BBC Strictly Come Dancing fans 'horrified' by exit spoiler as eighth couple to leave during Blackpool week
19.11.2023 - 12:17
Strictly Come Dancing fans have said they are 'horrified' as the latest celebrity to leave the competition as leaked. Fans who couldn't wait until Sunday evening (November 19) to find out who was the latest couple to leave the competition have been sharing their thoughts on the latest dance-off and elimination.
The hit BBC One dance show returned to screens on Saturday night (November 18) but it wasn't any old live show as it was brought to viewers direct from Blackpool.
As per the show's annual tradition, the competition's remaining couples and the hosts, judges and crew headed to the seaside town where week nine of the 2023 series was broadcast live from the iconic Tower Ballroom as the battle for the Glitterball continued.
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After an epic opening number from the show's group of talented professional dancers, EastEnders star Bobby Brazier and his professional dance partner Dianne Buswell were the first couple to dance. The pair brought colour and fun to the famous venue and performed a jive to Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham!
Angela Rippon then took to the floor for her "full circle" moment. The veteran broadcaster returned to Blackpool decades after hosting Come Dancing, the classic inter-regional amateur dance contest that inspired Strictly Come Dancing, as she performed an American Smooth to Tea for Two by Ella Fitzgerald.
Actor and West End star Layton Williams and his dance partner Nikita Kuzmin were praised for their pole-based routine to Ain’t No Other Man by Christina Aguilera during Saturday evening's live episode while
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