BBC Strictlys Layton Williams speaks out after sparking concern

Strictly: Layton Williams and Nikita Kuzmin perform Argentine Tango

Layton Williams has spoken out after performing a passionate Argentine Tango during Strictly Come Dancing last night.

The actor, 29, wowed the judges and got good feedback, however some viewers claimed he didn’t seem like his “usual bubbly self”.

The stunning performance with his professional partner Nikita Kuzim earned them the top spot on the leaderboard with a total score of 39.

Layton addressed concerns afterwards, after those watching at home shared their worries.

Picking up on the star’s reaction, one user said: “I hope you’re OK. You didn’t seem like your usual bubbly self tonight after your dance. I’m worried.

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“Thank you everyone for the love though, wow. I hope we’ve done enough to make it through to Blackpool.”

The duo danced to the electro-pop ballad Tattoo by Loreen, and saw him oust Ellie Leach from the top spot.

Judge Motsi Mabuse gave a solid 10 for their dance and said she was “speechless”.

In her feedback, she continued: “That happens once in a lifetime to me. But that was epic, iconic. It will never be done again like that. That was special, and I mean special within the whole world of the Strictly Come Dancing type of competition. That was the bomb.”

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While rehearsing for his Argentine Tango, Layton received a visit from his former Bad Education co-star, stand-up comic Jack Whitehall.

In the light-hearted VT, the comedian nitpicked at Layton’s ganchos and ochos (ballroom techniques).

Although when he was put to the test to try out the moves he failed to emulate any of them.

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