Strictly’s Nikita Kuzmin baffled as Layton Williams teases pair ‘being lovers’

Strictly’s Nikita Kuzmin baffled as Layton Williams teases pair ‘being lovers’


Strictly’s Layton Willams teases ‘potential lovers’ after first dance

Strictly Come Dancing’s Layton Williams left his dance partner Nikita Kuzmin stunned on Tuesday morning when he referred to their recent dance as being “lovers”.

Layton and Nikkita joined ITV talk show host Lorraine Kelly to discuss their first live show and teased what was to come for their next dance.

Speaking about his first experience of the show and how he felt about their first dance, Layton said: “Strictly-fy me, throw it at me!

“Yeah, anything, and I think the great thing as well is we get to kind of play. So last week we were giving… What were we giving?” Shaking his shoulders: “All of that.”

Nikita agreed: “It was very sexy, it was a sexy one!” And it left Layton to imply: “Sexy, potential lovers… Teasing.”

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Shocked by the description of the dance, Nikita quipped: “Potential lovers? Oh, I didn’t know that! Oi… Don’t be silly.”

Speaking on what they were going to be dancing this week, Layton teased: “But this week we are being bros, switching it up, 1920s.”

Curious, Lorraine asked: “Can you tell us what you are doing this week?” To which Nikita revealed: “The quickstep, Putting on the Ritz.”

On Saturday, Nikita and Layton performed the Samba to Touch by Little Mix and left the judges impressed with their week one effort.

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Anton Du Beke noted that Layton was a “magnificent dancer” and despite having previous dancing experience, he tackled the “hardest Latin dance” well.

Craig Revel Horwood agreed with Anton and admitted he needed to work on his legs and feet positioning, but was left impressed with his “amazing” flexibility.

Shirley Ballas expressed: “When you came out on your own, your flexibility, your fluidity and the salesmanship you can do when you dance is second to none.

“Even in my world, this would go down a real treat. It is exactly as Anton said, you could focus on getting some quality downstairs, more leg action, but you were phenomenal.”

Upstairs with Claudia Winkleman, the pair scored 29 in total, with Motsi Mabuse giving them an eight.

Strictly Come Dancing airs Saturday from 6.20pm on BBC One, followed by the results show on Sunday from 7.15pm on BBC One.

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