Strictly: David Mitchell recalls Robert Webb’s heart surgery
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Robert Webb and Dianne Buswell took to the dance floor for the first time last week on Strictly Come Dancing. The pairing performed a Cha Cha and despite the comedian’s enthusiasm, the couple found themselves down at the bottom of the leaderboard with just Ugo Monye and Sara Davies below them. However, social media analysis evidence has suggested the couple may be safe.
A sentiment analysis tool created by Digital marketing agency Mediaworks has determined which contestants have been most popular with Twitter users since the launch.
Robert and Dianne scored 20 for their Cha Cha putting them in a dangerous position.
However, the sentiment tool shows Strictly fans were impressed with the comedian.
The social sentiment analysis allows Mediaworks to see who is being discussed positively or negatively on social media.
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The tool uses AI technology to analyse the most recent 1,000 tweets relating to the 15 Strictly celebrities and their dance partners.
Since Strictly launched in September, Robert’s popularity has fluctuated.
But as of September 30, he has a positive sentiment score and stands in the top half of his co-stars.
Could this mean he’ll be saved from the dreaded dance-off?
Robert will perform a Tango with Dianne on Saturday to Machiko Ozawa’s La Cumparsita.
Strictly fans will be eager to see the couple take to the floor after praising last week’s performance.
@campervanwoman tweeted: “Catching up on #Strictly. Robert Webb definitely my favourite so far.”
@evilcheltdevil added: “Robert Webb’s dance to Rasputin was bizarro brilliance. #Strictly.”
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“Ok, going early, Robert Webb to win Strictly. #StrictlyComeDancing #Strictly #Strictly2021,” @Clumsygene said.
@underseamonkey warned: “Robert Webb, funny, warm. Loads of potential but needs to avoid always being the comic turn. #strictly #scd.”
Meanwhile, Dan Walker and Katie McGlynn could find themselves in danger.
The BBC Breakfast presenter and Coronation Street star are sitting at the bottom of the sentiment chart.
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But, it’s good news for John Whaite and Johannes Radebe as the first all-male pairing.
Public support has been steadily growing for the couple and John has the highest number of new Instagram followers.
In comparison, Greg Wise sees the smallest growth with only 780 new followers.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One on Saturday at 6.45pm.
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