bruno – Love your commitment to character. Give everything you got. Continuous motion. Have to caress it.

Craig – Lack a certain resistance and pressure on floor. Think that’s what everyone is getting at. Loved way you presented it. (Gives props to Janette.)

7, 7, 8, 7 (7)

Kirsty and Brendan

Viennese Waltz

This Year’s Love – David Gray

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Bit awkward on first spin into hold. shouldn’t have started at top of stairs. Too long and awkward getting down them. Awkward hobbles on the floor in hold. Tender spins but cameraman focusing on Kirsty’s face and not feet to cover up lies on feet. Feet together but clumsy on next spin transition. Very bumpy footwise and quite limp as a dance despite effort. Tried but off.

Len – Took longer to get down them stairs than me on one leg and a cruthch. When you got fdown you pulled it off big time. (Pfft.)

Craig – Actually dancing tonight., that’s one fgood thing. Shoulder up, little softer hands.

Darcey – I know how dizzy you became. Well done.

(Crank up the bu**s**t-ometer.)

7, 7, 8, 7 (6)

Ainsley and Natalie

Jive

Shake, Rattle and Roll – Bill Haley and the Comets

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To train ANt gave Ains a light reaction device. Should have done the dance mat. 🙂 Good character in th Striclty cafe., more like a diner. Really good back hold shaking at start. Enjoying the dance but bit limp in hands. Need bit more refinement. Really good partnership with Natalie once more in light, fluffy and tasty routine. Great fun but needed more speed and technique to be a full on Jive. Always another difficult dance for a male celeb.

Bruno – You make me laugh. You were trying really to keep on time.

Craig – Does need to be more technical at this point. Everything haphazard.

Darcey – If you can be slightly cleaner and crisper.

Len – Bit shake, rattle and roll and a bit Shake ‘n’ Vac. (It’s all you have to do!!) Fun, rhythm, entertainment.

4, 6, 6, 5 (5)

Jamelia and Tristan

Foxtrot

Because You Loved Me – Celine Dion

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Princess Jamelia leaves the horse carriage to join Tristan in a tender start with good arms, frame and grace. Feet bit slow and worrying. Great musicality. Strong spins with Tristan and Jamelia’s bums sticking out. Would like more connection between the two than just Tristan leading to show off their partnership more. Play to that strength to be more powerful. Dishy Tristan proposes over a tea set.

Craig – End went horribly wrong. Need to bring feet together at least once.

Darcey – Beautiful feel, held on to top line. Lost confidence. Great improvement in ballroom.

Len – More comfortable with Latin. Uptight in Ballroom. Not all bad.

Bruno – Very pleasant. Went wrong. Don’t just stop.

5, 7, 7, 7 (6)

Katie and Anton

Salsa

It Had Better Be Tonight – Michael Buble

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Anton channels the Man from Del Monte this week. Good start with Katie rubbing his leg from behind with hers. strong shimmy and personality. Good work arounds with speedy, style and passion. Great music fits the dance and their rhythm. Smooth and cheeky with a real dance aptitude. Great lifts and ending spin in Anton’s arms longways out. FAB-U-LOUS! Lose inhibitions more., feel fully comfortable with Anton and dance. Forget whose watching and go for it.

Darcey – Just messy in places, sadly. Latin isn’t your strength. (Well at least she disagreed with something for once, built was wrong-ish about some of it.)

Len – Gotta get your bum in this.

Bruno – Work on grounding it. (Swivel’s hips)

Craig – Little bit sticky in places. Falling out of turns. Right about hip action. No Figure 8 whatsoever. Basic. Sadly was just a shimmy. Dreadful, dreadful Salsa. (It had something though, didn’t it?)

4, 6, 6, 5 (6)

Jeremy and Karen

Waltz

She – Elvis Costello

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Feet very slow and boring but controlled for what its worth. Okay drag of Karen pointing toe on ground along. Standing on the spot and not extending enough as Karen does it around him. Too rigid once again, but kept a cheap and stable performance to look good. Probably his best even though was cheaply hiding lacking technique. Why is it just so boring and mundane?

Bruno – A book that went out of publishing 50 years ago. Zombified grin in you. Didn’t drive it for me.

Craig – Shapeless, ploddy, gaping all over place. Looked like you were dragging a log. Series of still pictures for me.

Darcey – Absolutely charming.

3, 5, 6, 4 (3)

Helen and Aljaž

Quickstep

You Can’t Hurry Love – Diana Ross and The Supremes

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Dainty start with feet full focus for all to judge. Finally in hold getting speed going well. Good feet and sweet trots along. Fancy feet kicks out. Hoppy, sweet but needs more oomph. Bit too pretty and needed some rough and powerful parts to fully connect further. Go for it.

Craig – One word darling. FAB-U-LOUS! (Who knew?)

Darcey – Loved it.

Len – Little bit of gaping. Could have extended out top more. Right on track.

9, 9, 8, 9 (8)

Jay and Aliona

Paso Doble

It’s My Life – Bon Jovi

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Wrong music. Horrible start and stand on spot theatrics. Weak pull apart moments and like a mannequin in shop window posing with hands at sides with music timing. Lacked rhythm and lost fluidity. Felt more like a battle between the pair to grab and hold one another. Flings Aliona around floor for some cheap buzz. Failry empty as a dance and will be highly over-marked with BS. Producers are desperately trying to fix the show for the former dance trained student.

Craig – Could have had more menace. Great lines. Great dance.

Darcey – Best male arms I’ve seen from male celebrity. (Yeah….)

Len – Can’t agree. It was okay. They were good. Don’t make a thing about it everyone. Had your haircut and gone from strength to strength.

Bruno – Yeah! It was the bull’s BOLLOCKS!

Tess apologises for language as Len looks disgusted and Darcey holds her hands in her head. (All a load of bulls**t isn’t it?)

Jay is soo sexy. He should win. He’s sooo sexy. Let’s make a win out of a plain nobody that isn’t that sexy and can’t fully dance well, despite cheating with dance training and a fix from producers to win. Aliona did this a few years back with then stud Harry Judd and Matt Baker. Both were not seen as enlightening to Aliona’s credentials.

8, 9, 8, 8 (7) (It must be menopause week.)

Kellie and Kevin

Jive

One Way or Another – One Direction

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Wrong musicality. Can’t work a Jive on this tune. It shows. Kev waves a top secret newspaper around. Kellie takes time to come on and pick up a briefcase. They clap a bit. The hat and the sparkly dresses look terrible. The musicality did not work for the Jive and loose jumps all over the place. Messy stamps and very clunky. Looked like cabaret on heat. Watch out Liza! Unflattering and empty. Forgettable dance. Can you remember it and relay it right now? Nope. Are they taking the mick or just plain juvenile?

Bruno – Victory!

Craig – Bit more retraction in leg, but brilliant.

8, 9, 9, 9 (7) (What lunacy is this?! Juvenile Producers.)

That was it. The end has happened and voting begins.

As always we list the three who could be likely to leave, in no particular order, based on the performances.

Danger Zone

Katie, Ainsley and Carol

Results to follow.

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Strictly Come Dancing 2015: Week 4, The Results

Strictly Come Dancing 2015:
Week 4, The Results

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A cheesy, flat and outdated group dance of Girls Just Wanna Have Fun with Wild Boys made the girl and guy pro’s look so pathetic. We all know they can dance. With Neon Lights and sparkles that did not justify paying a Licence Fee. Cheap cocktails with Brendan were poor.

The first set of results are revealed by host Tess Daly. Making it through to next week, in no particular order, are – Peter and Janette. Joining them are Anita and Gleb, Jeremy and Karen, Katie and Anton and Ainsley and Natalie.

The first in the dance off are Daniel and Kristina.

The second set of results were later revealed in no particular order. Safe are – Helen and Aljaz, Kellie and Kevin, Georgia and Giovanni, Jamelia and Tristan, Jay and Aliona and Carol and Pasha leaving Kirsty and Brendan in the dance off.

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Music came from the talented but overlooked Voice mentor Will Young. Great to see good talent back on television.

Will Young

Len’s Lens was on to give us a chance to pop the kettle on. All sorts of nonsense were discussed with Claudia and the judges.

The dance off

Daniel and Kristina

American Smooth

Fly Me to the Moon – Frank Sinatra

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Off on a busman’s holiday? Missing a lot of oomph, buzz and connection. Cleaner but empty. No partnership despite effort from Daniel. Slow spins. Limp movement on floor.

Kirsty and Brendan

Paso Doble

Beautiful Day – U2

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Slow start. Limp arms. No passion. Wrong music. Circling only. Dancing around Brendan like a Totem Pole. No attack, character or Paso content. Pitiful and only just bearable because of Daniel’s failings.

The Judge’s Vote

If there is a tie lead judge Len will casting the deciding vote.

Craig – Kirsty and Brendan

Darcey – Kirsty and Brendan

Bruno – Less mistakes. Kirsty and Brendan

Len – I did agree.

Daniel O’Gonnell

O’Donnell left the show but gave praise to Kristina as the gentlemanly way he is. That could not be enough endorsement for the maneating nymphomaniac who gave no skill to this contest and allowed him to fail because he was “an old man” as she put it.

Kristina said he was “so easy to work with.” Easy when no-one says anything.

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Strictly Come Dancing 2015: Week 4, (Unofficial) 80’s Week

Strictly Come Dancing 2015,

Week 4: (Unofficial) 80’s Week

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This week is a glorious (or pitiful depending on how you look at it) attempt at recreating the (unofficial) 80’s magic, on the Strictly dancefloor. Flares, glitzy sequins and shaggy perms were all the rage back in the day and tonight Strictly, in pure comedy season, let us down once again. Cheap and tacky cocktails with sad interactions did not shine a glittering light on this series as yet.

Tess and Claudia return in what could only be described as Edward Scissorhands let loose on the wardrobe department. A loss of dress structure to look, err, different (?) certainly achieved it. Halloween Week is in two weeks.

Back are the four judges Craig, Darcey, Len and Bruno, along with FalseFabs, (in brackets), giving their honest and insightful critique online. We keep it real from the lunacy of over-marking that ruins the show entirely.

Dave Arch and his crew of singers and percussionist perfections are on hand to help Orchestra.

Anita and Gleb

Samba

Hips Don’t Lie – Shakira

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The first of the series for the Samba. Anita! Anita! Gleb is a groovy DJ this week as Anita gets some good wiggling sass on her shimmys. Fun filled dance and music set the mood. Feet were decent but a little lacking this week. Great attempt with lots of enthusiasm. Still a hot partnership, but needs to get more passionate together and lose confidence blockers.

Craig said it was a little stiff as Len noted it took some time to get started. Darcey felt Anita’s determination but was sidetracked by gorgeous Gleb. He has some interesting white trousers, which looked totally cool. He lost his shirt in the auditorium, nicknamed the Claudeatorium in honour of Claudia.

6, 7, 7, 7 (7)

Daniel and Kristina

American Smooth

Fly Me to The Moon – Frank Sinatra

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On the fourth week Kristina gave troubled Daniel a spot of cheap puns again. He’s now a pilot to fit the music piece. Lacking smoothness and attack. Dry and tepid. No action, weak arms and basic steps. Not good enough for this week’s standard. Should be much more improved than baby steps.

Darcey enjoyed the take-off and landing lifts. Who wouldn’t? (That’s sarcasm, if your guessing.)

5, 6, 6, 6 (3)

Kirsty and Brendan

Paso Doble

Beautiful Day – U2

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A modern Paso which lacked skill, style or passion. Blergh! Just as nauseatin as her dress colours. Kirsty attempts to try but her trying is simply trying, on us. No connectivity, no sharpness, no oomph. A wet lettuce strained to the ringer. Dull, useless and all over the place. Shoddy arms and all a bit choppy. Embarrassing.

Craig – As much shape as a broomstick. (Brendan is the knobs on, bit then? :o)

Len – Like paella. Tasty in places but not others.

4, 6, 6, 5 (3)

Georgia and Giovanni

Quickstep

Reach – S Club 7

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The disturbing relationship between these two with Lothario Giovanni fawning over bubblegum pop come sublime tart Georgia is somewhat distasteful. Regardless, their dance was weak. Too much skips which were off and footwork was adequate but not fantastic. Looked very amateurish. Too much based on vanity and looks than actual dancing to carry their votes loses their dance aptitude. Oh, and I do love how they listened to one tweet of ours. After commenting we would keep rival show X Factor’s ‘Italian with wings on’ tonight Giovanni, an Italian, is wearing wings!

Darcey was in typical gush mode. She said it was a dream to watch and lied through her teeth again. If this continues, then what is the actual point of her being on the show? To fancy ever cheap bloke thrown at her? Classy Darcey Len said last week. More like Tarty Darcey.

She added Georgia lost her shoulders.

Len said it was more drab than fab. So how can you constitute the mark you are about to give?

Craig said she needed to smile more. (Both are way too serious.)

Bruno blabbed about something which was not really translatable. Bruno and Giovanni, sitting in a tree… (I don’t think he is your ‘type’ Bruno and he would not hesitate to punch you down.)

7, 7, 9, 8 (6)

Jeremy and Karen

Jive

Splish Splash – Bobby Darin

scd 15 jeremy 5This was utterly horrendous. Jeremy looking like rigormortis on the floor with the pure definition of creep. It was disturbing and not dance thrills. It was scary, hobbling and clunky with feet, shoulders and lunges. Karen dressed up in rehearsals as a Fraggle. Ahhhhhhhhhhhhh! At least she did something good. Fraggle Rock. Though the incorporation in the dance ruins all the fun. He just as not, got, it. We are trying to see something good, but where is it?

Len said he was not the most consistent dancer but most fun.

Bruno reckoned it was artistic. Maybe you want to visit a museum with Caravaggio, Picasso or Michelangelo? Are you purposely taking the p*ss?

Craig said it was like watching a stork dancing being struck by lightning.

3, 6, 6, 5 (3)

Kellie and Kevin

Foxtrot

Dream a Little Dream – Mama Cass

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Kellie used her grandparents love story as inspiration in a touching tale on the floor tonight. Good posture, strong feet and decent frame. Strong partner in lovable Kevin helps connection further. A gorgeous routine and great content with moderate run through despite minor bits not being completely perfect. It is Week 5, so plenty to aim for. Has capability to do so but must get closer to Kevin and let go and feel the party spirit.

Bruno said it was nostalgic, like watching a documentary on BBC4. He meant it as a compliment but was lost on many of the audience who don’t know what that actually is. Nostalgic? Any old word will do now?

Craig said it was clean and confident.

8, 8, 8, 8 (8)

Jamelia and Tristan

Charleston

Straight Up – Paula Abdul

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Jamelia didn’t look too classy with her get up. Less ragtime more shagtime with a Pretty Woman / Julia Roberts wig on. Her dress wasn’t too grand. Ah well, here we go. Strong spins and turns from Jamelia but little dizzy coming out of them and has habit to lose herself from Tristan’s swift flings. Many might feel that way looking at him. Amazing lifts with classy feel and great rhythm.

Craig thought it was Jamelia’s dance.

Len added it was her best dance with knobs on. (Tristan looks better than Brendan at this point.)

Bruno said she was right on it, the ultimate flapper. (Thank goodness he didn’t mean fluffer.)

8, 8, 8, 8 (8)

Jay and Aliona

Quickstep

My Generation – The Who

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After last week’s seriously over-marked Jive which was only worth a seven, Jay has been put on a mega pedestal. It was revealed last week that Jay has had dance training and he choreographed routines for his defunct boyband. This week was horrible and really exposed how not great he actually is. Both start by running on the dance. Once in hold, used as protection, was basic. Strong gallops and patchy footwork did not look great. It was a total mess and completely collapsed in the middle to end. What a shambles. Such a good idea to mark high for producer’s ego’s to outdo the previous Jive of Jill Halfpenny, which is Strictly’s best ever.

Darcey could not lie anymore and said there were too many mistakes.

Len thought it was very fast and Jay’s brain could not handle the steps.

Bruno said his bum was sticking out.

Craig finished with too many mistakes.

5, 7, 6, 7 (4)

Carol and Pasha

Paso Doble

Espana Cani – Trad

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Where to begin. This was much better than all her previous non-dances, but used the Paso as an opportunity to cover up taking it easy. This far in the competition, Carol must deliver something. Her arms were too animated and limp. Lacked sharpness, but had some tension. Was still a dance on the spot thing, but moved a tad more than before. Better but still not good enough.

5, 6, 6, 5 (4)

Ainsley and Natalie

Waltz

What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

scd 15 ainsley 5After being saved last week, Ainsley proved his weight. An endearing, smooth and serene working across the floor in hold with Natalie. Grace, elegance and style. As a natural smiler, clear to see Ainsley enjoying the dance and feeling the Strictly bug. Beautiful.

Bruno said it needed more arm extension, but good intention.

Craig enjoyed the frame and posture but pointed out losing the end routine a tad.

Len added he lost his hold but had no mistakes and great footwork.

6, 7, 7, 6 (7)

Helen and Aljaz

Salsa

Doctor Beat – Miami Sound Machine

scd helen 5For training Aljaz takes her up the shard. Lucky her. Doctor Aljaz gets it going as Helen gets lots of splits and flicks in. Some of her knickers were flashed, but unlike others, kept it as a classy way to incorporate into the dance and keep feel. Lacked some finer content and could have used her body more with shakes and jhuzzh. Using her legs to advantage, where feet were well utilised.

Craig wanted to see Helen “earth the grind” (If you can figure out that one. We do. :D)

Darcey loved the list at the end and enjoyed Helen’s spicy side coming out.

Len wanted to have a knee replacement in their hospital.

Bruno said she was a saucy nurse.

8, 8, 8, 8 (8)

Peter and Janette

Tango

Blue Monday – New Order

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The pair stop playing cards and launch into a vibrant and freshly fast Tango. Lots of interesting thrusts and strong musicality. Giving it full enthusiasm and channeling dark but entertaining rhythm. Bags of style and smooth action. Janette doing another great job on content. Tight and tender.

Darcey loved Janette’s choreography. Had focus and belief she added.

Bruno said what Darcey said.

Craig felt it was dynamic and had real purpose. Exactly what was needed from a Tango.

8, 8, 8, 8 (8)

Katie and Anton

Viennese Waltz

If I Can Dream – Elvis Presley

scd 15 katie 5Anton truly does have a partner this year that is going along with him for the ride and not stumbling at the first block. Little stumbles and timing off in places but fantastic rotations throughout on every one. Really good and consistent. God content. Smooth grace. Anton is actually in a dance contest this year. He must be chuffed to bits.

Len said it was light and fluffy.

8, 8, 9, 8 (8)

So who might be likely to leave? As ever we list three who might be going based on their dances. Falling into the danger zone in no particular order, of course, are…

Danger Zone

Kirsty, Carol and Daniel

Results to follow.

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