The Greatest Dancer dropped to a series low in last night's (Saturday, January 27) viewing figures.
Presented by current BGT judge Alesha Dixon and Diversity star Jordan Banjo, the format features a trio of dance captains - singer Cheryl, Strictly Come Dancing professional Oti Mabuse and Broadway star Matthew Morrison - overseeing the contestants.
The show opened with 4.7 million viewers but episode four on Saturday night saw just under 3.5 million turning in, based on overnight figures.
In the latest instalment, Cheryl, Oti and Matthew each picked three acts for the live shows that begin next Saturday.
Airing from 7:20PM next weekend, the next stage of the competition will see each of the dancers set a challenge that they must take on with their Dance Captain to create a performance that will impress the viewers at home and keep them in the competition.
Meanwhile, The Voice UK last night saw its viewing figures climb slightly as its continued with its blind auditions at the same time.
Jennifer Hudson, Olly Murs, Will.i.am and Sir Tom Jones all return to the spinning red chairs for the eighth series of the singing show, once more fronted by Emma Willis.
The Voice UK rose slightly for a second week in a row, recording a figure of just over 5 million viewers for its fourth round of blind auditions. The series continues at 8PM next Saturday with more from its auditions.
The Voice 2019 last night proved to be the most watched show across all channels on Saturday, with just over 4.5 million watching a new episode of Celebrity Catchphrase beforehand.
Over on BBC One, The FA Cup match between Millwall and Everton averaged just under 4 million viewers.