Strictly Star Layton Williams Claps Back at Troll Who Calls Show ‘a Fix’


Layton Williams Shuts Down Critics

Strictly star Layton Williams has fired back at a cruel troll who accused the show of being "a fix" for the talented performer. Williams, best known for his role in BBC's Bad Education, is a finalist in this weekend's Glitterball trophy competition alongside Corrie's Ellie Leach and EastEnders' Bobby Brazier.

Impressing the Public and Judges

Williams, partnered with pro dancer Nikita Kuzmin, has consistently impressed both the public and judges with his incredible dance moves throughout the competition. However, his extensive theatre experience has led to allegations that the show is unfairly biased in his favor.

Laughter in the Face of Trolls

Despite facing various online comments, Williams couldn't help but laugh at a recent tweet from a troll. In response to a snide remark about the judges awarding top marks even if Williams stood still with his thumb up his a**e, Williams replied with a laughing emoji and a gif of a woman hysterically laughing. Clearly, he's not letting the negativity get to him.

Unfair Advantage?

Williams has also addressed the accusations of having an "unfair advantage" due to his dance background. He pointed out that other celebrities on the show, such as Ashley Roberts, have similar backgrounds, so it's unclear why he's being singled out. Williams remains focused on delivering a high level of performance and bringing joy to the audience.

An Emotional Tribute

Last weekend, Williams' partner Nikita Kuzmin became emotional as he paid tribute to the hard work and resilience of his dance partner. After scoring an impressive 40 points for their Charleston routine, Kuzmin praised Williams for always bringing joy to others, regardless of the challenges he faces outside the dance floor.

As the Strictly final approaches, Williams is determined to continue giving his all and prove that he deserves to be in the top three. Stay tuned to see who takes home the coveted Glitterball trophy.