Who left Strictly Come Dancing 'leaks online hours before results show'

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The latest Strictly Come Dancing 2019 results have reportedly been leaked online.

Strictly Come Dancing's eleventh live show aired on BBC One last night (November 30) ahead of the latest results episode airing this evening.

However who left Strictly has apparently already been revealed on social media websites such as Twitter.

Unlike the performances, the Strictly results show is pre-recorded meaning those in the studio audience are able to reveal who was eliminated before it airs on TV.

The result will only be officially confirmed when it is broadcast on BBC One tonight from 7:15PM.

On Twitter, some Strictly fans reacted with shock to the supposed leak.

"NOT THE RIGHT DECISION," one posted.

Another added: "Gutted. But tbh didn't want anyone to leave tonight, they where all so good"

Other viewers have begged show bosses to broadcast the results live.

One wrote: "Worse thing about strictly is not having the result show live. I hate seeing on my time line who’s gone. Especially when I don’t deliberately go looking for it. Kinda ruins the Sunday show for me
😕"

Another suggested: "Record both couples being eliminated and only revealing the actual eliminated couple when the show airs. #Strictly #StrictlySpoiler"

Saturday's eleventh live show saw all five of the remaining couples performing live once more in what was a Musicals themed special as Borehamwood net Broadway.

Karim Zeroual finished the evening top on the scoreboard with the very first perfect marks of the series, receiving 10s from all the judges.

At the bottom end of the leaderboard were Alex Scott and Chris Ramsey before viewer votes were combined with the judges' marks.

> Strictly Come Dancing 2019: See tonight's full leaderboard and scores.

Find out who goes in the latest Strictly results show on Sunday 1 December at 7.15pm on BBC One.

Alongside the results, there will be a guest performance from Idina Menzel.

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