Motsi Mabuse takes another swipe at Craig during Strictly live show amid ‘feud’

MOTSI Mabuse took another swipe at fellow judge Craig Revel-Horwood during the Strictly Come Dancing live show amid rumors of a ‘feud’.

Mozzi, 41, called Craig a “savage” after he was scathing in his judgment of CBBC star Molly Rainford – and it was a telling blow considering Craig used the same insult for Mozzi in a recent interview.

Mozzi slammed Craig during tonight’s live showCredit: BBC
She called her fellow judge “a diva,” the same word he used for her in a recent interviewCredit: BBC
Craig was sharp in his criticism of Molly

“Wild! diva! What’s going on,’ Mozzi said as he addressed Craig following his scathing critique where he called parts of Molly’s dance ‘ugly’.

She then pointed at him before turning back to presenter Tess Daly and laughing.

Meanwhile, Craig shook his head and looked puzzled.

“I don’t know what’s going on with the boys,” Mozzi added afterwards, admitting that Anton Du Beke had also been critical. “Maybe it’s the suits…”

It comes after Craig explained how low-maintenance he is compared to fellow judge Mozzi in an interview with The Sun on Sunday.

He said: “Mozzi has six people in her make-up room doing her make-up, her lipstick, her eyes, her false eyelashes, her hair, her dress. She’s wild.

“While I have no one. I do my thing. I do my own hair and makeup.”

Mozzi broke his silence on Friday, appearing to hint at a behind-the-scenes feud.

Sharing someone’s Instagram feed about “bad workplace culture,” Mozzi appeared to be referring to the bad feeling between the pair.

The caption of the footage she shared read: “When a company has a bad workplace culture but the CEO forces them to come together.”

It then shows someone falling backwards to be caught by the others, only to be dropped to the floor.

Mozzi wasn’t the only judge Craig lashed out at in an open interview.

The 57-year-old Australian choreographer also claimed Anton Du Beke, 56, has a “big head” after winning a National Television Award for his role.

He added that his former colleague Bruno Tonioli, 66, would have liked to leave with “more fanfare” and insisted that Chief Justice Shirley Ballas was not sexist.

Molly seemed upset by Craig’s comments

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