Ellie Taylor revealed that Helen Skelton is her favorite Strictly Come Dancing contestant.
Ellie, 39-year-old comedian, said she was ‘team Helen’ on Tuesday’s Lorraine.
This is Ellie’s ninth vote for Strictly Come Dancing, after she and Johannes Radebe were voted in as the best dancing partner.
“I’m Team Helen!” Ellie Taylor said Tuesday on Lorraine that she wanted Helen Skelton to win Strictly Come Dancing, after she was kicked off the show.
‘I would probably claim that I’m Helen. Because I love her,’ Ellie said.
‘SheShe’s blossomed. It would be a great way to end the year.
Helen admitted on Strictly on the weekend that she feels like a ‘different person’ since taking part in the show following her split from her ex-husband Richie Myler earlier this year.
“I would probably say that I’m Helen. Because I love her,’ Ellie said. ‘She”She’s blossomed.” It would be an amazing end to the year,’ she said. Helen is pictured
Helen was devastated when Richie, whom she had married in 2013, left their home after Helen gave birth to their third child in December.
Ellie stated that it was her best show ever, even though she was kicked out.
“It’s not only the best, but also the most nerve-wracking thing that I have ever done.” She explained that it was not easy, and took 10 weeks to complete.
Reflection: Ellie stated that even though she was kicked off the show, it was the best thing she had ever done.
She She also said that she has no plans to dance again despite spending weeks on the ballroom floor practicing her moves.
“What class can I possibly attend that has me dancing for eight hours per night with Johannes?” She said.
It’s not going to work. It’s just not going to work. I’m going on a high, and will have a wonderful memory.
Ellie looked stunning in a black and white floral minidress paired with stockings to make her appearance on Lorraine.
Looking good! Ellie looked stunning in a black-and-gold floral minidress with matching stockings for Lorraine.
“I’m going on a high”: She She also stated that she has no plans to dance again despite spending weeks practising her moves on the floor of the ballroom.
Ellie finished at the bottom of Saturday’s show after scoring just five points by Craig Revel Horwood.
After Ellie, who finished in the bottom two of the competition, performed Van Morrison’s Jive to Brown Eyed Girl to try to keep her in the contest.
But the judges Motsi Mabuse, Craig Revel Horwood, and Anton du Beke unanimously voted in favor of Fleur & Vito, after they had performed Rumba to Too Lost in You, which was done by the Sugababes.
Asked by host Tess Daly if had been everything she expected it to be, Ellie said: ‘It has and it’s been, I’m going to be a cliché machine now, buts it’s been everything and more. It was something I never expected to do and to see it all.
Booted Off: Ellie was ranked at the bottom of Saturday’s leaderboard after she received only five points from Craig Revel Horwood
‘Strictly may be about dancing but it’s also all about people. And every part of this show, from the Execs, the hair, the costumes, the sets, the band, my fellow celebs, and the dancers, have been fantastic! Even the judges have been great! It’s been a privilege to be part of the Strictly alumni.
Ellie answered a question about her relationship with Johannes and said that they had so much fun. To borrow an Anton-ism let me tell ya about Johannes Radebe. You [Johannes] You are just as amazing as everyone says you are. I have said that you are like human sunshine, and you truly are.
“You see people and I saw you, at all points. I have been so afraid, so out of my comfort zone, and so self-conscious. You have told me to embrace my weird Ellie. You did it completely and without judgment.
“It has been an absolute privilege to dance alongside you JoJo. Although I don’t know what your body is made of, it’s not blood. It’s rhythm and music and watching you perform it is unbelievable.
Asked by host Tess Daly if had been everything she expected it to be, Ellie said: ‘It has and it’s been, I’m going to be a cliché machine now, buts it’s been everything and more’