Strictly Come Dancing Announces Third Celebrity Kill – .

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Strictly Come Dancing Announces Third Celebrity Kill – .


the one tonight Come dance strictly the results saw Greg Wise leave the competition, after the judges preferred his competitor’s dance routine.

The results show that the dance saw Wise and her professional dance partner Karen Hauer take on Judi Love and her partner Graziano di Prima, after the judges’ scores and viewer votes were combined.

This week marked the second time Love has been in the final two in this series, with Katie McGlynn being sent home last week after competing against the Cowardly Women Star.

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The judges chose to save Love again after the dance, ending Wise’s time on Strictly.

Craig Revel Horwood said: “Well the judges had this opportunity to save the best dancer, and for me tonight the best dancer – Judi and Graziano. Motsi agreed, saying, “I feel like both couples made mistakes… but I think a couple have recovered from the situation a bit better, so I’m going to save Judi and Graziano.” “

Anton explained his decision, saying, “Well, I felt both couples were nervous during the dance, which isn’t really surprising, and they both made a lot of mistakes. But the couple who kind of kept an element of calm through the dancing, and who were slightly better, I thought, were Judi and Graziano. “

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While it wouldn’t have made a difference to tonight’s outcome, Shirley was also asked who she would have saved – and based on the dance performances, she would have voted to save Greg and Karen.

Wise and Hauer performed a samba at ‘Macarena’ by Los Del Rio on last night’s show, which left them at the bottom of the judges’ standings with just 19 points, suggesting the duo are in danger of being knocked out.

“I want to do the dance right – I messed it up a lot,” said Greg upon hearing that he and Karen were in the dance. On Saturday’s show, he openly told the judges he felt “very nervous” during his performance as they gave their reviews.

On hearing that they were going to be leaving the competition, Greg said, “I had a great time. I feel incredibly privileged, so thank you all for having me. and when host Tess Daly asked him if he was planning on continuing to dance, he said yes – he would!

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Karen is full of praise for her partner, saying “It was awesome. Thanks for the amazing lunches! (Greg joked “I know! They’re going to stop now!”)

“Thank you so much for the quality of the work, and just for being amazing, amazing student. I really enjoyed our time in class and just having fun with you. Thank you. I really appreciated. Hope you have it too. “

Although Wise is the third celebrity to be banned from the show by the judges, he’s not the only contestant to leave. Strictly this week, when actor Robert Webb left the show on medical advice.

Former rugby player Ugo Monye also retired from the live show this week due to injury, saying: “Unfortunately, I won’t be able to dance on the show this weekend. Gutted Oti and I won’t be dancing this weekend but I wish all the other candidates good luck and I will cheer them on from home! “

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It remains to be seen whether Ugo will be able to return next week alongside his pro partner Oti Mabuse.

Despite this, the show went smoothly this week, with exciting routines performed in front of judges Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke, Craig Revel Horwood and Shirley Ballas.

Tonight’s results show also saw Westlife perform their new single ‘Starlight’, taken from their 12th studio album. Wild things, which comes out Wednesday.

Come dance strictly 2021 continues Saturday (October 23) on BBC One.

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