Strictly: Fiona Fullerton criticises Susanna Reid for "PR campaign"

Fiona Fullerton has criticised fellow Strictly Come Dancing contestant Susanna Reid over her stint on the BBC One show.

Former Bond girl Fullerton claimed that Reid lacked charm and had expected to win the competition in her column for The Telegraph.

Fullerton - who was the seventh celebrity to be voted out this year - explained that she felt Reid had alienated other contestants with her "PR campaign".

She wrote: "All those votes from Grimsby couldn't save Susanna Reid, who approached this competition with a PR campaign driven with military precision.

"There was definitely an Obama-style use of social media and a lack of charm that left most of us bewildered.

"Every time she entered Tess [Daly]'s room there were uncomfortable mutterings. It seemed she'd convinced the media she was the outright winner."

However, Fullerton was more supportive of Reid's fellow finalists. Speaking about fourth-placed Sophie Ellis-Bextor, she said: "We
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