Ruth Langsford doesn't think she is improving on SCD

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 31 October 2017
Ruth Langsford

Ruth Langsford

Ruth Langsford has admitted she doesn't think she is improving each week on 'Strictly Come Dancing' because each week she needs to learn a new dance

Ruth Langsford never feels like she is "improving" on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.

The 57-year-old TV presenter is taking part in the current series of the BBC ballroom and latin dance competition with her partner Anton Du Beke, but she recently admitted every Monday she feels like she is "back to a beginner" again.

Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Tuesday (31.10.17), she said: "I love it but people keep saying to me: 'Oh you are really improving.' But I never feel I am because every Monday, like yesterday, I started my new dance paso doble and you're just back to being a beginner every single Monday. And you know to be honest, most Saturdays I don't 100 per cent know my dance on that floor. I really don't."

On Saturday, Debbie McGee topped the 'Strictly Come Dancing' leaderboard with a chilling Charleston during the show's Halloween week.

The 58-year-old star and her dance partner Giovanni Pernice wowed the judges - Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood, Darcey Bussell and Bruno Tonioli - with their impressive dance to Sister Sledge's 'Frankie', receiving perfect 10s from three of the judges and a fantastic nine from Craig.

Shirley loved the performance so much that she offered Debbie her Queen of Latin crown.

She told her: "I'm going to give you my Queen of Latin crown. I loved everything. You were brilliant."

Last weekend, TV presenter and chef Simon Rimmer and his professional partner Karen Clifton were booted out of the competition on Sunday night (29.10.17) after a spooktacular dance-off against Mollie King and AJ Pritchard.

Simon and Karen took to the floor once again to perform their Viennese Waltz to 'Delilah' but it failed to impress the judges and they opted to save Mollie King and AJ, who danced a Cha Cha to 'Better The Devil You Know'.

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