Strictly Come Dancing results and spoilers: Stacey Dooley tops scores but who will go?
Here’s a spoiler-filled recap of tonight’s Strictly Come Dancing 2018 latest live show.
So far two couples have left the competition – and tonight the remaining dancing duos performed a new selection of dazzling ballroom and Latin routines.
The pairs once again tried to impress ballroom bigwigs Shirley Ballas, Dame Darcey Bussell, Bruno Tonioli and Craig Revel Horwood, who were watching their every move before passing their verdicts.
This weekend it was Stacey and Kevin who topped the scores after performing the Foxtrot to ‘Hi Ho Silver Lining’ by Jeff Beck. It scored the pair their best marks yet, with 33 points from the judges.
They eclipsed last week’s scoreboard leaders, Faye and Giovanni, who had the first Rumba of the series. Their routine to to ‘Chandelier’ by Sia saw them score 29 points, matched by Vick and Graziano Quickstep to ‘Can’t Hurry Love’.
Also doing well this week once more were Ashley and Pasha who scored 32 points for their Tango to ‘Look What You Made Me Do’ by Taylor Swift.
At the other end of the scoreboard, Katie and Gorka’s Jive left them bottom with just 18 points while the Samba proved challenging for Kate and Aljaz, scoring 20 marks.
Charles and Karen hoped to bounce back from the dance off last week, where it was Lee Ryan who left Strictly, however their Salsa put them in the bottom half of the table with 25 points.
The total judges’ marks from the past two weeks will now be combined with the results from the latest public vote tonight.
The two celebrity couples in the bottom two of the overall rankings will find themselves having to dance again in tomorrow night’s (Sunday) results show.
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Remember, Strictly is back Sunday night on BBC One with the results from 7:45PM.
As well as the results, there will be a special group number from the professional dancers and a musical performance from the Backstreet Boys, who are performing a medley of their greatest hits.