Strictly Come Dancing 2018 results and spoilers: Faye Tozer tops scores but who will go?

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Faye Tozer topped the latest Strictly Come Dancing 2018 scoreboard this weekend, but who will go in the results?

It was back to London this Saturday after last week’s Blackpool special and one more celebrity will be going this Sunday.


And after Saturday’s latest dances – and first ever Lindy Hop A Thon Challenge – there is a favourite to be packing their bags.

This weekend, November 24 and November 25, the remaining seven celebs and pro couples performed live once more.

Faye Tozer and Giovanni Pernice topped the scores, first with an impressive Waltz to See The Day by Dee C. Lee. Craig Revel Horwood loved it while Shirley Ballas described the routine as “exquisite” as the pair scored a near perfect 39 points.

That was a score matched by Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton who performed the Paso Doble which had both Shirley and Bruno Tonioli on their feet.

However Faye’s second placing in the Lindy-Hop-A-Thon saw her take a clear lead in the total scoreboard.

Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev last week achieved the first perfect 40 of the series but this week their Samba didn’t receive the same glowing reception from the judges, scoring 36 points.


But the couple won the Lindy-Hop-A-Thon, securing them a joint second placing overall alongside Stacey.

Strictly spoiler! Who will go in the results?

At the other end of the scoreboard, Graeme Swann suffered some hiccups with his Quickstep but it was Lauren Steadman who was bottom again after dancing the Salsa, getting just 23 points.

The pair also failed to impress in the Lindy Hop A Thon, with Lauren coming last and Graeme second to last.

> Strictly Come Dancing 2018: See tonight’s full leaderboard and scores

Having been in the dance off three times now, bookies make Graeme the hot favourite to finally say goodbye to the ballroom this weekend.


Aoife Heffron, Spokesperson for bookies BoyleSports commented: “Last weekend was Graeme’s third time in the dance-off, so should he fall short this week and find himself back in the bottom two, it’s unlikely that he will survive the chop for a fourth time.”

Find out who goes in the latest Strictly results show on Sunday 24th November at 7.15pm on BBC One.

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