Strictly Come Dancing: Fans note ‘unfortunate’ wardrobe malfunction for Hamza Yassin in semifinals

Hamza Yassin had during the Be sure to come dance semifinals

The BBC One show’s semi-finals took place on Sunday night (11 December) with the five remaining couples battling for a spot in the final.

Each of the couples will perform two dances for the judges.

For their first dance, Yassin and his professional partner Jowita Przystal performed the Charleston to Paolo Nutini’s “Pencil Full of Lead”.

The pair performed extremely well, earning high praise and a near-perfect score of 39 out of 40 from the judges.

Viewers at home agreed, with many taking to Twitter to share their enthusiasm for the couple.

However, many also noted a slight wardrobe issue with Yassin, who wore a tartan kilt and waistcoat for the dance.

“I didn’t need to see Hamza’s pants!” wrote one person. “I don’t think they thought that costume through!”

Another added: “The camera angles on Hamza’s kilt were freely selectable.”

“Oops! You can see Hamza’s pants!” wrote a third person with the laughing emoji.

Another wrote, “I just can’t help but feel like that probably wasn’t the best camera angle for Hamza.”

“Love Hamza’s enthusiasm Strict but the camera angle was unfortunate considering the first shots under the kilt.”

Another fan jokingly advised Hamza to “learn the basics of wearing a kilt… keep your legs closed when seated.”

Judge Craig Revel-Horwood also commented on his costume choice, telling Yassin, “You were very brave darling when you wore a kilt in a Charleston.”

Viewers can vote for their favorite couple to be sent to the finals. You can find out how to vote online or by telephone here.

Viewers will have to wait until Monday (December 12) to hear the results and see which couples will make it to the finals and which will go home.

Be sure to come dance The results show is broadcast on BBC One on Monday (12 December) at 8.15pm. Strictly Come Dancing: Fans note ‘unfortunate’ wardrobe malfunction for Hamza Yassin in semifinals


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