Strictly’s AJ will be ‘unbeatable’ once the star has complete faith in Kai.
Last night, the stars of STRICTLY COME DANCING performed their second routine of the season. Despite finishing in the bottom two last week, Sara and Aljaz received good marks from the judges this week, but who seemed most confident in winning? The legendary show Strictly Come Dancing has returned to British television screens for its 19th season. Although some couples are already favorites to win, who appeared to be the most confident on the dance floor last night? Last night, viewers were treated to a few shocks, the most notable of which was Sara Davies and Alja Skorjanec’s foxtrot, which judge Craig Revel-Harewood praised as “simply fantastic.”
With 34 points, Sara tied with Tilly Ramsay for the best marks of the week.
As a result, the pair’s Week One score was more than doubled.
AJ Odudu, on the other hand, came out on top, thanks to her points from last week and this week.
Last night, AJ and professional partner Kai Widdrington collected 31 points, giving the presenter a total of 65 points.
Is it possible for AJ and Kai to make it to the final?
Body language is one of the most important aspects of communication Judi James agrees. Last night, she studied the couples’ body language to determine how confident they appeared.
“Week Two of Strictly always brings the first true confidence crisis of the series, and after some terrible judges’ scores in Week One, numerous celebs must have needed the crash cart to restore their egos before this week’s performance,” she remarked.
“Funnily enough, the celebs with the least to lose in Week Two seem to be the most confident.”
“Being at the bottom in Week One relieves a lot of pressure, which is likely one of the reasons Sara and Aljaz did so well this time.”
Judi, on the other hand, thinks AJ and Kai will win the talent show. “If anyone looks like they realize they have a strong chance of winning the event, it’s the magnificent AJ,” she remarked.
“Her body language suggests the perfect blend of confidence: not only does she look like she knows what she’s doing out there on the floor, but she also looks as like she cares enough about the competition to work hard but not so much that she enables jitters.”