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'You've Had Your Say Sharna': Craig Revel Horwood Returns To DWTS In Savage Style

There was definitely something missing in the first week of 'Dancing With The Stars Australia's second season.

Though we loved star choreographer and dance legend Mandy Moore, she was sitting in the chair of the very savage Craig Revel Horwood.

Craig's judging style could be considered... a touch blunt, but we kinda love his creative use of metaphors and the expert way he's able to weaponise the word "darling".

In his very first night back in the judging chair, we collected a few of his best critiques of the night.

Almost immediately brushing the opinions of his fellow judges aside Craig began the night with, "You've had your say, Sharna."

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The stakes were high this week as our dancing celebs faced their first elimination round.

With the performance, Craig told Claudia Karvan, "Your smile saved your dance, to be honest".

Things stepped up a notch when Christian Wilkins took to the stage with Craig likening his dance to "watching a bad drag act".

"You have very long limbs, darling, and you need to control them," he added with an icy glance that could put climate change in reverse.

His best of the night was perhaps saved for Ed Kavalee, whose Viennese waltz he said: "looked like a hoedown, darling".

Craig wasn't done there, tellin Ed, "It was way too aggressive. It looked like you had been through some terrible divorce and you're going to court."

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Dancing With The Stars 2020: The Emotional Story Behind Claudia Karvan's Second Dance

Taking to the dance floor for the second time, Claudia revealed the emotional story behind her Salsa routine.

But it wasn't all bad! Both Celia and Chloe received some unexpected and rare praise from the hallowed judge.

It can't always be good, and we can't wait to see what other zingers Craig whips out this season.

Dancing With The Stars airs Sundays at 7.30 on 10 and 10 Play.