After viewing Adam Peaty’s Strictly trousers, a BBC viewer begs for a ‘helpline.’
After seeing his trousers on week two of Strictly Come Dancing, a BBC viewer called for a “support helpline.” ADAM PEATY has responded.
Adam Peaty, 26, took to Instagram to share a special request for the BBC from a Strictly viewer.
Since the beginning of his Strictly journey, the Olympian has provided regular updates with admirers on social media.
He used Instagram earlier today to share a screen grab of a tweet written by a Strictly viewer that he appreciated.
“Is there a BBC support helpline for viewers affected by @adam peaty in those trousers?” MikeyCyrus tweeted.
To Adam’s comment, he simply added three laughing face emojis.
Other Olympic swimmers’ supporters turned to Twitter to express their displeasure with the clothing choice.
“The true winner was whomever got to get you into those trousers,” Kmitchpg stated.
“Catching up with last night’s strictly – s/o to Adam Peaty’s trousers for being all the way up his crack for the whole of his dance,” Staineve said.
“I couldn’t keep my gaze away from @adam peaty trousers,” Laurabarr39 said.
“We’re known as #TeamPeachy for a reason.”
“Were Adam Peaty’s trousers that tight on purpose?” Map Addict wondered.
“Just caught up on last night’s Strictly Come Dancing and they were all great,” Mar wootten admitted.
“I’ll be thinking about Adam Peaty’s a*** in those grey trousers for the rest of the day since Greg Wise is my unexpected crush.”
Adam and his professional partner Katya Jones danced the Quickstep last night.
The couple danced to Jet’s Are You Gonna Be My Girl on the dance floor.
Despite a few errors, they were able to finish with a score of 19.
Craig gave a 4 to Motsi, a 5 to Shirley, and a 5 to Anton.
Adam stated that his performance had been “difficult” when asked about it.
“Look at my face, that was rough,” he added “referring to the sweat flowing from his brow
Adam went on to say: “I’m trying to pursue my feet with the frame, but it’s quite difficult.
“My expression says, ‘OK, things are still going well, but I’ve just botched up ten steps.'”
“I’m competitive, and I want to do well,” he explained, “but I also want to have fun and remember this experience so that I can come back next week and be better.”