Alexandra Burke bounced back from being in the bottom two with a ideal measure on Saturday night, and now she has even some-more reason to celebrate.
On Strictly: It Takes Two on Wednesday night, Zoe Ball reliable to 29-year-old Alexandra and partner Gorka Marquez that she’s perceived the many volume of 39s in Strictly history.
In Strictly Come Dancing 2017 so far, the X Factor leader has perceived 5 nearby ideal scores of 39.
She beats Harry Judd, Rachel Stevens and Chelsee Healey who held the record of 4 39s.
Which begs the question, if she receives another 39 in the final on Saturday night, will she kick her own record? Of march she will!
Speaking on It Takes Two, Zoe said: ‘Little fact for you now people, we know how you adore them. With a sum of five, you Alexandra have perceived the many 39s in Strictly history. It’s brilliant! It’s a fact, people.’
In a rather startling spin of events, Alexandra suggested that the series 5 is her propitious number. Who’d have suspicion it?
The record for the many 39s in Strictly was held by 3 contestants; Harry Judd, Chelsee Healey and Rachel Stevens, all of whom had warranted 4 lots of 39s.
Harry scored 39 4 times in 2011 with Aliona Vilani, the same year that Chelsee scored 39 4 times with Pasha Kovalev.
Before that, S Club 7 star Rachel held the record, scoring 39 4 times in 2008 with partner Vincent Simone.
Can’t trust we are in the FINALS!!! Thank you so much to every singular person who have upheld us and voted for us! we can’t wait for this weekend! So so so HAPPY!!! Smiling so much right now! @gorkamarquez1 – adore you so much!!! ❤️ https://t.co/oQP73gFg4M
— Alexandra Burke (@alexandramusic) Dec 10, 2017
It looks like things are on the up for Alexandra, after she done it by to this Saturday night’s Strictly finale.
After behaving a Salsa to Cece Peniston’s Finally with partner Gorka Marquez, Alexandra was left somewhat impressed after getting a ideal 40, with a startling 10 from Craig Revel Horwood.
Strictly: It Takes Two front 6.30pm Thursday night on BBC Two. The Strictly Come Dancing grand final front 6.30pm on Saturday night on BBC One.