James Jordan wants Strictly judge shake-up
James Jordan has called for 'Strictly Come Dancing' producers to shake up the judging line-up because he believes the show needs more panellists with ballroom experience.
James Jordan has slammed 'Strictly Come Dancing' producers and called for a change in the judging line-up.
The professional dancer believes the current panel - made up of Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, Craig Revel Horwood and Darcey Bussell - needs a shake up and he wants to see more judges with ballroom dancing experience.
He wrote on Twitter: "Maybe instead of always looking to change the amazing pro dancers. I think it's about time they have more judges from the ballroom world!"
"It's the best show on TV!
However, get the leader board right and then let the public decide.Then u can accept it
James appeared to be frustrated at seeing his wife, fellow professional dancer Ola Jordan, exit the show with her partner, 'Hollyoaks' hunk Ashley Taylor Dawson, last night after they fell victim to the show's Swingathon, which sees the panellists judge the contestants as they compete side by side for the first time in the competition.
He tweeted: "The swingathon was great fun... But do you think it should be able to change the Leaderboard so much....?
3 seconds to look at each couple!
"Love how the judges say its down to the public.... lol
Nothing to do with moving them from 3rd place to 5th place. mmmmm (sic)"
James and his partner Vanessa Feltz made it to the third week of this year's 'Strictly' series before being voted out.