On Wednesday’s instalment of Good Morning Britain, hosts Richard Madeley and Susanna Reid spoke to Strictly Come Dancing stars Hamza Yassin and Jowita Przystał. The dancing duo touched on their most up-to-date routine which put them firmly at the highest of the leaderboard. Nonetheless, they revealed they’ve a special code during their routines which helps keep them in time.
The wildlife cameraman and Strictly skilled spoke to the 2 ITV hosts about their fast-paced Salsa that fans got to see on Saturday night.
Despite the fast steps and fast tempo, Hamza revealed that while they’re on the dancefloor, he and Jowita are at all times talking to at least one one other to get the right movements.
Talking to Richard, Hamza said: “There’s constant communication while we’re dancing. You would possibly not at all times hear it.”
When Richard questioned if that was through the live shows, Hamza agreed saying they must for them to have the option to maintain in time.
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Jowita then added: “We’ve a code because sometimes the names are only too long to say so we get shortcuts like a sushi roll!”
The wildlife cameraman then confessed that it’s not at all times words which are being said but sometimes they use noises to maintain in time.
He said: “Since it happens in training like that, on the day that’s what normally comes out.”
His Strictly partner told the Good Morning Britain hosts that it helps as Richard commented it’s just like a script.
Once he finished his performance, he was awarded a powerful 39 after receiving 10s from three of the judges.
As he was just one point away from the highest mark, Hamza and Jowita are currently top of the leaderboard.
Although close behind is former X Factor star Fleur East who received a mark of 38 with Vito Coppola for his or her Argentine Tango.
On the opposite end of the leaderboard actor Will Mellor and Nancy Xu, who got a complete of 23, at the moment are in last place following the departure of Matt Goss.