‘Thought that was clear’ Dan Walker hits back after being branded ‘pathetic’ over Strictly

‘Thought that was clear’ Dan Walker hits back after being branded ‘pathetic’ over Strictly #BBCBreakfast

9/27/2021 11:28:00 PM

‘Thought that was clear’ Dan Walker hits back after being branded ‘pathetic’ over Strictly BBCBreakfast

DAN WALKER has hit back after being branded 'pathetic' due to gushing over his experience on Strictly Come Dancing's first live show of 2021 while hosting BBC Breakfast this morning.

Dan Walker gushed over his daughter's reaction to his dance(Image: TWITTER)Dan Walker likened to a daddy long-legs by James Jordan“She’s the one, and her brother and sister, that’s why I decided to do the programme because they were desperate to watch it.

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“So that for me was perfect, the dance was great, I really enjoyed it, but that was what it’s all about.”“Week one, done!” Sally then said, while congratulating her co-star. However, Dan was slammed on Twitter for his heartfelt admission after BBC Breakfast shared a clip of his words on their official page.

Dan Walker performed a Quickstep with his partner Nadiya Bychkova(Image: INSTAGRAM)Dan Walker Strictly profile(Image: EXPRESS)The programme captioned the tweet: ““My daughter gave me this lovely little wave to say ‘well done, Dad’”“@mrdanwalker tells #BBCBreakfast Saturday was one of the highlights of his ‘entire life’ as his #Strictly routine brought his daughter to tears.” headtopics.com

Twitter user Harry–fotograf was less than impressed with Dan’s comment, as he fumed: “being able to 'Dance' is the 'highlight' of someone's life“how totally pathetic and how totally pathetic to waste everyone's time talking about it.

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