Former Strictly Come Dancing star James Jordan addressed Will Mellor’s “forgettable” dance on Saturday night time. Based on James, the EastEnders actor, 46, might have “peaked too early” as he was not glad together with his newest output.
James stated: “There have been choose moments in his routine that I did assume had been wonderful, however I am unhappy to say it was such a forgettable efficiency.
“I like Will and I nonetheless really feel he has much more to supply as a result of we noticed what he did in Week One – however possibly he peaked too early.”
The skilled dancer went on to elucidate his concern about Will having the ability to get to the ultimate with out placing out a formidable efficiency.
Admitting he anticipated Will to be within the backside two, James stated Will may need to carry out a dance as memorable as his Week One jive, which noticed him prime the leaderboard.
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James stated: “I did, and I fear about that as a result of I feel that dance significantly suited him and it was so spectacular for the primary week.
“I’m simply undecided if we’ll see Will within the ultimate except he delivers one other ‘Week One’ second someday quickly,” James added to Hey! journal.
Will just lately opened up about how his father’s demise motivated him to go on Strictly and “create reminiscences”.
Showing on This Morning final week, Will mentioned his journey on the BBC contest with dance companion Nancy Xu.
“I’m going to say sure to extra issues and I’m simply going to seize life and run with it, and do it in his title.”
Will defined his father’s demise has “actually modified” his outlook on life.
He additionally opened up about wanting to assist his mom take care of her grief by his Strictly routines every week as he hopes to stay within the competitors for so long as potential.
“For my mum, she misplaced my dad, her brother-in-law and her sister-in-law in a single yr, and it was such a troublesome time for us all,” Will added.