Fans of Strictly’s Mollie King and AJ Pritchard are ‘gutted’ that the span won’t be going on the show’s live debate and are have announced that they will be angry to the BBC.
It was announced on Thursday that the rumoured lovebirds – who set tongues wagging by holding hands in their latest photo – won’t be appearing on the stirring live tour.
Now fans are observant they are positively ‘gutted’ that the Saturdays thespian won’t be joining the rest of the Strictly Come Dancing squad – and Mollie has favourite a set of tweets which pronounced their ostracism ‘made no sense’, suggesting the decision was not her own.
Posting underneath a photo Mollie posted on Instagram from training with AJ, one fan wrote: ‘Gutted you aren’t doing the tour. Did you have other commitments? If not, we am going to complain as this is not fair!’
Another wrote: ‘Mollie you should be on the debate gutted for you both x (sic).’
One fan called Mollie and AJ ‘the many popular’ couple on the show: ‘it just seems bizarre that the many renouned couple isn’t on the debate that’s all. we consternation how many people are selling their tickets now.’
And it sounds like Mollie is as confused as the show’s fans as she favourite a garland of tweets from fans who pronounced that the span not being enclosed ‘makes no sense’ and that her dancing ‘has desirous a nation’.
The 4 finalists – Debbie McGee, Alexandra Burke, Joe McFadden and Gemma Atkinson, as good as quarter-finalist Davood Ghadami – have reliable they are joining Jonnie Peacock and Susan Calman on the tour.
‘I’m going to be on the tour, but Mollie isn’t unfortunately,’ AJ told OK!
‘I trust I’m just going to be doing some dancing with my veteran partner Chloe.
‘I’m really vehement to be travelling the country, and behaving in these illusory areas.’
A orator for the Strictly live debate has been contacted by Metro.co.uk for comment.
The Strictly Come Dancing final kicks off on Saturday on BBC One at 6.30pm.