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She also appeared on Strictly Come Dancing in 2006.
Lytton also represented the UK at the Eurovision Dance Contest 2008 in Glasgow and finished in 9th place out of 14 with 47 points.
A fan shared on Twitter: “#Strictly Davood deserved better comments and a far better score.
Choreography isn’t up to him, he shouldn’t be punished because his professional didn’t create a rumba that the judges like.
The meeting took place at a pivotal point in the 2016 campaign, after Trump had shocked Republicans with a string of primary victories and Clinton had all-but secured the Democratic nomination.
US officials have sought to distance the president himself from the encounter.
One fan shared on Twitter: “Aston and Alexandra also have dance training from young age and professional experience.
Maybe not a surprise those 3 are at the top of Strictly leaderboard." However, others have defended the star, writing: "People still going on that Aston is a professional dancer, go watch the JLS tours, I never saw them dance the foxtrot!
" This week's Strictly Come Dancing saw a big change to the judging panel as for the first time in 15 years, Bruno missed a show due to a busy work schedule.
However, it wasn't the missing judge that annoyed fans, but the change to the scoring board – which went from 40 to 30 that weekend.
She rose to fame in 2005 when joining East Enders as Ruby Allen.