The broadcast of the results is also filmed on Saturday evening, making the result difficult to keep a secret and it appears that a member of the public has spilled the fuse.
The Daily Record chose not to share the result but we can tell you that the public vote divided the judges, who are forced to save a famous dancer.
Saturday night’s show got off to a flying start as Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu kicked off the show with an energetic Cha Cha.
After receiving a mixed reaction from the judges, Rhys still managed to earn a total score of 30, according to The Mirror.
Former EastEnders star Nina Wadia and her tango partner Neil Jones then took to the dance floor.
Unfortunately, the jury was not entirely impressed as Craig Revel Horwood gave some really bad comments and the pair scored a total of just 18.
Craig gave Nina a three, while the rest of the panel gave her and Neil a five each.
Olympic champion Adam Peaty was the third celebrity to perform and tried out the Quickstep with professional partner Katya Jones.
Although he seems “nervous”, Adam received many helpful comments from the judges to move forward in the competition.
“I want to do well but I want to have fun,” Adam told host Claudia Winkleman as he received a total score of 19.
After Adam, former Coronation Street star Katie McGlynn and Spanish dancer Gorka Marquez, who performed a Jive to Good 4 U by Olivia Rodrigo.
Judge Anton Du Beke told Katie that she was “a good actress” but that it was “not your best” while Craig bluntly said he didn’t like dancing and described her as “Stompy”.
However, Katie continued to smile and confirmed to Claudia that Gorka wrote the dance as a script.
The pair received a total score of 21 as they pocketed a six from Motsi Mabuse and Anton.
British Bake Off star John Whaite rose straight to the top of the charts when he and Johannes Radebe danced the Cha Cha at Starstruck by Years & Years.
The couple received a total of 31 and were stunned when they received a personal message from Years & Years singer Olly Alexander.
TV presenter AJ Odudu was next as she danced the Foxtrot with beginning professional Kai Widdrington.
AJ managed to make his way to the top of the leaderboards and was teamed up with Bake Off Star John after also receiving a score of 31.
TV star Judi Love left the jury stunned when she performed a racy samba with her professional partner Graziano Di Prima on Sean Paul’s Get Busy track.
After rocking her butt in a sexy silver dress and strictly doing her first twerking, Judi was rated 25.
Then, the actor Robert Webb who took his serious air by dancing the tango with his partner Diane Buswell.
Robert had clearly taken things up a notch as he scored seven more points than in week one and received a total score of 27.
EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis once again wowed the judges with a fabulous salsa and pocketed a fabulous total of 26.
Dragons’ Den Sara Davies was said to be “the biggest improvement of the week” after performing the Foxtrot with Aljaž Škorjanec.
In fact, Judge Anton was so impressed with Sara’s routine that he asked him if he could perform it with her someday soon.
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The blonde star was left speechless when she scored 34 and climbed straight to the top of the rankings.
The second closing week was Tilly, 19, of Gordon Ramsay, who danced a very impressive Charleston with his partner Nikita Kuzmin.
The student also managed to take a score of 34, which puts her at the top of the table in place of Sara.
Strictly Come Dancing: The Results will air Sunday at 7:05 p.m. on BBC One.
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