Asked By: Kevin Miller Date: created: Apr 01 2024

Who got kicked off Strictly last night

Answered By: Cody Young Date: created: Apr 04 2024

It’s the final Strictly Spoiler of the series as The BBC might be stupid enough to do a results show on a Monday but they are not stupid enough to do not live results for the final. But who has fallen at the final hurdle? Well I can reveal. Will and Fleur had to dance off.

The judges saved Fleur (Anton saved Will. All other Judges saved Fleur). Will was eliminated! Your finalists, in no particular order, are: Molly and Carlos Fleur and Vito Helen and Gorka Hamza and Jowita Complaints to the BBC This week’s spoiler has come from my own source and is almost certainly accurate Did the right couple leave? You can let me know your thoughts about that or anything else to do with tonight’s show right here in the comments section or over on Facebook, Twitter or new for 2022 Instagram,

Each time you get involved with the discussion over on the social networks you earn an entry into the competition to win a £20 Amazon UK voucher. Plus there’s a bonus chance to win with the password hidden somewhere in this post. You can still vote in this week’s poll and tell me who got your vote this week This poll is no longer accepting votes In 2021 I spent over £3k in hosting costs to keep this site up at peak times which is a ludicrous amount at the best of times never mind during a cost of living crisis! If I provide you a useful service and you want to help me out with these costs with a one time donation you can do so using THIS LINK or the button below.

  • Please only do so if you can afford to do so especially during this cost of living crisis and there is no obligation on anyone to help me out this way.
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The earliest indication as to how the public vote has gone providing a possible spoiler hours before any other source as soon as The BBC vote closes each week. Plus the spoiler will be shared to patreon subscribers free of other monetisation in an ad free form! All for less than the price of a coffee each month! Or support me for free and earn yourselves cashback on your everyday shopping towards your mobile phone bills.

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But I digress! The spoilers keep pouring whenever the show goes out and I can reveal that. Molly and Kym had to dance off. The judges saved Molly (Craig, Motsi and Shirley saved Molly. Anton saved Kym). Kym was eliminated! Complaints to the BBC This week’s spoiler has come from an audience mole sourced by myself and should be accurate Did the right couple leave? You can let me know your thoughts about that or anything else to do with tonight’s show right here in the comments section or over on Facebook, Twitter or new for 2022 Instagram,

Each time you get involved with the discussion over on the social networks you earn an entry into the competition to win a £20 Amazon UK voucher. Plus there’s a bonus chance to win with the password hidden somewhere in this post. You can still vote in this week’s poll and tell me who got your vote this week This poll is no longer accepting votes In 2021 I spent over £3k in hosting costs to keep this site up at peak times which is a ludicrous amount at the best of times never mind during a cost of living crisis! If you want to help me out with these costs with a one time donation you can do so using THIS LINK or the button below.

Please only do so if you can afford to do so especially during this cost of living crisis and there is no obligation on anyone to help me out this way. This week’s competition password is “iPlayer” Or why not join the crew on patreon ? Patreon subscribers gain exclusive access to the results of the exit poll each week.

  1. The earliest indication as to how the public vote has gone providing a possible spoiler hours before any other source as soon as The BBC vote closes each week.
  2. Plus the spoiler will be shared to patreon subscribers free of other monetisation in an ad free form! All for less than the price of a coffee each month! Or support me for free and earn yourselves cashback on your everyday shopping towards your mobile phone bills.

Sign up to Airtime Rewards using promo code 6T7W9L6X, link your credit/debit card and any time you shop at participating retailers you will automatically earn cash back which can be credited towards your mobile phone bill on most major UK networks. Blackpool is gone.

The remaining 6 couples are all focused on joining Kym and Graziano in musicals week for next week’s quarter final. But who is leaving before we hit the serious point of the competition. No need to wait when the Strictly Spoiler is on hand to tell you the results. So here are the results Ellie T and Fleur had to dance off.

The judges unanimously saved Fleur. Ellie T was eliminated Complaints to the BBC This week’s spoiler has come from an audience mole through my usual sources plus my own mole and should be accurate! Did the right couple leave? You can let me know your thoughts about that or anything else to do with tonight’s show right here in the comments section or over on Facebook, Twitter or new for 2022 Instagram,

Each time you get involved with the discussion over on the social networks you earn an entry into the competition to win a £20 Amazon UK voucher. Plus there’s a bonus chance to win with the password hidden somewhere in this post. You can still vote in this week’s poll and tell me who got your vote this week This poll is no longer accepting votes In 2021 I spent over £3k in hosting costs to keep this site up at peak times which is a ludicrous amount at the best of times never mind during a cost of living crisis! If you want to help me out with these costs with a one time donation you can do so using THIS LINK or the button below.

Please only do so if you can afford to do so especially during this cost of living crisis and there is no obligation on anyone to help me out this way. Or why not join the crew on patreon ? Patreon subscribers gain exclusive access to the results of the exit poll each week.

The earliest indication as to how the public vote has gone providing a possible spoiler hours before any other source as soon as The BBC vote closes each week. Plus the spoiler will be shared to patreon subscribers free of other monetisation in an ad free form! All for less than the price of a coffee each month! Or support me for free and earn yourselves cashback on your everyday shopping towards your mobile phone bills.

Sign up to Airtime Rewards using promo code 6T7W9L6X, link your credit/debit card and any time you shop at participating retailers you will automatically earn cash back which can be credited towards your mobile phone bill on most major UK networks. Just as a reminder there is some disruption for the quarter final week and semi final week because of the World Cup because The BBC don’t have multiple linear TV channels or a streaming service they could use to get around these issues but I digress! This week’s competition password is “Lindyhop”.

Asked By: Lawrence Thompson Date: created: Apr 29 2024

Who has been knocked out of Strictly

Answered By: Adrian Henderson Date: created: Apr 29 2024

Week eleven – Kym Marsh – After not performing last week, Kym Marsh and her dance partner Graziano di Prima were eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing when they lost the dance off against Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu.

Who went out of Strictly this week 8?

After eight weeks of entertaining the nation (six of which were spent at the bottom of the leaderboard), Tony Adams exited the ballroom – and added one more twist to this dramatic series. The combined judges’ scores and public vote put him into the dance-off with Tyler West, but before either could reprise their numbers, Adams decided to withdraw from Strictly on health grounds.

  • As presenter Tess Daly announced, in what would usually be the dance-off segment of the show: “Due to an injury sustained on Saturday night, Tony is unable to take part in the dance-off and has decided to withdraw from the competition.
  • This means there will be no dance-off tonight and Tyler and Dianne are through to Blackpool.” This was a double whammy for me.
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I really thought Adams would last longer – at least until Blackpool, possibly beyond – given the strength of his public support. And I never imagined that injury would get in his way; fortunately (touch wood) we haven’t had as many medical issues as in previous years of Strictly, despite some ambitious routines with risky lifts.

Who was knocked out of Strictly on Sunday night?

Its comfirmed and tonights #strictlyspoiler sees ALEX leaving #strictly after losing the dance off to chris. Please like, RT this and share the love. #StrictlyComeDancing2019 #imaceleb2019 #CelebrityXFactor #scd #scd2019 Nite all

Who is out of Strictly this week 10?

Who left Strictly Come Dancing after week ten dance off? Ellie Taylor has become the ninth contestant to leave Strictly Come Dancing.

Asked By: Harold Thompson Date: created: Dec 06 2023

Who went out of Strictly Week 9

Answered By: Sean Baker Date: created: Dec 06 2023

Strictly Come Dancing: week nine results – as it happened Show key events only Please turn on JavaScript to use this feature Anyway, it’s farewell to Tyler and Dianne. They take to the floor for their final dance, to ‘Last Dance’ by Donna Summer. WHAT a tune.

And with that, it’s another Strictly weekend in Blackpool over – thank you all for joining in with my nonsense and being amazing – it’s been a really fun show. I’ll be back next week at 7.15pm for another turn around the Strictly dancefloor, this time safely back in Elstree. Feel free to come and say hi on Twitter/Instagram @heidistephens if you’re passing, and apologies in advance for the book plugs this week.

Have a great week! Tyler and Dianne say heartfelt things about each other (friends for life etc.) and on this occasion it’s easy to believe that these two have become good mates. But I’d really love to see the data over twenty years. What’s the average lifespan of a Strictly pro/celebrity Whatsapp message thread, before they start leaving each other on read? To what degree does going on the live tour help to plaster over any early cracks or reinforce the friendship? Does, for example, Natasha Kaplinsky still send Brendan Cole a Christmas card? Do Pasha and Kimberley ever meet for lunch? I feel like if I ever do a PhD, this will be my doctoral thesis.

  1. Clearly a difficult choice for the judges this week – Craig agrees that both danced WAY better second time round.
  2. Craig and Motsi both save Molly and Carlos, but (PLOT TWIST) Anton saves Tyler and Dianne.
  3. Which means Shirley has the deciding vote, and decides to saveMolly and Carlos.
  4. Which means TYLER AND DIANNE are leaving Strictly this week.

It’s a shame – I thought Tyler had huge potential to make the Grand Final this year, but that Salsa choreo did him no favours. Difficult to say goodbye to anyone at this point in the competition, we’ve all emotionally invested in their journeys. But we’ll always have the memory of his Paso harness.

  1. Tyler and Dianne are up next – this Salsa was great fun, but I’d argue the party spirit came from the disco elements, rather than any high quality Salsa.
  2. Also if that’s the same afro wig worn by Aston Merrygold in 2017, it’s cursed.
  3. Tyler is NOT going out quietly – this Salsa has definitely got more intent in the hip action.

Could this save him? Tyler and Dianne Photograph: Guy Levy/PA Molly and Carlos are up first with their Jive – poor Molly has been in this dance-off so many times, can we just put her out of her misery? It wasn’t my favourite dance of the night, but she had huge talent and you can see the determination to keep going. Absolute respect to her for that. Molly and Carlos Photograph: Guy Levy/PA Tonight’s dance-off is going to be a close one – Molly and Tyler both scored 35 last night. I’d argue Molly is the stronger dancer, but if it all comes down to this one dance it could go either way. Who will it be??? So who is joining Molly and Carlos in the bottom two? Helen and Gorka are safe, along with Will and Nancy and Kym and Graziano.

  1. Which means TYLER AND DIANNE in the dance off.
  2. So Kym, Ellie and Will have all won the public vote this week, saving them from the dance-off.
  3. The next few weeks are going to be VERY interesting.
  4. Time for a musical interlude, with Eurovision troubadour and knitwear inspiration Sam Ryder back for the third time this weekend, if you count the Terms & Conditions.

He’s singing his latest single ‘All The Way Over’ (this episode of Strictly). Neil and and Jowita and Gio and Katya are dancing. There is a great deal of hair and spinning. Oh, I LOVE Tess’s glittery fish dress – my fave look of the season so far. So who is definitely going back to Elstree next week, and who is heading for the dance-off? Fleur and Vito are safe, along with Hamza and Jowita and Ellie and Johannes (OOOOH, that’s a surprise).

  • First couple in the bottom two –MOLLY AND CARLOS.
  • Last night on Strictly: BACK IN BLACKPOOL, the AC/DC track we never knew we needed.
  • Highlights (for me, anyway) – the return of big spectacle Strictly, the sheer joy of it all, some brilliant dancing.
  • I grinned from start to finish, and god knows we need a bit of that right now.

Lowlights: Scoring that has become largely meaningless now, but that’s hardly new news. Tess in fabulous green sequins, Claudia in tiger stripes. More on the bottom half later. And we’re off! Time for some pro dancer Blackpool nostalgia, complete with old photos of teens with really orange tans.

  1. And now grown up Amy and Kai are dancing with little versions of themselves.
  2. How cute is this? Music is provided by Sam Ryder, singing John Farnham’s 80s inspo banger ‘You’re The Voice’.
  3. Actually, Sam, this is Strictly.
  4. The Voice is on the other side.
  5. Happy to clear up any confusion.
  6. Tonight’s Countryfile Casual Weatherperson is the lovely Louise Lear, who also did the weather at the end of the news forty minutes ago and has since CHANGED HER TOP for more casual weather-appropriate red sweater.

Very much on the autumn/festive cusp, I approve.

Asked By: Colin White Date: created: Apr 27 2023

Who went out on Strictly Week 7

Answered By: Devin Smith Date: created: Apr 30 2023

Strictly Come Dancing: week seven results – as it happened Show key events only Please turn on JavaScript to use this feature Well, that was emotional. Thank you all for joining in, has been one of my favourite Strictly weeks in ages. I’m off to do some out-of-time clapping in the Strictly studio next Saturday, so I’m leaving a supply teacher in charge of the liveblog – no idea who, but I’m sure they’ll be FABULOUS. A final dance for Ellie and Nikita Photograph: Guy Levy/BBC/PA I know the pros and celebs say lovely things about each other every week (friends for life, always), but it’s clear that the relationship between Ellie and Nikita has been something incredibly special.

It’s been a genuinely life-changing experience for Ellie, and I don’t think we’ll ever forget what she’s brought to the Strictly dancefloor. Who’s crying? I’m crying. All the judges vote to save Molly and Carlos, including Shirley. Which means ELLIE AND NIKITA are leaving the Strictly ballroom. Curse of the middle table, but also the curse of the Charleston.

That’s four out of six so far. Farewell to Ellie and Nikita Photograph: Guy Levy/BBC/PA Molly and Carlos are up first – the sugary theming of this Foxtrot was far too cutesy for me, but it’s a lovely dance from Molly – she’s one of the strongest dancers in the competition and she absolutely deserves to stay.

That said, this Charleston from Ellie S is also a brilliant showcase of the flawless partnership between her and Nikita – she’s been an outstanding performer from Week 1 and she also deserves to stay. Funny thing is, if Craig had just given Ellie T the six she deserved this probably wouldn’t have happened.

It’s a strange old world. So who’s joining Ellie and Nikita in the bottom two? Helen and Gorka are safe, along with Will and Nancy, Tyler and Dianne and Kym and Graziano. Which means MOLLY AND CARLOS are in the dance off. WELL. That means the public saved Will, Tyler, Ellie T and Tony, AND gave Fleur a week off.

  1. Molly was FOURTH on the leaderboard, out of ten couples.
  2. Neither Ellie S OR Molly deserve to go home, in my opinion – they are both fabulous.
  3. I suspect it might be Ellie Simmonds who ends up leaving, which is actually quite upsetting.
  4. Time for a musical interlude, courtesy of stage/screen actor Luke Evans.

He’s singing the Simon and Garfunkel classic ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’, from his album A Song For You, It’s a beautiful song and Luke is a fabulous singer, very much enjoying this. Can we just have turtlenecked Welsh singers who sound brilliant live, every week? I’d be totally fine with that.

  1. Ai and Nadiya are dancing, and now I’m thinking about how much Kai looks like Luke Evans.
  2. We all know that Kai and Nadiya are dating, right? Their Instagram is just one giant heart-eyes emoji.
  3. Also I’ve just looked up who’s doing the Sunday turn next weekend when I’m in the studio, and it’s Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Zak Abel.
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Love a cello, and very hope Zak is singing this song because it’s GORGEOUS. So who is safely through to next week? Ellie and Johannes are safe, along with Fleur and Vito, Hamza and Jowita and Tony and Katya. First couple in the bottom two: ELLIE S AND NIKITA.

  • Eek, that’s a big chunk of the bottom of the leader board safe, then – never let it be said your votes don’t count, for better or worse.
  • The only ones on the leaderboard below Ellie S were Tyler and Will, so I’d argue whoever goes tonight probably shouldn’t.
  • Last night on Strictly: an evening of pure joy, unencumbered by wigs and props and random themes.

We don’t ask for much around here, but can we have more of this please? Highlights : great dancing all round, and a brilliant effort from both the naturally gifted and the triers. You can tell how much everyone is loving the journey, and it makes for great telly.

  1. Also I’m obsessed with Imelda Shirley’s tiny shoe collection – absolutely going in next week’s bingo.
  2. Lowlights : Inconsistent scoring, poppies so ubiquitous they ceased to have meaning, this week’s judge/presenter wardrobe – barely had we got our head round Claudia’s wizard pyjamas when Motsi came out dressed as a split condom and Shirley danced down the stairs in a pubic jumpsuit.

Tess in a sparkly shirt, Claudia in a black jacket with a weird bra. SO much better than last night, in every possible way. Tonight’s opening pro dance brings a bit of commercial Bollywood to the Strictly dancefloor. It features Michelle and the rest of Strictly pro crew, along with Bollywood dancer Ramzan and a few of his backing dancers.

Who is in Strictly semi final?

Rainford and Gu go through to the semi finals along with Helen Skelton and Gorka Marquez, Will Mellor and Nancy Xu, Fleur East and Vito Coppola, and Hamza Yassin and Jowita Przystal.

Who was knocked out of Strictly Week 11?

Kym Marsh Eliminated From Strictly Come Dancing 2022.

Asked By: Dominic Young Date: created: Feb 16 2023

Who left Strictly on Saturday 13th November

Answered By: Landon Carter Date: created: Feb 19 2023

Tony Adams leaves Strictly Come Dancing due to injury

has become the seventh contestant to leave after withdrawing because of injury.The former Arsenal and England captain’s exit meant that Kiss FM DJ Tyler West and his partner, Dianne Buswell, went through to next week’s show without having to take part in a dance-off.Strictly’s host, Tess Daly, told the audience Adams was unable to participate in the dance-off due to an injury sustained on Saturday night, and so had decided to withdraw from the competition.

Adams,, said: “It’s been emotional guys, I cried for the first month. I came in here with one message: if you’ve got an issue with mental health then please don’t suffer in silence and reach out for help. “Little did I know that I was going to learn a lot about myself in the process.

  1. I thought this ‘journey’ rubbish was nonsense, but my god, the rollercoaster of emotion.
  2. I’ve got to be honest, it’s tough, physically it’s really tough out there, but dancing is really fantastic for you.
  3. Go out there and enjoy it and pick up new skills and explore.
  4. I suppose I had better mention this one hadn’t I – she is an exceptional human being, she really is.” Adams was popular with the studio audience but struggled to impress the judges during his time on the show, regularly finishing bottom of the leaderboard.

Last month, when head judge Shirley Ballas, awarded him and Jones a score of four after they danced the cha-cha-cha to the Grandstand theme tune, Adams cried out: “go home, Shirley.” He apologised the following week and Ballas paid tribute to him on Sunday, telling him: “You have given us 100% of your heart.

  1. You have grown week after week after week.
  2. You have become one of the nation’s favourite entertainers.
  3. On behalf of the judges, we’ve enjoyed watching every second, you are truly what this show is all about, and we can only wish you the very best as you move forward.” Jones told Adams: “I loved us, I loved that we didn’t care what people thought, we did every single dance our way! You have come here with a message, you led by example and put yourself out there, and showed everyone you can do anything.

And everyone deserves love and to be loved! I love you.” In the UK, the charity is available on 0300 123 3393 and on 0800 1111. In the US, is available on 800-273-8255. In Australia, support is available at on 1300 22 4636, on 13 11 14, and at on 1300 789 978 : Tony Adams leaves Strictly Come Dancing due to injury

Who got voted out of Dancing with the Stars?

Footballer Stephanie Roche has been given a red card and become the latest celebrity to be eliminated from Dancing With The Stars. The Shamrock Rovers ace fell foul to the public vote and ended up in the dance off against Suzanne Jackson. Earlier in the night, striker Stephanie swapped the glitzy dress for a red and white sparkly tracksuit as she danced the samba with her pro dance partner Ervinas Merfeldas.

READ MORE: BAFTAs 2023 LIVE: Irish stars win prizes at British Academy Film Awards in London Scoring just 19 points wasn’t enough for Stephanie and the Dubliner ended up in the dance off against Suzanne Jackson who danced a graceful American Smooth to I’ve Got You Under My Skin by Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga with her pro dance partner Michael Danilczuk.

Leaving the show, Stephanie thanked Ervinas, saying “he’s been very patient at times”, while Ervinas said she had given it her all. An emotional Stephanie said: “The more you get into it, the more you want to keep on getting better. You want to improve week on week so I feel like we achieved something.” Earlier in the night, Suzanne and Michael scored 25 points before they had to repeat the dance again after ending up in the dance off against Stephanie and Ervinas.

But judges Brian Redmond, Loraine Barry and Arthur Gourounlian chose to save Suzanne and Michael in the end. Brian previously said Stephanie’s samba to Con Calma by Daddy Yankee feat. Snow was a difficult samba and said it was one of her “better latin dances”. Loraine added she felt her “fight continued” from last week and she gave the dance her “blood, sweat and tears”.

“I salute your effort tonight. It was tremendous,” she said. Arthur said he felt she performed best out of heels but he felt she improved on Sunday night in her heels. Shane Byrne and Karen Byrne opened tonight’s show with a sparkling Jive to Land of 1000 Dances by Vinnie Jones.

The couple scored 20 points. Emily Barker added some rope into her choreography with her celebrity partner Carl Mullan. They danced a powerful tango to Sucker by the Jonas Brothers, impressing the judges. Loraine said her risk of dancing with a prop paid off. “There was this fiery fierce energy all the way through.

you really worked that lovely prop right in.I’m very impressed with the amount of tango steps you got in. “That was a great tango.” Brooke Scullion with her Dance Partner Robert Rowinski (Image: Kyran O’Brien/kobpix) Arthur said: “It’s official. I’m a sucker for you. Working with prop is very difficult. you showed another side tonight. Very sexy.” Brian added that it wasn’t a bad tango.

The pair scored 24 points. Panti Bliss and Denys Samson – who earned immunity on the show last week – danced an energetic salsa to Stupid Love by Lady Gaga, scoring 22 points from the judges. Arthur said Panti was “born to do salsa”, describing it as “loud, camp and bold – just like you”. Brian said Panti “disco-fied salsa” but he wasn’t overly impressed with the dance.

Comedian Kevin McGahern and Laura Nolan danced the quick step to Iggy Pop’s Lust For Life, scoring 26 points. Brian described it as “Kevin’s killing quickstep”, while Loraine praised the dance saying they “gave it socks”. Glee star Damien McGinty and Kylee Vincent scored two tens for their Charleston to No Swinggity by Minimatic Loraine praised the dance, saying her highlight was the lofts in their dance, saying they took her breath away, while Brian said while his dancing was “goofy” it was perfect for the Charleston.

The pair scored a massive 29 points, securing their place at the top of the leaderboard. Former Eurovision singer Brooke Scullion and her pro dance partner Robert Rowinski were praised for their lively jive to Lizzo’s ‘Am I Ready?’. Arthur praised the dance, saying it was “on point”, while Brian was impressed with their kick actions, joking they “nearly took my eyebrows off”.

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Who was voted off Strictly last night Week 7?

Who has been voted off the show so far? –

Week 2 Kaye Adams and Kai WiddringtonWeek 3 Richie Anderson and Giovanni PerniceWeek 4 Matt Goss and Nadiya BychkovaWeek 5 Jayde Adams and Karen HauerWeek 6 James Bye and Amy DowdenWeek 7 Ellie Simmonds and Nikita Kuzmin

Who was voted off Strictly last night Week 11?

Kym Marsh Eliminated From Strictly Come Dancing 2022.

Who went out of Strictly last night Week 7?

Strictly Come Dancing: week seven results – as it happened Show key events only Please turn on JavaScript to use this feature Well, that was emotional. Thank you all for joining in, has been one of my favourite Strictly weeks in ages. I’m off to do some out-of-time clapping in the Strictly studio next Saturday, so I’m leaving a supply teacher in charge of the liveblog – no idea who, but I’m sure they’ll be FABULOUS. A final dance for Ellie and Nikita Photograph: Guy Levy/BBC/PA I know the pros and celebs say lovely things about each other every week (friends for life, always), but it’s clear that the relationship between Ellie and Nikita has been something incredibly special.

It’s been a genuinely life-changing experience for Ellie, and I don’t think we’ll ever forget what she’s brought to the Strictly dancefloor. Who’s crying? I’m crying. All the judges vote to save Molly and Carlos, including Shirley. Which means ELLIE AND NIKITA are leaving the Strictly ballroom. Curse of the middle table, but also the curse of the Charleston.

That’s four out of six so far. Farewell to Ellie and Nikita Photograph: Guy Levy/BBC/PA Molly and Carlos are up first – the sugary theming of this Foxtrot was far too cutesy for me, but it’s a lovely dance from Molly – she’s one of the strongest dancers in the competition and she absolutely deserves to stay.

  • That said, this Charleston from Ellie S is also a brilliant showcase of the flawless partnership between her and Nikita – she’s been an outstanding performer from Week 1 and she also deserves to stay.
  • Funny thing is, if Craig had just given Ellie T the six she deserved this probably wouldn’t have happened.

It’s a strange old world. So who’s joining Ellie and Nikita in the bottom two? Helen and Gorka are safe, along with Will and Nancy, Tyler and Dianne and Kym and Graziano. Which means MOLLY AND CARLOS are in the dance off. WELL. That means the public saved Will, Tyler, Ellie T and Tony, AND gave Fleur a week off.

Molly was FOURTH on the leaderboard, out of ten couples. Neither Ellie S OR Molly deserve to go home, in my opinion – they are both fabulous. I suspect it might be Ellie Simmonds who ends up leaving, which is actually quite upsetting. Time for a musical interlude, courtesy of stage/screen actor Luke Evans.

He’s singing the Simon and Garfunkel classic ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’, from his album A Song For You, It’s a beautiful song and Luke is a fabulous singer, very much enjoying this. Can we just have turtlenecked Welsh singers who sound brilliant live, every week? I’d be totally fine with that.

  1. Ai and Nadiya are dancing, and now I’m thinking about how much Kai looks like Luke Evans.
  2. We all know that Kai and Nadiya are dating, right? Their Instagram is just one giant heart-eyes emoji.
  3. Also I’ve just looked up who’s doing the Sunday turn next weekend when I’m in the studio, and it’s Sheku Kanneh-Mason and Zak Abel.

Love a cello, and very hope Zak is singing this song because it’s GORGEOUS. So who is safely through to next week? Ellie and Johannes are safe, along with Fleur and Vito, Hamza and Jowita and Tony and Katya. First couple in the bottom two: ELLIE S AND NIKITA.

  1. Eek, that’s a big chunk of the bottom of the leader board safe, then – never let it be said your votes don’t count, for better or worse.
  2. The only ones on the leaderboard below Ellie S were Tyler and Will, so I’d argue whoever goes tonight probably shouldn’t.
  3. Last night on Strictly: an evening of pure joy, unencumbered by wigs and props and random themes.

We don’t ask for much around here, but can we have more of this please? Highlights : great dancing all round, and a brilliant effort from both the naturally gifted and the triers. You can tell how much everyone is loving the journey, and it makes for great telly.

Also I’m obsessed with Imelda Shirley’s tiny shoe collection – absolutely going in next week’s bingo. Lowlights : Inconsistent scoring, poppies so ubiquitous they ceased to have meaning, this week’s judge/presenter wardrobe – barely had we got our head round Claudia’s wizard pyjamas when Motsi came out dressed as a split condom and Shirley danced down the stairs in a pubic jumpsuit.

Tess in a sparkly shirt, Claudia in a black jacket with a weird bra. SO much better than last night, in every possible way. Tonight’s opening pro dance brings a bit of commercial Bollywood to the Strictly dancefloor. It features Michelle and the rest of Strictly pro crew, along with Bollywood dancer Ramzan and a few of his backing dancers.

Who went out of Strictly last night Week 5?

Strictly Come Dancing: week five results – as it happened Show key events only Please turn on JavaScript to use this feature And Week 5 is DONE – let’s never speak of it again. Thank you SO much for keeping me company and being brilliantly funny down below.

  1. Next week we’ll reconvene for the HALLOWEEN SPECIAL, so don’t forget your spooky snacks and ghoulish gladrags.
  2. Ick off is at 6.50pm, so I’ll see you then! Hx It’s clear that Strictly has been a religious experience for Jayde, and she and Karen have brought so much joy to the dancefloor this year.
  3. They say lovely things about each other and the Strictly team, then take to the floor to dance their final dance to ‘Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life’.

Exiting Strictly to this song in that wig seems like a double blow, somehow. ‘Well, it’s terrible really,’ says Anton, in a fleeting moment of self-awareness. All the judges save Molly and Carlos, including Shirley. Which means JAYDE AND KAREN are leaving Strictly this week.

  • And now Jayde and Karen are doing their Charleston again.
  • I worried last night that this wouldn’t work as a two-minute track – the comedy of the song only comes through in its five-minute glory.
  • So this dance needed to be either hilariously clever and funny or brilliantly danced, and sadly this was neither.

Molly and Carlos are up first, dancing their Couple’s Choice to the Grange Hill theme tune. There’s very little you can do with this music – like most theme tunes, it doesn’t really go anywhere. So an A to Carlos/the Strictly choreos for effort, even though it’s a C minus for execution.

  • Definitely not going in the Strictly Hall of Fame, this one.
  • Next week is the Halloween Spooktacular.
  • My beloved, who probably watches about four minutes of Strictly each week then mysteriously disappears to his workshop, has just said ‘ANOTHER theme week?’ Yes, my love, and you’re in charge of snacks.

So who’s joining Molly and Carlos in tonight’s dance-off? Hamza and Jowita are safe, along with Fleur and Vito, Ellie T and Johannes, Ellie S and Nikita and Tyler and Dianne! Which means JAYDE AND KAREN in the bottom two! That should easily go Molly and Carlos’s way, and Jayde clearly knows it.

  1. Also loving Shirley’s peach satin 70s housecoat, but it needs a pair of fluffy mules.
  2. Time for a musical interlude, courtesy of British singer Becky Hill.
  3. To be honest, I had to go and look her up because I’m 104.
  4. She’s singing a medley of her greatest hits whilst dressed as some fairground candyfloss.

Would 100% wear that outfit to Lidl, I love it. Dance-wise, Giovanni and Luba are being fabulous and sexy. More of them please. Someone has asked in the comment box if I’m in a bad mood. NO! I’m rarely in a bad mood. Will endeavour to be more sparkly. So who’s safely through to next week’s HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR? (dear god help us).

  1. James and Amy are safe, along with Kym and Graziano, Helen and Gorka, Will and Nancy and Tony and Katya.
  2. First couple in the bottom two: MOLLY AND CARLOS! Eek, wasn’t expecting that, but it seems only right that last night’s madness would be followed up by a bottom two hot mess.
  3. Having said that, I wouldn’t want to be up against M&C in the dance-off.

Last night on Strictly: somebody wiser than me once said that ‘madness lies somewhere between chaos and having a dream’. The dream was worthy, but the execution was very much on the chaos/madness border, heading south. Highlights: Kym’s dress, Ellie and Nikita’s Paso Doble, Johannes being Johannes, the opening pro dance.

  • Lowlights: literally everything else.
  • And we’re off! TESS AND CLAUDIA DRESS WATCH: Tess in red bandages, Claudia in something else but I was too transfixed by the red bandages.
  • Cue some slightly ropey editing, explaining that the following pro dance is a tribute to the BBC’s natural history programming.

If you have to explain it, it probably isn’t a very good dance. Did anyone ask Attenborough if he minded narrating Dianne wafting her dress and Nadiya flying over the Borehamwood savannah like some kind of climate change angel? God, this is dreadful. Well, that Antiques Roadshow was fabulous – enjoyed that very much.