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Strictly viewers convinced bosses ‘stepped in’ after Tony Adams stops show to make apology to Shirley Ballas

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STRICTLY Come Dancing viewers have been left convinced that Tony Adams was asked to apologise to Shirley Ballas. Fans flooded Twitter to suggest that show bosses had "stepped in" and asked the former footballer to say sorry to the head judge.

Strictly competitor Tony, 56, locked horns with judge Shirley, 62, last week after he slammed her for her "unfair scores". The sportsman hit out that the former professional dancer needed to "go home" following her critique of their Cha Cha Cha.

Shirley had some bolstering words and told him: "I love you dearly. Keep going because you're what the show is all about." However, when she scored him four points, Tony seemed to lose his cool as he was heard yelling: "Shirley, go home." READ MORE ON STRICTLYHORROR SHOW Strictly fans left 'confused' by James' routine as fans predict exit tonight'a disgrace' Strictly fix fears over secret plot to vote Tony Adams into the show final Last night, after performing his Argentine Tango and receiving high praise from Shirley, he gave a public apology.

He told host Claudia Winkleman after the scores were announced - racking up an impressive 31 - that he had a message for Shirley. "I've got to say to Shirley, I made a comment last week, I haven't got a clue - I'll accept a four and I'll accept an eight," Tony began. "I have got to apologise for my comment.

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