Friday’s instalment of Strictly Come Dancing companion collection It Takes Two is all the time an hour lengthy, and as such, the Zoe Ball-presented present encompasses a “Friday panel” of celebrities and numerous segments not usually on the remainder of the week.

Tonight’s opening featured a mock-serious competitors between the panellists, however former contestant Alexandra Burke and TV puppet star Basil Brush grew to become the finalists.

Alexandra gave it her all to a soul basic, and swung her arms round dramatically.

Basil however, donned a vibrant pink feather boa and bought all the way down to a 90s dance hit on the BBC programme. 

Because the pair waited for his or her fates in anguish, Zoe, 47, switched to Shirley Ballas for the decision.

Sharing her emotions on the efficiency, Shirley clarify it was all all the way down to “timing”.

Sadly, Alexandra immediately thought the decide was speaking about her dance strikes on the present.

“As a result of nice timing, and class, I’m going to decide on Basil,” Shirley out of the blue declared.

Horrified, Alexandra’s jaw dropped virtually instantly, and the singer proceeded to fake she was going to cry.

On the opposite aspect of the display, a smug Basil declared: “Growth growth, roll titles!”

Additionally on the present, presenter Gethin Jones interviewed Stacey Dooley, Ashley Roberts, Faye Tozer and Lauren Steadman forward of this weekend’s performances.

Ashley spilled all on her expertise with the model new studio at Blackpool’s Tower Ballroom, however revealed she’s needed to have her costume tailored for her all-important Jive.

“Possibly the bounce will assist me within the Jive,” she reasoned, referring to the ballroom’s specifically bouncy flooring for dancers.

“However it’s slippery on the market,” the contestant shared. “So I would like a bit of additional rubber on these infants.”

Ashley additionally spilled all on her actions within the iconic English metropolis.

“I didn’t know using a donkey was what to do right here,” she admitted in response to Gethin’s joke in regards to the exercise.

“I’ll look out for that little donkey and I’ll give it a trip.”

Making her fellow contestants Lauren Steadman, Stacey Dooley and Faye Tozer giggle, Ashley then declared: “I used to be at a fish and chip store yesterday!”

Strictly Come Dancing continues tomorrow at 6.45pm on BBC one.

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