Gordon Ramsay had more airtime!’ Neil Jones pokes fun at Strictly after fix claims

Strictly's Neil Jones has shock realisation about Gordon Ramsay

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Neil Jones, 39, has addressed claims that the BBC have shown bias towards Tilly Ramsay, 20, on Strictly Come Dancing. The dancer joked about how the influencer’s famous father Gordon Ramsay had received more “airtime” on the show, than his dance partner Nina Wadia, who was eliminated first in the competition.

 

Sharing a humorous video on his TikTok, which showed him listening to music while appearing bewildered, Neil typed: “When you are watching Strictly and realise Gordon Ramsay has had more air time than Nina.” 

In response, his fans praised him for calling the show out.

Nataliekuy wrote: “This makes me sad.”

While Toni-Lou typed: “I love Gordon and Tilly but at this point I’m certain they’re only showing him to solidify Tilly’s win.”

Claire replied: “I was so looking forward to watching Nina’s journey!”

Professional dancer Neil and his dance partner Nina Wadia were eliminated in week two from Strictly Come Dancing. 

The pair’s exit sparked uproar from fans, as they believed Nina was “better” than Katie McGlynn, who was eliminated the following week. 

Meanwhile, it has been rumoured that Tilly’s ongoing success in Strictly is to entice her dad to the BBC, a source has claimed.

However, this may be unlikely, as Gordon has already worked for the BBC this year, on his new game show, Gordon Ramsay’s Bank Balance.

Tilly and her dance partner Nikita Kuzmin have also been in the dance-off several times, as the decision comes down to viewers’ votes.

Express.co.uk has contacted the BBC for comment.

The 20-year-old wound up in the bottom two alongside Olympian Adam Peaty two weeks ago before being saved by the judges.

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Despite the public getting behind McFly star Tom Fletcher, and deaf EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis, who stunned the judges with a momentarily silent performance a couple of weeks ago, they have failed to set the leaderboard alight consistently, and the former was voted off last weekend.

The ongoing success of BBC employee, news anchor Dan Walker, has also triggered claims of a fix, or at least favouritism.

Two weeks ago, Olympian Adam Peaty was ditched from the competition in favour of Tilly, prompting his mum Caroline to lash out on Twitter.

Two weeks ago, Olympian Adam Peaty was ditched from the competition in favour of Tilly, prompting his mum Caroline to lash out on Twitter.

Following their exit, the swimmer’s mum said that she was proud of her son, but added: “Total fix and I’m not buying the public vote.”

She was also unhappy to see Adam land in the bottom two, writing: “What a total farce, neither Tilly nor @Adam_peaty deserve to be in the dance-off!”

One fan replied to Caroline to say that “someone had to go” and argued she was doing Adam a “disservice” by hitting out at the show.

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