The Greatest Dancer viewers baffled as Paloma Faith jumps on Jordan Banjo’s back

The Greatest Dancer viewers got a surprise when quirky singer Paloma Faith jumped on Jordan Banjo's back while he interviewed her after her performance.

Paloma and her dancers performed a strange zombie-esque dance while she sang her hit new single, and was joined by presenters Jordan and Alesha Dixon afterwards.

Commenting on how short she felt next to towering Jordan, pint-sized Paloma made the strange reuqest "can I go up on your back?"


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Slightly bemused, Jordan obliged and continued his Q&A with Paloma in a piggy back position.

One viewer questioned on Twitter : why the f**k is paloma on jordans back i've never been more confused".

Some viewers were also baffled by her edgy dance performance where the dancers moved around in a zombie-like fashion and erupted into a pillow fight at the end.

One tweeted: "Proper laughing at that paloma what a mess, is she p****d? … the best bit was when her elbow slipped off at the end".

"I love paloma but a dancer she is not…. looks awkward," claimed another.

A third declared: "Paloma faith looks like your mad auntie after a few gins…."

However, Paloma's dedicated fans were also out in force for the number-one selling Brit.

"I absolutely love Paloma Faith, like she’s just everything," gushed one.

"I [love] Paloma Faith," added another.

The show elimintated one act from the competition already in tonight's tense finale.

Dancepoint, who were mentored by Todrick Hall, were sent home.

This leaves solo dancer Harrison, ballroom dancers Michael & Jowita, and child performers Lily & Joseph still in the running.

Each act performed a dance with their respective mentor as well as performances on their own.

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