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Strictly Come Dancing 2021 leaderboard! Week 10's scores and results revealed

Strictly spoiler! Tonight's Strictly results and scoreboard marks

AJ Odudu, Kai Widdrington - (C) BBC - Photographer: Guy Levy

Here are all the rankings and Strictly Come Dancing 2021 results from the scoreboard in Week 10 this evening.

Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden were the unlucky couple to leave last weekend and another celebrity will be heading home in tonight's results show.

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Saturday's episode saw all six of the remaining couples performing live once more, competing for a place in the Quarter-Final.

Judges Shirley Ballas, Anton Du Beke, Craig Revel Horwood and guest judge Cynthia Erivo marked all of the performances out of 40 as the competition got ever closer to next month's final.

At the end of the night, John Whaite was on top of the scoreboard with an almost perfect 39 points for his Argentine Tango.

Down at the bottom was Tilly Ramsay who scored 30 points after dancing a samba for her latest routine.

In Sunday's show, the panel's scores from last night's dances were combined with the results of the latest public vote to determine the bottom two dancers.

Those in the dance off were Rhys Stephenson and his partner Nancy Xu and Tilly Ramsay and her partner Nikita Kuzm. After performing again for the judges it was Tilly who left Strictly this week leaving Rhys and the other remaining couples one step closer to lifting the glitterball.

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Sunday's show also featured a new routine from the professionals and a music performance from Years & Years.

For now, recap the full leaderboard from Saturday's Strictly's 27 November show below...

Strictly Come Dancing 2021 scoreboard and scores - Week 10

Celebrity Dance Scores
Craig Cynthia Shirley Anton Total
John Whaite Argentine Tango 9 10 10 10 39
AJ Odudu Couple's Choice 9 8 10 9 36
Rhys Stephenson Waltz 7 9 10 9 35
Rose Ayling-Ellis Paso Doble 8 8 8 9 33
Dan Walker Rumba 6 9 8 8 31
Tilly Ramsey Samba 7 7 8 8 30
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