Nina Wadia Seeks Strictly Coming to ‘Surprising’ Dance Scoring System

Nina Wadia | has admitted that he was less than impressed with scoring during his time this year Strictly Come Dancing, following his early exit from the competition.

The former EastEnders the star and his professional partner Neil Jones are the first Strictly pairing to be axed from this year’s series, after landing under two with fellow soap actress Katie McGlynn.

While Nina and Neil kicked off their Samba on the first live show, their two -week Tango failed to impress the panel, including Craig Revel Horwood awarded them only three points for the task.

Speaking to an Instagram Live interview, Nina expressed her frustration with her claim of inconsistency in scoring in this series.

“If you have competition, have a level of play,” he said. “Give everyone a chance, or if that’s not it, then mark accordingly.

“You can’t give someone like me a three when I’ve tried hard and tried something technically hard, then give someone else who has had a bit of a mistake a seven just because they look good.

“I don’t really understand the scoring system. I don’t think the scoring system makes sense. I thought, ‘OK, it’s only been two weeks, you know, you made a mistake, you’re just human’. The way it’s marked, surprisingly, really surprisingly. “

He continued: “It’s a strange experience where you’re thrown into a world you’re not used to, with make-up and hair and clothes and the overuse.

“When you’re in the world and suddenly you’re not here, it’s like, ‘I just started, people – horrible’.”

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