Jordans among Strictly viewers who believe Claudia was 'robbed' of a spot in the final

Former Strictly dancers James and Ola Jordan are among the fans who think Claudia Fragapane deserved to be dancing in the final.

Olympic gymnast Claudia got her marching orders this week, after facing actor Danny Mac in the dance-off.

Danny, Ore Oduba and Louise Redknapp will perform three routines in the battle to lift the glitterball trophy in the show’s grand final.

Ola posted a message on Twitter saying she wasn’t happy with the result.

And her hubby James tweeted a string of messages about the decision.

James later added that his Strictly viewing days were over.

But the Jordans aren’t the only ones thinking Claudia should have had her shot at the trophy.

Oooh. An unpopular Strictly elimination. Nothing new there!

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