There was more bad news for the boys in tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2015 results as another of them left.
Ainsley Harriott has become the latest to be eliminated after the latest dance off this evening.
As always, in tonight's results, the judges’ scores were combined with the results of the viewers’ votes to decide the lowest scoring two couples to face each other in the dance off. This week, it was Celebrity Chef Ainsley and his partner Natalie Lowe and Singer and Presenter Jamelia and her professional partner Tristan MacManus.
It was the second time for both couples in the bottom to as each performed their routines again; Ainsley and Natalie performed their Jive to ‘Shake, Rattle and Roll’ by Bill Haley and the Comets and Jamelia and Tristan did their Foxtrot to ‘Because You Loved Me’ by Celine Dion in a bid to impress the judges and remain in the competition.
It was then over to the judges who delivered their verdicts:
Craig said: “The couple I think that danced the best on the night is Jamelia and Tristan.”
Darcey said: “I so enjoyed both performances and this is incredibly difficult but the couple I would like to save is Jamelia and Tristan.”
Bruno also chose to save Jamelia and Tristan saying: “Well I would like the couple that danced the best tonight to stay and that couple is Jamelia and Tristan.”
As Bruno agreed with Darcey and Craig, Jamelia and Tristan were safely through to next week. Head Judge Len Goodman said that he agreed with his fellow colleagues.
After leaving the competition, Ainsley said: “It’s been absolutely amazing. I’m sad that it can’t continue but I made a couple of mistakes and the judges are spot on, they know exactly what they are talking about. I’m sad for you Natalie I really am. I wanted to push on a little bit more but it wasn’t meant to be.”
Natalie added: “I think you are one of the loveliest men I’ve ever met. What you see is what you get with Ainsley. From the people in the street to the judges, everyone speaks so highly of you and you are such a gentleman and you’ve been a dream to work with. I’m sorry we couldn’t go further. We have had a lot of fun in rehearsals.”
Sunday’s results show also featured a performance from rock legend Bryan Adams and he was joined by professional dancers, Pasha Kovalev and Ola Jordan, on the dance floor.
The remaining eleven couples will return to the dance floor next weekend for the spookiest event in the Strictly Come Dancing calendar. It will be Fright Night in the studio, bringing spiders, witches, broomsticks and ghosts to the Strictly ballroom for this year’s Halloween special.
Strictly Come Dancing will be back on Saturday 31st October at 6.35pm with the results show on Sunday 1st November at 7.15pm on BBC One.