The sixth week of Strictly Come Dance kicked off this weekend, and there was competition among the best contestants.
J.J. Salmers returned to the dance floor because he performed a Viennese waltz with his professional dance partner Amy Dow to be rescued by Lauren Toggle.
Salmers previously acknowledged what Waltz had learned while working as a Royal Marine in Afghanistan, and his Viennese Waltz Week One was an improvement on his waltz, for which he scored just 19 points.
Following his performance in the sixth week, the Strictly Come Dancing judges awarded him a healthy 24 points, placing him joint fourth on the Strictly Come Dancing Leaderboard.
This is a small drop from the week before Quickstep to For One in My Life, written by Stevie Wonder, scored 25 points.
Nevertheless, the 33-year-old was very happy with his decision. Putting him aside from dancing, Strictly Come Dance final and glitterball will definitely be enough to go one step further?
If he wants to compete against HRV, he should definitely get some extra points from the public when they vote – he is currently sitting at the top of the group with 30 points.
J.J. Here’s everything you need to know about Salmers – one of the celebrities in the Strictly Come Dancing line.
Who is JJ Salmers?
Instagram: @ jj.chalmers
Work: TV presenter and former Royal Marine and Invictus Sports Medal winner
Collaborate with: With Amy Dowd
The TV presenter definitely connects with the incredible back story. His life as a Royal Marine Commando was shortened due to life-threatening injuries following the IED explosion in Afghanistan.
However, after many years of rehab, JJ participated in the 2014 Invictus Games, where he captained the tricycle team and took home three medals.
JJ is the spokesperson for these inaugural Invictus games. Gained insight into TV and started a career in broadcasting.
His breakthrough role came in 2016 as a studio presenter for the Rio Paralympics.
Since 2017, he has compiled the BBC One set of Invictus games.
Other highlights of the BBC Games include The Commonwealth Games and the London Marathon.
As part of the BBC’s ceremonial team, JJ commented on The Lord Myers show and participated in the D-Day Memorial.
Fans will recognize him from his other shows including The One Show, BBC Breakfast, Getaways, The People Remember and Radio 5 Lives from Helmond and Back.
JJ’s strict journey
Week One: Vaults (6 + 6 + 7) = 19
Week Two: Double step (5 + 6 + 6) = 17
Week 3: Foxtrot (8 + 8 + 8) = 24
Week Four: Jeev (4 + 6 + 7) = 17
Week Five: Quick (7 + 9 + 9) = 25
Week Six: Viennese Vaults (8 + 8 + 8) = 24
JJ’s strict performance is very up and down.
He caught his attention when he was introduced to Strictly, and there was a bad story behind his waltz.
In an attempt to impress his now wife, JJ began to learn dance from fellow Marines while working in Afghanistan. After a while, the audience quickly touched on hearing how he was injured in an explosion.
However, at Week Two, his Paso Doble finished 10th on the leaderboard with just 17 points.
Danced with professional partner Amy Dowden, the former Royal Marine then elevated Leaderboard to third place and then shoved my head from Butch Casey and Sundance Kid during last week’s Movie Week Extravaganza with her Foxstraat to Raindrops.
The pair scored 24 points from the judges, who shared third place with former lead runner Maisie Smith.
However, in the fourth week he slipped down from the scoreboard with 17 points.
In the fifth week, JJ was able to climb back to the leaderboard with 25 points for his quickstep.
J.J. This comes after Prince Harry must have appeared to offer words in support of Salmers.
Harry, who almost appeared, said: “When I first met JJ, he was a shell in his own right,” Prince Harry began. “But, to see you shine through Invictus and be yourself again is the beginning of a wonderful journey.”
He added: “I’m so proud, really proud, here you are in this position now. You are not a dancer, it proves that you can really do anything that surprises your mind.”
It was announced that JJ Salmers would definitely sign on ITV’s Lorraine.
Speaking about the news, he said, “My whole life is defined by facing challenges. Although it turns out to be a Royal Marine Commando, The Invictus participates in sports by recovering from injuries sustained in Afghanistan. ”
He added: “Now as a TV presenter I am lucky enough to watch some of the biggest games in the world. Definitely a completely different ball game in terms of the challenges I face, but I’m ready for an adventure, at least my mom knows where I am! ”
Strictly Come Dancing on BBC One Saturday night at 7:15 pm and Sunday at 7:25 pm. If you are looking for something to watch tonight, check out our TV guide.