Strictly Come Dancing’s John Whaite shares unseen dance error after ‘no regrets’ update

Strictly Come Dancing finalist John Whaite has shown that his dance routines didn’t always go to plan.

The former Great British Bake Off winner was highly praised throughout his time in the BBC One dance contest.

John and professional partner Johanne Radebe, the competition’s first-ever all-male pairing, made it all the way to the final earlier this month.

The pair faced Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice in a closely fought fight for the Glitterball trophy.

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After performing three stand-out routines each, and finishing on the exact same judges’ scores, the public voted for Rose and Giovanni to be crowned winners.

After leaving the Strictly bubble, John headed on a much needed, and well-deserved break, with his fiancee Paul Atkins.

But he won’t be forgetting his experience on the hit show in a hurry and took to Instagram with an unseen clip.

“For those who need a little chuckle today: this is when I dropped my baguette during the technical block through of our Charleston,” John shared with his followers.

“I love hearing @jennytaps1 laugh in the background.”

The post was quickly flooded with comments from fans laughing at the clip as well as telling John how much they miss seeing John and Johannes on-screen every week.

It comes after John revealed that he gained one stone while competing in the BBC series.

The baker took to social media with a selfie showing off his toned bod, admitting he had ‘no regrets’.

In a mirror snap while wearing just a towel, he wrote: “Results are in: I gained over a stone doing Strictly Come Dancing. And you know what? I don’t regret a single ounce or pound.

“Mental health (and having a bloody good time) > aesthetic appeal.”

The 32-year-old has become noticeably more muscular since he shot to fame as the winner of Bake Off in 2002.

John made it to the Strictly final

But last month, the chef from Wigan responded to online trolls who had been attempting to drag him down over his change in appearance since he started working out.

He said: “Since I started working out I’ve had so many messages from members of the gay community telling me how disappointed they are with me for becoming ‘yet another muscle Mary’.

“I don’t work out so I can post pictures of myself on Instagram. I don’t work out because I feel having muscular body shape makes me a better person.

“I work out because I am bulimic and because I have struggled with body dysmorphia since I was a little boy.

“Going to the gym is my way of keeping things under control. It allows me to feel like I have a small grip on the rudder of my life.

“I also listen to classical music while I work out, so it gives me a little time to zone out of this very hectic world we all share.”

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