BBC Strictly Come Dancing eliminates eighth celebrity following tense dance off
19.11.2023 - 20:13
Angela Rippon is the eighth celebrity to be eliminated on Strictly Come Dancing following a tense dance off with Bobby Brazier during Sunday's results show. The 79 year old and her partner Kai Widdrington, 28, faced EastEnders star Bobby, 20, and Dianne Buswell in the dreaded dance-off after the two couples received the least amount of votes from the public. Angela and Kai performed their American Smooth to Tea For Two by Ella Fitzgerald again, while Bobby and Dianne performed their Jive to Wake Me Up Before You Go Go by Wham! in a bid to impress the judges at the iconic Blackpool Tower Ballroom.
Following their performances the judges - Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke and Shirley Ballas - delivered their verdicts. “Well, there’s a standout performance for me that I can’t ignore and the couple that I would like to save are Bobby and Dianne," Craig said, while Motsi added: “I felt that both couples danced so beautifully. Really one of the most beautiful dance offs we have had.
I am going to save Bobby and Dianne.” Anton also chose Bobby and Dianne, saying: “Well again, I thought it was a marvellous dance off. Both couples danced very, very well. I thought Bobby and Dianne danced excellently again.
"I thought that Angela and Kai’s dance was beautiful and Angela even thanked one of the other dancers for lifting her and putting her down so gracefully which I thought was absolutely beautiful. For me the couple I would like to save are Bobby and Dianne.” Anton, Craig and Motsi's vote meant Bobby and Dianne had already won the dance off, but Shirley also added that she would have chosen to save the pair as well. As host Tess Daly asked her about her time on Strictly, Angela said: "I have to tell you that the
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