“It’s challenging,” Tilly Ramsay says after a “very emotional” day with Nikita Kuzmin.

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“It’s challenging,” Tilly Ramsay says after a “very emotional” day with Nikita Kuzmin.

‘It’s challenging,’ Tilly Ramsay says after a “very emotional” day with Nikita Kuzmin.

Strictly Come Dancing 2021 has proceeded to Week 10, but TILLY Ramsay’s forthcoming dance on Saturday’s program could be her most challenging yet.

Tilly Ramsay took to her official Instagram account on Wednesday after completing up the day’s preparations with her dancing partner Nikita Kuzmin.

The 20-year-old will perform a Samba to Dua Lipa’s popular tune Levitating this weekend.

Despite the fact that today was a very emotional day, I believe it was a nice day.

Nikita Kuzmin is a model and actress from Russia.

Tilly, on the other hand, reports that learning her upcoming dance has been anything but straightforward, and she has used the Instagram Story function to bring her followers up to date on her progress.

Before halting, she remarked, “So, gentlemen, Samba day three is ended.”

“It’s a difficult dance,” Nikita continued.

Despite the fact that today was a very emotional day, I believe it was a nice day.

“But there’s so much to do tomorrow, and we’re going to give it our all, aren’t we?” “But there’s so much to do tomorrow, and we’re going to give it our all, aren’t we?”

Tilly agreed before adding that it was ten o’clock and she was ready to go.

The judges gave Tilly a perfect 40 for her performance of Revolting from Matilda on last week’s Musical Week, which left fans baffled.

Given that Gordon Ramsay’s daughter had been in the dance-off for two weeks in a row, Strictly viewers were taken aback.

“There’s clearly some sort of Tilly fix going on; her worst performance tonight and she gets all 10s??!! WTF?” In response to Tilly’s score, one outraged fan, simone peter_, wrote.

“You can’t give a ten for making a mistake” (hashtag)

Another admirer, @Survivingin2020, wrote, “Strictly – you just brought a new meaning to the word ‘fix’ (hashtag)bbc1 (hashtag)strictly.”

After a report in the Daily Mail stated that the BBC was “poaching” Gordon away from ITV by keeping his daughter on the show, the BBC denied suggestions that the new series of the ballroom competition was rigged last week.

“There’s a feeling there’s some apparent favoritism going on here,” a source told the publication, “that they’re pushing Tilly to win, or at least get to the final, so they can nick her father.”

“Then there’s the issue of the all-male coupling, which is understandable.

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