Strictly Come Dancing: Viewers were confused over Debbie McGee’s latest routine [BBC]
The former magician’s assistant has been consistently scoring high scores week by week, leaving the judges suitably impressed.
However, despite the judges seeming to like the routine, Strictly Come Dancing viewers at home were not so keen.
Strictly fans were left baffled as to what the routine had to do with going to the opticians.
Strictly Come Dancing: Viewers were left questioning why Debbie McGee’s routine was set in an opticians [BBC]
Strictly Come Dancing: Debbie McGee and Giovanni Pernice Salsa did a Salsa to the song I Can’t Take My Eyes Off You [BBC]
Although the obvious reason was that the pair were dancing to the track I Can’t Take My Eyes Off You by Boys Town Gang, viewers still took to Twitter to air their confusion.
“What the hell does being at the opticians have to do with the salsa?! Debbeeeehhhh #Strictly,” questioned one viewer.
While another asked: “All very nice but what’s it got to do with opticians?”
A third tweeter remarked: “Why the need for the opticians set?! #Strictly.”
Strictly Come Dancing: Giovanni Pernice played along with the theme, but viewers were baffled [BBC]
“Because of course opticians and salsa go hand in hand #Strictly #SCD #StrictlyComeDancing #StrictlySpoiler,” came the response from a fourth.
With another ranting: “If someone could explain WHY this salsa is set in an opticians, that’d be great. #Strictly.”
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However, the theme of Debbie’s dance wasn’t the only thing to get viewers riled up.
Several people called out the judges for giving the blonde beauty such high marks, despite her making several mistakes during her routine.
Strictly Come Dancing: Viewers didn’t understand how Debbie McGee got such a great score despite making several mistakes [BBC]
Debbie and Giovanni managed to bag three 9’s and a third spot finish on the leaderboard, leaving viewers to believe she had been “over-marked.”
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturdays and Sundays on BBC One.