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Strictly’s Adam Peaty and Katya Jones  appear sombre after placing last on the leaderboard

Strictly’s Adam Peaty and Katya Jones appear sombre as they leave the studios – after placing last on the leaderboard with their Jive


Strictly Come Dancing‘s Adam Peaty and Katya Jones appeared sombre on Saturday night after placing last on the leaderboard with their Jive. 

The Olympic swimmer, 26, looked deep in thought as he put in his AirPods and masked up for the journey home. 

Meanwhile his professional partner, 32, distracted herself on her phone as she too acted in line with COVID guidelines by sporting a mask. 

Aftermath: Strictly’s Adam Peaty and Katya Jones appeared sombre as they left the studios – after placing last on the leaderboard with their Jive

Earlier on in the evening, they danced the Jive to Little Bitty Pretty One by Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers. 

The sportsman made several footwork mistakes during the routine – which was set in an American diner – that the judges picked up on.

Shirley said: ‘You had a beautiful postural stance, but you did make an error and that did make you hesitant to get those kicks up again.’ 

Sombre: Katya, 32, distracted herself on her phone as she too acted in line with COVID guidelines by sporting a mask

Sombre: Katya, 32, distracted herself on her phone as she too acted in line with COVID guidelines by sporting a mask

Stars: Earlier on in the evening, they danced the Jive to Little Bitty Pretty One by Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers

Stars: Earlier on in the evening, they danced the Jive to Little Bitty Pretty One by Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers

Judge Anton Du Beke, 55, was left red-faced after he made a cheeky reference to Adam’s manhood following the routine. 

Offering feedback, he said: ‘When you got going it was terrific, marvellous energy. You were up on your balls beautifully.’ 

He then stopped for a second in a moment of self-recognition to laugh at what he had said before carrying on with the judgement, while the audience giggled at the cheeky reference.

Hilarious: Judge Anton Du Beke , 55, was left red-faced after he made a cheeky reference to Adam's manhood following the routine

Hilarious: Judge Anton Du Beke , 55, was left red-faced after he made a cheeky reference to Adam’s manhood following the routine

Speechless: Offering feedback, he said: 'When you got going it was terrific, marvellous energy. You were up on your balls beautifully'

Speechless: Offering feedback, he said: ‘When you got going it was terrific, marvellous energy. You were up on your balls beautifully’ 

Fans of the show quickly took to social media to laugh at the professional dancer’s blunder, given the dancer was meant to be referencing the balls of Adam’s feet.

One wrote: ‘Only a few mins in and Anton’s complimenting Adam’s balls. Love this show!’

The pair then scored a mediocre 27 points for the dance, leaving them bottom of the board. 

'Love this show!' Fans of the show quickly took to social media to laugh at the professional dancer's blunder, given the dancer was meant to be referencing the balls of Adam's feet

‘Love this show!’ Fans of the show quickly took to social media to laugh at the professional dancer’s blunder, given the dancer was meant to be referencing the balls of Adam’s feet

Elsewhere on the show, AJ Odudu impressed the judges with her Charleston, and won an impressive 39 points – leaving her top of the leaderboard. 

She performed the dance to Don’t Bring Lulu by Dorothy Provine with dance partner Kai Widdrington and scored an incredible 39 after making it through to the half-point in the competition.   

Judges Shirley Ballas, Anton and Craig Revel Horwood  gave gushing feedback with hard-to-please Craig simply saying: ‘Amazing!’ after the performance.

Yay! Elsewhere on the show, AJ Odudu impressed the judges with her Charleston, and won an impressive 39 points - leaving her top of the leaderboard

Yay! Elsewhere on the show, AJ Odudu impressed the judges with her Charleston, and won an impressive 39 points – leaving her top of the leaderboard

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