Strictly Come Dancing 2014: 'Scott Mills can't dance in any way', says Craig Revel Horwood

The judge said the BBC Radio 1 presenter is 'pigeon-toed'

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Strictly Come Dancing contestant Scott Mills is disproving the theory that nothing is impossible if you put your mind to it - at least according to Craig Revel Horwood.

The judge said that the DJ just doesn't have the flair for Latin and Ballroom.

"Scott can't dance in any way, shape of form. I like to think anyone can be taught, but I fear he may prove some people just can't be," Horwood wrote in a "Half Term Report" featured in the Radio Times.

He added: "[Scott] thinks otherwise, but there's no communication between his mind and body."

Just in case the sharp-tongued judge's opinion wasn't clear, he went on to say that Mills is "pigeon-toed, so he trips over his own feet" and awarded him a D grade for his performances so far.

 

However, he did add that the amateur dancer, who is the favorite to leave the competition at the weekend, was entertaining: "He'll come out dressed as a crab without worrying about looking silly".

Horwood also said that Mills was "an absolute scream" backstage.

The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge came out on top of the assessments, with an A+ grade, while pop star Pixie Lott was awarded an A and TV presenter Caroline Flack an A-.

Horwood said that Flack would need to overcome her self-consciousness to be in with a chance of winning the glitterball trophy.

Meanwhile, he said Jake Wood was "the dark horse" of the competition, awarding him an A grade, and signalled the EastEnders actor as a potential finalist.

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