BBC Strictly star Amy Dowden playfully 'threw shade' at Dianne Buswell during a new gameshow, leaving Strictly Come Dancing fans in fits of laughter. The new game also saw Layton Williams comment "sorry" to one of the stars.
Amy, the Welsh dancing queen, decided to test this season's contestants on their Strictly knowledge with her fun-filled trivia game, Gamey with Amy. The stars took a break from their dance rehearsals to answer some Strictly-themed questions.
In her quest to find out who knew the most about the show, Amy prepared three rounds of questions for the remaining pairs battling it out for the Glitterball trophy. She asked Bobby Brazier and Dianne Buswell: "On average, how many sequins are used in one series?"
Dianne initially guessed £190,000, but Bobby tried to correct her with £160,000, which wasn't an option. The correct answer was revealed to be £170,000, prompting Amy to cheekily reference Dianne's memorable appearance on another game show, saying: "It's just like you on The Weakest Link all over again."
Dianne responded to the playful jab in the comments section of the Instagram post, writing: "Amy_dowden with the weakest link shade. Love you Amy."
The game took an even funnier turn in round two when the contestants had to guess which celebrity faces had been merged together. Layton Williams found himself in stitches when he saw his face combined with fellow competitors, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, and Bobby Brazier.
He joined in the fun in the comments, writing: "Sorry but me @krishgm and @bobbybrazier need to have a baby ASAP."
Famous fans were quick to comment on the clip, with Brian Conley writing: "Amy you are so good at this. I wanna see you with your own quiz shows series please."
One strictly fan added: "Love Love Love this. Amy is an amazing host," while another said: "This made me smile from start to finish."
This weekend marks Week Eight of Strictly Come Dancing and our favourite couples will once again be taking to the dance floor in the hopes of securing a place in next week’s exciting show.
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