Strictly Come Dancing 2016 results: Judge Rinder vows to keep dancing with Oksana Platero

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Judge Rinder has said he'll keep dancing after being booted out of Strictly Come Dancing 2016.

The TV judge lost his place in last night's results show but hopes to keep his Salsa hips going with pro partner Oksana Platero.

At the weekend the top five remaining couples danced to impress the viewers at home as well as judges Len Goodman, Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood in the Quarter Fnals.

In Sunday night's results, the marks from the judges were added together and combined with the results of the viewer vote.

Who left Strictly Come Dancing 2016 last night?

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Those in the bottom two were Sports Presenter Ore Oduba and his professional partner Joanne Clifton, and star of Judge Rinder Robert Rinder and his professional partner Oksana Platero.

It was the second time in the dance off for both but for one it was the last and it was Judge Rinder who left Strictly Come Dancing 2016 this week with a unanimous decision from the judges to save Ore.

Following his exit, Judge Rinder said his experience on Strictly Come Dancing this year "wonderful and extraordinary".

"I used to watch Strictly and hear people talking about their journeys and I would groan like everybody else, but that is exactly what I have done, I have been on a journey with Oksana. It's been one of the most profound joys of my life," he enthused despite leaving.

Pro dancer Oksana added: "He is a man of many words and I am a woman of only a few words, and I love him."

And Judge Rinder added: “We are going to Salsa Club! I actually want to keep up with some of the ballroom stuff and want to keep up with the foxtrot.

“In fact I am going to open my own club and call it Foxtrot and Cocktails!”

Strictly Come Dancing 2016 continues Saturday and Sunday night on BBC One.

Judge Rinder and Oksana will appear on BBC Two's It Takes Two tonight from 6:30PM.

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