People Are Losing It Over AJ Pritchard's Dancing On Hollyoaks
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We love it when celebrities make guest appearances in shows - and one that has certainly got us all taking is former Strictly dancers AJ and Curtis Pritchard's cameos on Hollyoaks.
The showbiz pair play evil twins Marco and Jacob, who have arrived in Chester to ruffle feathers for poor old Trish (Denise Welsh).
Marco, Trish's rival, is hoping to ruin the opening of her dance school by stealing her black book of contacts.
And while the 'dastardly' plan seems to work, it's AJ and Curtis's rather hammy acting that have got Hollyoaks fans talking.
After one person shared a scene of the pair on Twitter, where Marco and Jacob discuss stealing Trish's book, many reacted in awe at their unnatural style.
Why did they make AJ Pritchard dance in like a panto villain I cba pic.twitter.com/oEFpRKYV1j
- Harrison Brocklehurst (@harrisonjbrock) May 20, 2021
"Why did they make AJ dance in like a panto villain, I cba," wrote one viewer.
Another chipped in: "I stopped watching Hollyoaks, and after seeing this, thank God I did. Truly embarrassing."
A third said: "You know it's bad when the other one is giving you this look of the WTF'ery."
A fourth added: 'What in the BTEC National Diploma is this?"
AJ previously expressed his excitement in starring at the Channel 4 soap, saying he was relishing at the chance to play a 'sly' character.
"Marco is Trish's rival from a previous dance show," he told Inside Soap.
"He's a very cheeky and confident guy. Marco knows what he wants and when he turns up, he acts as if he owns the place.
"It's great because Curtis and I know each other so well from dancing and performing live, so we just get to play off that.
"They're really fun characters that are a bit sly."
Hmm...while we salute the brothers being daring enough to try something new, maybe just stick to the dancing, lads.
Hollyoaks continues weekdays at 6.30pm on Channel 4.
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