The 58-year-old Pink Dwarf star was booted off Strictly Come Dancing 2018 after his low-scoring Samba two weeks in the past, shedding within the dance off to Graeme Swann. 39. Former Strictly favorite Robin Windsor, 39, who was a part of the skilled line-up from 2010 till 2013, spoke out about Danny Jonh-Jules’ elimination in an interview with Categorical.co.uk, saying his dance coaching hampered his probabilities. “With Danny, an ex-dancer, I believe he discovered it very troublesome to let go of the coaching that he’s had previously, which made him a bit of bit stiff,” he mentioned.


“Whereas, Faye [Tozer], who’s had a bit of little bit of dance coaching, she’s been in a position to loosen up her physique.




“Ballroom is so completely different and you discover that you simply transfer as one throughout the dance ground,” he defined. “I believe Faye’s captured that and I believe that’s the place Danny form of missed it.”


Robin went on to disclose why dance coaching generally made it tougher for celebrities on Strictly 2018.


“While you study different dance types, you dance out of the ground numerous the time and you must be fairly inflexible,” he mentioned. “Whereas, in Ballroom, you’ve received to loosen up and go into the ground.


“Ballet dancers discover it essentially the most troublesome. Folks like Anita Dobson, who I needed to dance with, she discovered it very troublesome as a result of she’s a Shakespeare actress and he or she has to face up straight.


“So to have the ability to get her to loosen up and truly go into that maintain was an absolute nightmare as a result of they need to nearly undo issues that they’ve been skilled to do,” he added.


As regards to the place is all went flawed with Danny’s closing dance, the Samba, Robin mentioned: “All of it simply received a bit of bit inflexible for me; it was just a bit bit too stiff.




“That dance off with Graeme [Swann], Graeme simply managed to have these hips going.


“He’s an absolute delight to observe and I’m loving him on the present,” the dancer gushed.


Robin, who famously made it to the semi-finals of Strictly together with his movie star associate Lisa Riley, 42, in 2012, praised the usual of dancing on the present this 12 months, saying: “The usual this 12 months is so excessive, it’s actually anyone’s for the taking.”


Earlier this week, Robin wrapped up his farewell tour in his residence city of Ipswich, after revealing he’s retiring from performing.


On Sunday, The Final Dance tour formally involves an in depth with a star-studded charity present in London, that includes a number of acquainted faces from Strictly.


“I’m actually wanting ahead to it,” Robin mentioned. “I’m additionally very nervous about it as a result of I’ve received lots of people to organise and sound checks and get every little thing sorted.




“It’s going to be a really lengthy day but it surely’s most likely going to be one of many largest days of my life, I reckon.”


Alison Hammond, 43, who starred on the present again in 2014, Strictly 2016’s Chizzy Akudolu, 45, and former professional Vincent Simone, 39, will all be presenting in the course of the dance extravaganza.


Dancing, Robin additionally has his former Strictly associate Deborah Meaden, 59 and professional dancer Pasha Kovalev, 38.


The charity particular is in help of the Making A Distinction Belief, which sees the theatre business come collectively to lift funds and consciousness to work in direction of a phrase free from HIV and AIDS.


“I’ve labored with The MAD Belief for such a very long time, I assumed it was solely proper that I did it for them,” Robin mentioned.


Strictly Come Dancing continues tomorrow at 6.50pm on BBC One.


Tickets for Robin Windsor’s The Final Dance in help of The MAD Belief can be found right here.




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