Skilled dancer Johannes Radebe tore up the dancefloor alongside his co-stars Gorka Marquez and Giovanni Pernice for a wonderful tribute to musical Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, which was hailed by followers as ‘one of the best opening dances’.
The Solar has since reported that 100 close-minded viewers took to the broadcasting watchdog to complain about the number.
Nevertheless, Craig, who is legendary for his straight-talking criticism, mentioned that the individuals who didn’t get pleasure from Saturday evening’s routine ought to have watched one other channel.
Showing on Tuesday’s instalment of Steph’s Packed Lunch, host Steph McGovern quizzed the choose in regards to the complaints.
Branding the complaints ‘insanity’, Craig instructed the host: ‘It’s a type of theatre. They’re artists, they’re dancers and they’re involving themselves in characters.
Craig has hit again on the criticism (Image: Channel 4)
The dance routine acquired Ofcom complaints (Image: BBC)
‘I used to be simply actually unhappy that I didn’t make an entrance, I used to be so jealous, I needed to be in there with an enormous blue emu on my head.’
‘I feel it’s mad to complain about one thing like that… Should you haven’t seen that film, I counsel you go and watch it and see why they had been doing what they had been doing’ he added.
‘It’s not only for fancy costume… I feel the individuals which can be complaining simply want to show onto one other station.’
Talking about this yr’s contestants, Craig went on so as to add that HRVY is his favorite dancer, whereas comic Invoice Bailey has ‘stunned’ him.
‘He’s completely been unbelievable week by week and has proved that with lots of examine you’ll be able to really obtain fairly a bit,’ Craig mentioned about Invoice.
‘He’s actually magnificent to observe, he has his very personal fashion and he doesn’t copy anybody. That’s wonderful, it simply makes him actually distinctive and a stand-out artist and performer.’
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday at 7.15pm on BBC One and Steph’s Packed Lunch airs weekdays at 12.30pm on Channel 4.