Another celebrity has left Strictly Come Dancing 2016 in last night's results.
Yesterday evening's show saw another dance off (Hurrah!) but it was the end of the road for one more celebrity contestant.
Who left Strictly Come Dancing last night?
It was BBC Breakfast Presenter Naga Munchetty who became the fourth celebrity to depart the dance floor in Strictly Come Dancing 2016, following Will Young's unplanned exit last week.
The judges’ scores were combined with the results of the viewers’ vote to decide the two lowest scoring couples to face each other in the dance off. This week, that was Naga and her professional partner Pasha Kovalev and Anastacia and her professional partner Brendan Cole.
As usual, both couples performed their routines again in the dance off for the judges.
Naga and Pasha did their Charleston to ‘Minnie The Mermaid’ by Firehouse Five Plus Two and Anastacia and Brendan performed their Rumba to ‘The Way We Were’ by Barbra Streisand.
It was then over to the judges who voted unanimously to save Anastacia and Brendan.
Craig Revel Horwood said: “The couple who I thought danced actually the best in this dance-off this evening was Anastacia and Brendan.”
Darcey Bussell added: “It’s always incredibly difficult when it gets to this and very hard but the couple I would like to save because of their performance value and natural artistry is Anastacia and Brendan.”
Bruno Tonioli commented: “Well I would go for the couple that delivered a much cleaner, slicker and more rounded performance, very convincing tonight, Anastacia and Brendan.”
Strictly Come Dancing 2016 results
Although he didn't need to vote, Head Judge Len Goodman said he agreed with his colleagues and that he would have also saved Anastacia and Brendan.
As a result, Naga and Pasha bowed out of the competition.
When Tess asked Naga what was her highlight from the show, Naga said, “This week. Getting to know Pasha, working with Pasha, I’ve loved every minute of it, your patience, your brilliance with your choreography and just being the best teacher I’ve ever had.”
Naga’s professional partner, Pasha said, “Thank you for being the best student I’ve ever had, so determined and so much fun all the time.”
The remaining eleven couples will take to the dancefloor next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 22nd October at 6.35pm with the results show on Sunday 23rd October at 7.15pm on BBC One.