Strictly Come Dancing 2016 results! Ore Oduba tops scores but who's going home?

Strictly spoilers! Results from tonight's show!


Tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2016 results are in but who topped the scores and who could be out next?

After all ten celebrities performed, Ore was top of tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2016 scoreboard but Ed was left bottom - again.

Of course the scores will be added to the public vote before the bottom two in the dance off Sunday night are confirmed.

Strictly Come Dancing recap!

Opening the show tonight were Judge Rinder and Oksana who danced an army themed Jive to 'Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy' by The Andrews Sisters. "You put the camp into bootcamp," Len Goodman remarked as the pair scored their highest marks to date.

Lesley became a fortune teller for her Tango with Anton to the Gotan Project version of 'Whatever Lola Wants' but Craig Revel Horwood didn't think it was the dance for her.

Natalie Lowe, Greg Rutherford
Natalie Lowe, Greg Rutherford

Greg struggled as he and Natalie danced Cha Cha to 'We Found Love' by Rihanna. Darcey Bussell told him: "There will always be one dance that isn't yours, sadly this one isn't yours."

With Brendan ill, Anastacia danced her Quickstep with Gorka tonight, performing to 'My Kind of Town' by Frank Sinatra. "Your best dance!" declared Len, sorry Brendan!

Louise and Kevin performed the Rumba to the Michael Buble version of 'Always on My Mind' underneath the Eiffel Tower with Bruno Tonioli describing the routine as "elegant and chic".

Ed had a bit of a dance disaster with a dodgy lift in his and Katya's American Smooth to '(Is This The Way To) Amarillo' by Tony Christie.

It was a very different story for Ore and Joanne who Waltzed to the Claudia Streza version of 'I Will Always Love You' in what the judges branded an "incredible" performance.

Daisy and Aljaz's unique Charleston to 'Happy Feet' by Manhattan Rhythm Kings had Darcey raving, left Len happy and even Craig thought it was brilliant!

Aljaz Skorjanec, Daisy Lowe
Aljaz Skorjanec, Daisy Lowe

Danny gave us the first male celebrity Rumba of the series, dancing the difficult routine with partner Oti to the Sam Smith version of 'How Will I Know'. "Those hips have plenty of life in them!" said an impressed Bruno, who wanted to see it again.

Closing the show were Claudia and AJ closed the show with a speedy Samba to 'Young Hearts Run Free' by Candi Staton but it was a bit too fast for Len.

Laura Whitmore did NOT perform due to injury and is automatically through to next weekend.

Who was your favourite on tonight's Strictly Come Dancing? Tell us in the comments below!

Remember, the Strictly results show is on Sunday at 7.15pm on BBC One as another celebrity is sent home.

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