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Craig Revel Horwood has slammed head judge Shirley Ballas as the 'villain' of this year's Strictly Come Dancing after suffering his own backlash for 'underscoring' Aston Merrygold.

This led the star to hit back 'That darling is biggest load of rubbish I’ve read to date!

Audience can turn leaderboard on its head and in the final- judges scores mean 0'One more follower then wrote 'Please please please stop with the unfair marking tho.

Mother-of-two Miss Holden, 46, said: ‘Christmas to me is the most magical, wonderful time of year, yet sadly for some children and families this isn’t the case.

‘Make-A-Wish Foundation UK is an incredibly important cause, helping children and families enjoy the spirit of Christmas, remembering precious times together and making their dreams come true.‘This campaign is such an easy way to help, it’s as simple as going to any Nationwide store and giving your old £1 coins to the Quids for Kids Make-A-Wish UK appeal.’ Miss Ballas, 57, who took over as Strictly head judge this year, said: ‘Make-A-Wish is fantastic charity.

‘I was not expecting that [interview],’ she explained to the Daily Mail at the BBC Christmas Party.

‘I have lost family over this, so I have to figure out what is more important.’ She also disagreed with the idea that doing just one series would be too short, saying: ‘I did it for the experience.’ The only hint Shirley would give away about her future plans were that she would be working in ‘my industry’ which would involve ‘coaching professional dancers’ including Strictly’s AJ Pritchard. It’s thought that the BBC are keen to sign Shirley up again for 2018 but it would certainly be a shock if she decided to leave so soon into the role.

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She’s frighteningly technical with her criticism, and I know the audience might struggle with that.'Craig is referring to when Shirley addresses contestants' mistakes or successes using technical terms including 'syncopated cuban breaks' or 'fifth position breaks'.

Alluding to her spooky attire for the Halloween special, he added: 'She was a Halloween baddie in a Cruella de Vil costume – she totally channelled her.'An insider revealed: 'Bosses are delighted with how she's getting on and like her detailed critique.

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