Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas has said this year's 'standard is higher than normal' as she explained her high scores.The 61-year-old dance enthusiast appeared on This Morning on Thursday, where she was interviewed by show hosts Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.Asked about this year's Strictly series, which saw a ten given in week three, Shirley confirmed that "the standard is higher" this year.Phil asked: "You're not being overly generous this year.
Is it the fact that the standard is higher than normal?"She replied: "The standard is higher and I believe that I must score according to what I see. "So, if it deserves a ten, I'm giving. "It might be a three next week or a two and then people will be, 'ooh, the scores are.Read more on dailystar.co.uk