Llewelyn-Bowens out of ITV's Stepping out
THE music has stopped for Cotswold celebrity couple Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and his wife Jackie on the ITV dance show, Stepping Out.
The dancing pair from Siddington had made it through to the semi-final of the show, which is ITV’s answer to the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.
But after the judges’ scores were combined with the votes of the public, they failed to reach the final.
Rival couples former Westliffe singer Brian McFadden and his wife Vogue Williams and JLS’ Oritsé Williams and his partner AJ Azari made it through to the final.
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The Llewelyn-Bowens appeared nervous ahead of the semi-final, with Laurence saying he felt the pressure to be flawless.
And their opening Pasa Doblé dance did not go down well with the judging panel of Wayne Sleep, Mel B and Jason Gardiner.
Jason said it was not so much Pasa Doblé , as “pass the Asprin.”
He added: “This dance was sloppy and pedestrian...I am really disappointed.”
Mel B agreed saying the dance “just fell apart”.
And Wayne said: “You came a few notches down for me.”
However, the Llewelyn-Bowens did receive a standing ovation from the audience.
And despite both of them scoring well in the wife-swap part of the show, they failed to reach the final.
Yesterday, Laurence tweeted: “Well back to the Day Job ( thank goodness...!) and prepare ye for LOVELY @classicfm I've the perfect Post-Pasa Doblé soundtrack.”