Strictly Come Dancing 2016 results! Daisy Lowe and Lesley Joseph in the bottom two

Tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2016 results

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Daisy Lowe and Lesley Joseph are bottom two in tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2016 results.

It's a first appearance in the dance off for both although a lot more surprising for Daisy who was high up on the judges' scoreboard.

On Saturday, Daisy and her pro partner Aljaž Skorjanec danced the Charleston to 'Happy Feet' by Manhattan Rhythm Kings to score 32 points from the judges.

Lesley and her pro dancer Anton Du Beke had performed the Tango to the Gotan Project version of 'Whatever Lola Wants', scoring 24 marks from the judges.

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Lesley was second from bottom of the leaderboard while Daisy was fourth in the rankings, as Ed Balls survived again from last place.

As usual, the results from the public vote were added to the judges' scores to decide the bottom two in the dance off tonight.

First to be announced as in the dance off was Lesley as Anton assured her not to worry.

"I'm a bit disappointed, it's just strange," Lesley told host Tess Daly.

Len Goodman advised: "This was a full on, proper Tango. There was one or two little blunders, come back out, keep that mood, just iron out those couple of mistakes. Go on girl!"

Tess then confirmed that Daisy was also in the dance off. She said: "I do love that dance so it's okay!"

Tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2016 results

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Both Daisy and Lesley then danced again for the judges, who decided who should stay in the competition.

And it was a unanimous vote as the panel all chose to save Daisy and Aljaz.

Craig Revel Horwood said: “I love both couples for completely different reasons. But for me tonight, for precision, for an improved performance in this particular Dance Off, and finishing on time, the couple I would like to save is Daisy and Aljaž.”

Strictly Come Dancing 2016 returns next Saturday and Sunday night with the annual Halloween special.

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