It probably won't ever be considered one of his classics, but it was still a fitting tribute to the man.
Legs and Co got an extra work out this week dancing to the No.1, although Gill and Pauline are hidden for most of the routine. But as we get Sue centre screen the whole time I don't think anyone is complaining. Certainly not the two guys in white shirts at the front who's reaction is probably similar to how most of the OFTD members would have reacted had they been in the same position.
I think Sue applauding as soon as the song ended is a champagne moment in itself, however the guy in the white shirt is so transfixed that it takes him several seconds to follow her lead (lucky boy!).
SUMMARY: The song and routine are really very good. But i do find it a bit of a shame they didn't restart it and do it again. Gill's performance is obviously distracted by the 21 seconds from when she first thumbled with the back of her neck fastening to actually fixing the problem. The last minute of the routine she is all over the place compared to the other three.
CHAMPAGNE: The outfits alone are worth the Champagne.
SPOTTED: The look Gill gives Sue during the `refastening`. A look as if to say "yep if it has to happen to anyone, it will happen to me" !
NEW NO.1 Yeah the guy in shirt is a lucky lad indeed. No wonder he spends the whole of it with a huge grin on his face, i think id do the same.
SUMMARY: Silver is apparently the finest conducter of electricity known, and this sizzling performance proves the point.
CHAMPAGNE: Those thrusting midriffs do catch the eye!
SPOTTED: Gill is wearing a sovereign ring on her right hand.
NEW No.1: It's not bad but apparently was doing nothing until The King played the killer card. A cynic might say a number one by default, still, it's miles better than Angelo which made it to the top legitimately.