Strictly Come Dancing: Adam Thomas opens up about his brothers
Former Coronation Street star Ryan Thomas has taken to Instagram to implore his 1.1 million followers to vote his brother Adam out of Strictly come Dancing.
Explaining that he “can’t cry anymore” he posted a picture of Adam with himself and twin brother Scott as children, writing: “@adamthomas21 we are beyond proud!!!
“Please if you can vote Adam out tonight. I can’t cry anymore over this show! We just want our bother home! Thanks @bbcstrictly it’s been emotional.” (sic)
Adam’s pro partner Luba Mushtuk simply responded to the post with three heart emojis.
Meanwhile, Ryan’s former Coronation Street co-star Samia Longchambon remarked on the photo saying: “Scott on the left Adam on the right.. not changed!” (sic)
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Another former soap star Kelvin Fletcher, who played Andy Sugden on Emmerdale, waded in commenting: “He’s a credit to you lad. You all are to each other. What a family and what a bond.”
Meanwhile, Sunday Brunch star Simon Rimmer simply wrote: “Love it xx.”
Ryan, who was recently confirmed as a contestant on the upcoming series of Dancing On Ice, made his plea after a particularly emotional night on Strictly for Adam.
He danced a Couple’s Choice with professional partner Luba to a Backstreet Boys medley and explained the meaning behind his dance in a pre-recorded rehearsal clip.
The Waterloo Road star fought back tears as he paid tribute to his two brothers, confessing they wanted to be in a boyband when they were younger.
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Adam explained that since his father was a Motown singer, that was probably the reason he enjoyed entertaining people.
He said: “My dad left us when we were kids, it was tough for my brother [Scott] being at such a young age to step in.”
As Adam’s older brother confessed to taking on the father figure role, it became clear how close the three brothers were.
Following his routine even the usually unflappable Shirley Ballas was moved. “I feel like you’re quite emotional and in that case, you’re making me rather emotional today,” she told him.
In the end, they were given a total of 32 for their routine which is the same score they were received the previous week for their waltz.
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