The 35-year-old EastEnders actor, who plays Kush Kazemi in the BBC soap, explained that it was a “bittersweet” weekend.
Happy to have made it through another week, Davood told how Aston’s exit will only make the show more watchable, however, as fans will never know what to expect.
Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Davood explained: “Last week certainly was a kind of bittersweet one for everybody seeing Aston go.
“We did quite a nice dance and got on quite well but then you see a really good mate having to go - who’s a brilliant dancer - so yeah, it’s a really watchable show this year. It’s full of ups and downs.Related articles
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Aston Merrygold and Janette Manrara left the competition in week 7
Last week certainly was a kind of bittersweet one for everybody seeing Aston go
“Let’s hope that we can get it right for Saturday night this week. It’s quite intense and pressurised to try and get a dance within a week.”
Shirley Ballas previously revealed she has a keen eye on the actor, with her proclaiming on a show: “I couldn’t sleep a wink because