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'One of those mornings' Strictly's Hamza Yassin frustrated after wardrobe malfunction
Hamza Yassin, 32, who has swapped the outdoors for the ballroom was filmed by professional dancing partner Jowita Przystal, 28, looking rather glum after he found out that he had put on odd dancing shoes.Shared with her 64,500 Instagram followers, the video saw Hamza sitting down in the rehearsal room looking rather annoyed over the wardrobe blip.Explaining to the camera “it is one of those mornings,” the wildlife photographer explained that he came across the problem when brushing his shoes.He told the camera: “I came to brush this shoe, absolutely fine,” demonstrating the action to the camera.“I came to brush this shoe, something’s wrong,” Hamza continued, changing feet.“It’s got a plastic sole.“I have been wearing two different shoes for most of the morning.”Huffing about his school-boy error Hamza added that he thought something was “wrong with me” after he could only get grip with one foot.He continued to say: “I’m getting grip on one foot more than the other.“Now I understand why.”“It is just one of those days.Start again shall we?” Hamza finished.Having already performed well in the competition so far, always being near the top of the leaderboard, Hamza’s wardrobe malfunction is a small setback in their training for week seven of the competition.However, when appearing on a recent episode of It Takes Two, Hamza revealed fears about his upcoming Cha Cha Cha, which he will perform on Saturday night.Dancing to I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) by the Four Tops on the next week of Strictly Come Dancing, Hamza did not seem too thrilled with the routine.Speaking with It Takes Two host Janette Manrara he shared: “I can't wait to be smiling but I must admit the Cha Cha Cha makes no sense.“The rhythm is out, the
Strictly blow as lovers Kai and Nadiya snub the professional dancers tour to do their own one
STRICTLY Come Dancing fans have a big decision to make - as real-life pro couple Kai Widdrington and Nadiya Bychkova swerve the official tour for their own show.  Both theatre tours hit the road next year, with Kai and Nadiya making the most of their fairytale romance with an 11-date titled Once Upon A Time from late March until the beginning of May.  However, this is a direct clash with rehearsals and initial performances of the official Strictly Come Dancing: The Professionals tour, which starts at Hull Bonus arena on May 2nd.  It will continue to cover the whole of the UK, including a three-day stint at the London Palladium, before finishing at Liverpool’s M&S Bank Arena on May 30th.  As a result, they won’t be able to make it, proving a knock for both fans and the show itself, seeing as they are two of Strictly’s most prominent professional dancers.  Dianne Buswell, Vito Coppola, Carlos Gu, Karen Hauer, Neil Jones, Nikita Kuzmin, Gorka Marquez, Luba Mushtuk, Jowita Przystal and Nancy Xu have all been confirmed to perform in the upcoming 31-date official show.  Nadiya and Kai went public with their romance earlier this year, following Nadiya’s split from footballer fianceé ​Matija Škarabot ​in 2021.  When taking part in the Strictly tour last year, Kai was first spotted comforting her. After initially keeping their relationship a secret, they are now regular faces on red carpets including the Black Adam premiere in September, and frequently jet off on romantic holidays together.
Strictly's Hamza Yassin says 'thank you for everything' as he opens up on BBC exit
Strictly Come Dancing recruit Hamza Yassin spoken out about his time on the BBC One dance competition, admitting he was convinced he would leave the show on Sunday night.During Monday’s instalment of Strictly: It Takes Two, the Countryfile star and his dance partner Jowita Przystal shared their feelings on how they felt their performance went during Movie Week.On Saturday night, the dancing duo performed an impressive Rhumba to the Jurassic Park theme tune, however their routine failed to wow the judges as they found themselves at the bottom end of the leader board.READ MORE: Anton du Beke to replace Bruno Tonioli on Strictly tour after becoming permanent judgeAs they caught up with the former X Factor star on the purple couch, Rylan asked if he had prepared a “farewell speech” ahead of the results show.It was fair to say viewers were left speechless by the results on Sunday night as hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman announced Fleur East and Richie Anderson would be performing in the dreaded dance-off.And no one was more surprised than the beloved wildlife guru, who admitted on the show that he was sure he would be leaving the show after three weeks of bliss.The TV host asked: “Was there a moment on that results show where you thought, ‘I’m going to go home’?”To which Hamza confessed: “Yes definitely. As everyone else gets called and they’re safe and they’re safe, and it was me and Richie.“I leaned over to Jowita and I was like, ‘Thank you for everything’.