They came close to the elimination last week after they finished at the bottom of the rankings.
And Strictly Come Dancing star Emma Barton has admitted that she & # 39; disappointed & # 39; was after chief judge Shirley Ballas severely criticized her rumba on Saturday during a performance on Thursday morning this morning.
The EastEnders star was accompanied by her professional partner Anton Bu Deke, who is his so-called & # 39; tiff & # 39; with Shirley, after he had repulsed her criticism that the routine did not include the right steps.
Speaking: Strictly Come Dancing star Emma Barton has admitted that she & # 39; disappointed & # 39; was after chief judge Shirley Ballas criticized her rumba on Saturday
Emma and Anton faced the challenging rumba on Saturday's show, but were disappointed to get a score of only 22 points out of 40.
The dance of the pair received a lot of criticism from Shirley, as she commented: & # 39; The only timing I could read was the basics – the alemana and the sliding doors … I have absolutely no idea at what point you were dancing for this dance. & # 39;
Despite the public anger, Shirley said: & # 39; There are four beats and three steps – you have to understand that. & # 39;
Angry: Shirley criticized Emma & # 39; s performance on Saturday because she said the rumba was not timed correctly, and they ended up at the bottom of the rankings
Passionate: despite Anton praising Emma's movements, the dancing duo scored only 22 out of 40 points, but were saved by the public vote
Irate: During the Thursday morning interview, her professional partner Anton Du Beke also spoke his & # 39; tiff & # 39; with Shirley on
Anton tried to hit back by interrupting: & # 39; Sometimes there are four steps and three beats. Sometimes there are five steps and seven counts. Sometimes there are no steps! & # 39;
Emma admitted that she was upset to earn such a negative reaction to the dance, against Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby: & I was certainly disappointed, I am sure it was not our best dance, but it wasn't worse, I was really proud of myself not wiggling I was terrified.
& # 39; You know, it's a dance that is totally different from a dance we did before. Everything was about the connection, everything about the chemistry.
& # 39; I wanted to show the jury members that I could do that. I actually do not know. I am the student and not the pro. & # 39;
Fun: Anton said: & # 39; It's the first time I've seen it again, I just laugh that I teased her a bit & # 39;
Sad: Emma shares her disappointment about their poor score and added: & I know it wasn't our best dance, but it wasn't the worst, I was really proud of myself that I didn't falter, I was petrified & # 39;
Anton also wiped the so-called & # 39; tiff & # 39; off by adding: & # 39; It's the first time I've seen it again, I just smile that I teased her a little, when she said something very nice and sweet and then looked down her path I thought : & # 39; hello, there is a list! & # 39;
& # 39; I was actually teasing a bit. You have to get the emotional side right and that is what we have been working on all week.
& # 39; And that is what the jury members have noticed from the start that we really danced together. So we only worked on that part of the dance and I thought that part worked really well & # 39;
& # 39; With the rumba you also have to get the emotional side right, that's what the jury members picked up from the start, I thought that came together really well. & # 39;
How do I get there: Anton and Emma also said that they have returned this week with their dance, which will be a Pairs choice: Theater / Jazz to Right Now of the Pussycat Dolls
Soldier on: the actress admitted that because of her debilitating schedule for EastEnders, she and Anton didn't have as much time in training as the other couples
Fun: Meanwhile, strict stars give Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse a surprise program at Manchester Victoria Station to raise money for the Poppy Appeal
Jovial: South African pro Oti shone with delight when she sold poppies to some enchanted commuters during a break from training with Kelvin
Try it! Kelvin also showed some of his dance moves with one of the bystanders
Anton and Emma also said that they have returned this week with their dance, which will be a Couples Choice: Theater / Jazz to Right Now of the Pussycat Dolls.
Jumping over the routine, Emma said: “We have the best time this week, we do the Couple's Choice. It is Jazz Theater and I am not a trained dancer, but I have done music theater … & # 39; it & # 39; just inside it, I don't know what & # 39; it & # 39; is, but I just have a bit more style and that comes a bit easier.
& # 39; So yes, I feel a bit more comfortable. I will never say that I am tired again, not at all! … But it is beautiful, we had a lot of time this week. & # 39;
Important: the couple joined forces to raise money for the Legion & # 39; s Poppy Appeal for Remembrance Sunday
Smile! Kelvin eagerly documented his outing with Oti as they prepare for a Salsa on Saturday
Say cheese: Karim Zeroual also posed for a selfie with a delighted fan when he participated in the poppy profession
To the dance floor! The other strictly couples will be on the floor Saturday before week eight, in the final round before Blackpool
The actress admitted that because of her debilitating schedule for EastEnders, she and Anton didn't have as much time in training as the other couples.
She said to Phil and Holly: & # 39; Not as long as everyone else, at the same time I'm working on two of the biggest shows on television. I like to work, it's all I wanted to do, I embrace it so much. & # 39;
Anton added: & # 39; The great thing about Emma with me is her enthusiasm, she never arrived despondent, went on to the next dance and gave it the full bit that she is an absolute pro, we have a great time in the studio, it's a joy for me. & # 39;
Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One on Saturday at 6.50 p.m. This morning, weekdays are broadcast from 10.30 a.m.
Beaming: Pro Amy Dowden also talked to those who had joined the poppies business
Coming back soon: Strictly Come Dancing will continue on BBC One on Saturday at 18.50 hrs