Their bizarre performance was recorded by the legendary Simpsons theme song. See the performance below.
– BBC Strictly ✨ (@bbcstrictly) November 7, 2020
Reacting to performance on Twitter, horrified Simpsons fans weren’t holding back on their feelings about the performance.
“Maybe we make a pact to never talk about this Simpsons routine again?” one tweeted, with another adding, “I hate this Simpsons dance. HATRED. “
Maybe we make a pact to never talk about that Simpsons routine again? #Strictly
– Frankie et Clover (@strictlyblog) November 7, 2020
I hate this Simpsons dance. HATRED #Strictly
– 🐝-List at Capital (@BListAtCapital) November 7, 2020
– hayley, the sneaky pasta snake (@fatherbananas) November 7, 2020
“The Simpsons Dancing On Strictly is one of the most horrific things I’ve ever seen and I’m very online,” another fan wrote.
“It sucked and made me sad.”
It sucked and made me sad
– Yano (@Matt_MYano) November 7, 2020
Other reactions included, “I just watched the clip for Strictly Simpsons and I’m currently re-evaluating all of my lifestyle choices” and “If I didn’t need Part 2 lockdown tips, I have some. really need for the Simpsons routine of Diane and Max on Strictly. “
I just watched the Strictly Simpsons clip and is currently re-evaluating all of my life choices
– TellyAddict (@ TVAddict2020) November 7, 2020
if i didn’t need part 2 lockdown tips i really need it for Diane and Max’s Simpsons routine on #Strictly
– Alex Foster (@fozzili) November 7, 2020
See more reactions from horrified fans to the Simpsons tribute on Come strictly dance below, including the one who wrote, “I could have gone my whole life without seeing Marge Simpsons panties, but apparently Strictly Come Dancing had other plans for me.
My Therapist: The Simpsons Strict Routine Isn’t Real And Cannot Hurt You
Strictly Simpsons Routine: pic.twitter.com/O9t8Hv44Ui
– sarah (@theenicewitch) November 7, 2020
strictly in the background. fucking tears at the simpsons dance. the most cursed thing
– SΞHDΞV🐺 (@Ioversmeeting) November 7, 2020
I could have gone my whole life without seeing Marge Simpsons panties, but apparently Strictly Come Dancing had other plans for me https://t.co/RG2VaGqMEg
– Tommy (@Tommy_Byrn) November 7, 2020
In other Simpsons news, the long-running sitcom’s 31st season premiered on Disney + yesterday (November 6).
Simpsons fans can look forward to a star-studded cast of celebrities lending their voices, with new additions including Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, Pose star Billy Porter and Aquaman actor Jason Momoa.
Other guest stars include John Mulaney, Joey King, Kevin Smith, Jim Parsons, Cate Blanchett, Chrissy Teigen and Lilly Singh. There will also be musical performances by John Legend and Weezer.