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13:54 | 26th March 2017

Entertainment News: News

Mon 4 Oct, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


I’m not certain how appropriate Robbie and Gary making googly eyes and singing a love song at each other may be

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Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow have been criticised for their prime time performance on Strictly Come Dancing being “too gay” as they gazed into one another’s eyes.

The pair performed their single, Shame, the shows 10 million strong viewers on the BBC as they showed the feud was definitely over between the two.

Not everyone was happy with the new budding “bromance” between the pair though and many complained the love gaze shared between the pair was inappropriate for its early evening slot.

According to the Daily Star, once viewer said about the performance on the BBC Strictly Come Dancing forum: “I’m not certain how appropriate Robbie and Gary making googly eyes and singing a love song at each other may be.



“A lot of young boys were switching on at 6.55pm to watch Merlin afterwards.”

 

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