Strictly EPIC

It was a hootin’ and a hollerin’ final sponsored by Kleenex.

In the last analysis:

I’d like Sophie Ellis Bextor to be my son’s wife because she is so sweet. Although I hope I wouldn’t scare her.

I’d like Natalie Gunmede to be my boss because she’d surely be super-understanding about any sudden urges I had to throw a sickie.

I’d like Susanna Reid to shutthefookup and stop with the over emoting. It was the gushing like Niagara Falls that lost her votes.

I’d like Abbey Clancy to do my eyelashes for a big night out. And not to leave her husband for  Alijaz, easily the world’s most gorgeous man.

It was a finale turbo charged by girl power and, in the end, I would have been happy for any of them to win bar Susanna- she was beginning to proper creep me out. The Joker from Batman came to mind when she was doing that ‘I’m a lovely person, I am’ grin.

And I think I must be officially Strictly senile because when I saw the cast reunited I couldn’t remember ever seeing most of them dance.

Can’t wait already for  the wonderfulwonderful Dave Arch and his band,  crispy hair,  loadsa lip liner and plenty of bare chest in Strictly 2014.


4 comments to Strictly EPIC

  • Jan

    I’m strictly on a downer now it’s all over for another year. In the end I wanted Natalie to win because she really was fab-u-lous. But you can’t begrudge Abi. At least she made her Mum and Gran proud.

  • It’s funny how quickly you forget the contestants once they’ve been voted off! It really was an epic final, but I agree about Susanna and I’m glad she didn’t win in the end – though I didn’t really want Abby to win either. Or Natalie. And I wanted to see Sophie’s Charleston again. Other than that I loved it. And it wouldn’t have been the same without your expert and witty analysis. Roll on next year!

    Actually there’s a Christmas special to look forward to – about the only good thing on telly over the festive period.

  • Glenda Willis

    I really wanted Abbey to win. At the last minute I thought it would be Natalie and was quite shocked at the outcome – I was so pleased and even stayed up to watch the ‘red button’ twice. I turn over to ITV when Susanna is on BBC in the mornings. There is something really not nice about her.

    Boy, am I going to miss your Strictly blogs. You are a treasure and nobody can deny that. And so say all of us, and so say all of us, ectetera etcetera etcetera.

    My good wishes to you and your family for a wonderful Christmas and a very healthy new year. xxxxxx (one for each of you)

  • Thought Natalie the best dancer, but didn’t really mind who won; roll on the Christmas special!