Strictly Come Dancing spoiler leak leaves fans “so upset” by rumors elimination

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Strictly Come Dancing fans have been devastated, after an online leak revealed which dance star is said to be heading into tomorrow’s dance.
There was fierce competition on tonight’s show which saw HRVY break a Strictly record and dominate the standings, followed closely by Maisie Smith.

Although fans have to wait for Sunday’s installment on BBC One to hear the results, a certain Twitter account appears to have given the name of the eliminated candidate.

While elimination has yet to be confirmed, the Twitter account has been a long-standing way for fans to find out who is leaving.



Fans were devastated by the rumors

However, rumors have also been made harder to confirm this year as there are no crowds in the studios.

Despite the uncertainty over tomorrow’s eliminated candidate, that hasn’t stopped Twitter viewers from getting excited about the latest leak.

“I hope it’s b *******! Wrote a Twitter user.

“No surprise to be honest,” wrote another.



There were some harsh reviews during tonight’s installment of Strictly Come Dancing

“Is that just a guess or do you have something tangible,” another profile asked.

Another user wrote: “Strictly spoilers ………. I’m so upset what the f *** ”

MirrorOnline has chosen not to reveal who is leaving the competition or where the news can be found.

While Saturday’s show saw the remaining celebrities take to the dance floor with their professional partners, the elimination airs on Sunday.



Leak reveals who would be sent home this week

Come dance strictly 2020

The last two are decided by a public vote while the final result is decided by the judges, after the two pairs have performed in an off dance.

Tonight’s show saw the judges give rave reviews, but also point out several small mistakes and details among the star-studded cast’s performances.

Strictly Come Dancing continues Sunday at 7:25 p.m. on BBC1

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