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A lot of people reckon the wrong person went home on last night's Dancing With The Stars

Tough call, in fairness.
Mar 11th 2019, 10:04 AM 7,642 1

(Spoilers ahead for last night’s Dancing With The Stars result…)

DANCING WITH THE Stars celebrated all things Eurovision for its quarter final this year, with performances from Johnny Logan and this year’s representative Sarah McTernan.

Johnny Ward, Cliona O’Hagan, Fred Cooke, Clelia Murphy and Mairead Ronan had two dances each this week to mark the occasion, as well as a big group number. Me nerves.

In the end, it came down to Fair City star Clelia and comedian Fred faced the dreaded dance off. Fred  was the first up with partner Giulia Dotta, dancing a super samba to Micky Joe Harte’s ‘We’ve Got The World Tonight’ with his pro-partner Giulia Dotta (minus the key change, sacrilege.)

Clelia and her partner Vitali Kozmin waltzed to Dana’s timeless Eurovision winner ‘All Kinds of Everything.’

Based on the dance off, judge Julian Benson voted to save Fred, saying he and Dotta “danced for their lives”.

Fellow Brian Redmond disagreed, saving Clelia based on her improvement. However, Loraine Barry had the deciding vote, opting to keep Fred in the competition.

Speaking about the elimination Clelia said: “ It’s been an absolutely fantastic experience…if anyone gets asked to do it – do it! I wanted to get it right for him (Vitali) as much as for me. These are friends for life. It’s a wonderful thing to be part of.” 

Seemingly, much of the internet was – and remains to be – up in arms over the result. 

Gearing up for the semi-finals though, there’s still plenty of people on Team Fred.

What do you reckon? Did the judges make the right call?


Poll Results:

Fred should have gone! (545)
Clelia was the right choice! (323)


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