Strictly Come Dancing 2021 LIVE

STRICTLY Come Dancing will wave goodbye to a celebrity and their specialized partner TONIGHT after just two weeks of dancing.

The stars’ have had a fortnight to get to grips with the complexities of ballroom – but it will soon be the end of the road for one star.

Tonight’s show saw the leaderboard turned upside down as Dragons Den star Sara Davies shot from the bottom to the top with a Foxtrot.

While EastEnders actress Nina Wadia failed to impress the judges, scoring just 18 points for her tango, which could leave her in danger of elimination.

in other places, Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu impressed the panel with their vigorous Cha Cha – bagging an large score of 30.

Olympic gold-medallist Adam Peaty may have impressed last week – but his Quickstep fell flat, leaving him with a total score of 19 on Saturday’s show.

But it was young chef Tilly Ramsay who shot to the top of the leaderboard with a HUGE 34 points for her Charleston with pro dancer Nikita Kuzmin.

Nonetheless, the public vote could turn things upside down. Luckily fanswill only have to wait until tomorrow night to find out the consequence!

Read our Strictly Come Dancing live blog for the latest updates…

  • SALOON SELECTIVE

    Those dancers been putting in additional time with their fancy moves in this opening ordern.

    Costumes on fleek.

    Check them out!

  • MORE OF THIS PLEASE…

  • KEEEEEP DANCING

    And we’re on!

    Bring on the sparkles and hopefully lots more twerking!

  • KEEEEEP DANCING

    And we’re on!

    Bring on the sparkles and hopefully lots more twerking!

  • 20 MINUTE KLAXON

    Grab your cuppa tea, it’s time to settle by the TV to find out who is going to be the first celeb to go out of this year’s Strictly.

    Just not fair, is it?

  • EAST-END OF THE ROAD?

    Strictly fans are on tenterhooks to find out who is leaving tonight.

    EastEnders actress Nina Wadia failed to impress the judges, scoring just 18 points for her tango, which could leave her in danger of elimination.

    in other places, Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu impressed the panel with their vigorous Cha Cha – bagging an large score of 30.

  • AXE RIDDLE

    Strictly viewers are furious after the identity of tonight’s axed celeb has been leaked.

    Some are blaming the pro dancer’s choreography for the consequence, accusing the routine of making it “all about them”.

  • WHAT TIME IS STRICTLY ON TONIGHT?

    Showtime is at 7.05pm, and we can hardly wait.

    Cannot believe someone is going home tonight though….

    *screams*

  • CHEERING UP THE NATION

    Judi, 41, and Italian dancer Graziano got the most cheers from the audience – with many up dancing and chanting her name.

    Craig Revel Horwood said: “It was a technical disaster darling. But, I’m telling you, I loved you.

    “I really did and you know what your bottom should have its own show darling really.”

    An amazed Anton Du Beke additional: “I have never seen a twerk on Strictly Come Dancing!”

    Several viewers agreed on Twitter, with one writing: “How good is this years #Strictly ?! Absolutely loved Judi’s dance”

    Another raved: “Yes Judi! You reallly did shake that thing!! bright! Well done both of you.”

  • TWERK IT

    Can we get an amen for Judi? What’s not to Love about the lady who brought the first twerk to Strictly Come Dancing…

    Strictly viewers were obsessed with her samba to Sean Paul with pro dancer Graziano Di Prima to the Jamaican rapper’s hit Get Busy.

  • Fan fury

    Strictly viewers are furious after the identity of tonight’s axed celeb has been leaked.

    Some are blaming the pro dancer’s choreography for the consequence, accusing the routine of making it “all about them”.

    We are choosing not to show the identity of the celeb in order not to spoil it for those watching this evening.

    Some viewers are already predicting that the pro won’t be back next year.

    Read the article in complete here.

  • When is Strictly next on TV?

    Strictly’s continues tonight (October 3, 2021) at 7.05pm on BBC One.

    If you miss any of the action, you can catch up on the BBC iPlayer.

  • Ladbrokes new favourite to win

    AJ Odudu is the new favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing with Ladbrokes.

    After another showstopping routine AJ’s odds of winning were halved by the bookies into 5/2 (from 5/1) and the TV great number now sits in pole position to lift the glitterball trophy this year.

    Rose occupies second in the betting at 3/1, with John close behind at 10/3. Adam’s fancied at 5/1 with Rhys a 9/1 shot.

    Meanwhile, having finished bottom of the leader board in week one and then top in week two, Sara is now chalked up at 50/1 to go the whole way.

  • Fuelling rumours

    STRICTLY pro Nikita Kuzmin’s girlfriend Nicole Wirt has fuelled Tilly Ramsay curse rumours with a cryptic post about ‘sustain’.

    Just two weeks into the competition, speculation around Nikita and Tilly’s relationship has begun to swirl.

    specialized dancer Nicole has now shared a picture of a lonely figure with no sustain beside a mass of bodies eager to offer congratulations.

    Underneath the meme, Nicole wrote: “Don’t get fooled… It be like that” followed by a shh emoji.

    The Frankfurt-based dancer was initially complete of praise for Nikita and Tilly’s waltz in the first live show.

    However, those messages disappeared and she has not posted any backing the duo since The Sun’s images the following day of 19-year-old Tilly — daughter of TV chef Gordon — letting Ukrainian Nikita, 23, into her flat at night.

    Nicole had also posted a cryptic message online, saying: “Overthinking never rule me anywhere good…”

  • Tilly and Nikita grow closer

    TILLY Ramsay has introduced dance-partner Nikita Kuzmin to her uni-pals – after logging on for lessons during rehearsals.

    The daughter of TV chef Gordon has become “inseparable” from the 23-year-old Strictly-pro during their training. 

    A source said: “Due to Strictly training, Tilly is having to combine uni with dancing but she has been able to successfully mix things up.

    “She’s been logging into lessons online from rehearsals and last week took the chance to introduce Nikita to some of her mates.

    “It was a bit surreal for everyone else but Tilly is hoping she is going to be part of the show for many more weeks so she thought it was important her uni colleagues got the chance to say hello. 

    “Since being paired Tilly and Nikita have been inseparable.

    “They’ve probably put in more hours of training than any other associate and have become really good friends.”

  • Viewers open-mouthed at Adam Peaty’s very obvious trouser problem

    STRICTLY Come Dancing fans couldn’t take their eyes off Olympian Adam Peaty’s tight trousers as he danced the quickstep with pro partner Katya Jones.

    The Olympic Gold Medalist, 26, dressed to impress on the BBC One competition tonight in grey trousers and a checked shirt.

    But the look left something to be desired in the eyes of people watching at home.

    Dozens claimed that they’d spotted one big problem with Adam’s high-waisted trousers as he danced to Are You Gonna Be My Girl by Jet.

    One said: “Could anyone truly watch Adam’s dance? All i could see was that grotesque wedgie!”

    Another scoffed: “The Strictly stylist is on a mission to make @adam_peaty’s trousers tighter every week aren’t they?”

  • Ladbrokes new favourite to win

    AJ Odudu is the new favourite to win Strictly Come Dancing with Ladbrokes.

    After another showstopping routine AJ’s odds of winning were halved by the bookies into 5/2 (from 5/1) and the TV great number now sits in pole position to lift the glitterball trophy this year.

    Rose occupies second in the betting at 3/1, with John close behind at 10/3. Adam’s fancied at 5/1 with Rhys a 9/1 shot.

    Meanwhile, having finished bottom of the leader board in week one and then top in week two, Sara is now chalked up at 50/1 to go the whole way.

  • Recap: Who won Strictly last year?

    Bill Bailey and Oti Mabuse won Strictly Come Dancing 2020 beating HRVY, Maisie Smith and Jamie Laing in the grand final.

    The 55-year-old comedian made history as he became the oldest contestant to take home the Glitterball trophy.

    And Oti became the first-ever specialized dancer to win the show two years in a row.

    great number Tess Daly announced the consequence as the nine-week series came to an end early because of coronavirus.

    Bill, HRVY and Maisie all finished top of the leaderboard with a total of 88 points from three dances.

    They were followed by Jamie in last place, with 84 after failing to land a ten from Craig Revel Horwood.

  • Emotional Disco dance

    STRICTLY Come Dancing fans were left in tears tonight when Greg Wise dedicated his disco routine to his late sister Clare.

    His emotional tribute moved many viewers at home as the 55-year-old revealed he was his sister’s carer in the final months of her life.

    The actor – best known for starring in Sense and Sensibility alongside his wife Emma Thompson – danced to If You Could Read My Mind by Ultra Naté, Amber and Jocelyn Enrique.

    In a video that played before he took to the dancefloor with pro partner Karen Hauer, Greg revealed: “My sister was first diagnosed with breast cancer and she had the brutal treatment of chemotherapy.

    “But I don’t think she was ever out of the woods, because it was found out early on she had bone cancer and she died a year later.

    “It is one of the hardest things when you are with someone you love and you are witnessing their pain and fear and you are working out what you can do to mitigate that.”

  • When will Tom Fletcher return to Strictly Come Dancing?

    The celebrity dancer will only be allowed back on the show if he tests negative in time for next week’s show.

    A BBC spokesman this week told The Sun: “Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden have tested positive for Covid-19.

    “The pair are now self-isolating separately following the latest government guidelines.

    “While they will both miss Saturday’s live show, Strictly Come Dancing protocols average that all being well, they will return the following week.”

    However, it is feared Tom might miss another show if he feels unwell when the isolation period is over.

    A source said: “Amy and Tom need to be secluded until Tuesday at the minimum and then they will have to undergo another Covid test and make sure they are fit and well enough to aim.

  • Judi Love twerks to the samba with Graziano Di Prima

    Strictly viewers were obsessed with Judi Love’s twerking to Sean Paul during an vigorous samba tonight.

    Fans absolutely loved Judi’s performance with pro dancer Graziano Di Prima to the Jamaican rapper’s hit Get Busy.

    Judi, 41, and Italian dancer Graziano got the most cheers from the audience – with many up dancing and chanting her name.

    “Craig, I know you enjoyed it because I saw your confront,” presenter Tess Daly remarked after the pair headed over to get the judges’ feedback.

    Craig Revel Horwood replied: “It was a technical disaster darling. But, I’m telling you, I loved you.

    “I really did and you know what your bottom should have its own show darling really.”

  • Craig shocks viewers as he snipes at new estimate Anton

    Craig Revel Horwood has shocked fans with his open sniping at fellow estimate Anton Du Beke.

    The panel’s Mr Nasty was back at his fiery best tonight and couldn’t resist aiming some of his venom at his fellow estimate.

    Giving critiques to Katie McGlynn, Anton admitted he missed one of her mistakes.

    He said: “Luckily for you, I didn’t truly notice the mistakes. I might have been jotting something down so you might have got one passed me.

    “I enjoyed the performance and your acting – you’re a fine actress. You brought that to the performance.”

    However, as Craig wasn’t going to let Anton’s slip go.

    “Anton you need to keep a watchful eye, darling,” he said as he began his own critique.

    “A little observe for Anton,” he additional to boos.

  • Ugo Monye has discarded over a stone since training

    Ugo Monye has revealed he’s discarded over A STONE in just three weeks of training with Strictly Come Dancing specialized partner Oti Mabuse.

    The former player, 38, who has been rehearsing for up to eight hours a day with two-time winner Oti, 31, already compared his pre-training stomach to a beer keg.

    He said: “We’ve been training for three weeks and I’ve lost 15 pounds.

    “Lockdown three I went hard for it, I ate and drank in any case I wanted so I had 15 pounds to lose, trust me.

    “The show couldn’t have come at a better time. I use my smart watch to clock how many steps just because I don’t think people appreciate that dancing is a true athletic sport.”

  • Adam Peaty admits he understands why the show’s ‘curse’ happens

    Strictly’s Adam Peaty admits he understands why couples are moved by the show’s famous ‘curse’.

    The Olympic swimming champion, 26, is having a blast learning a new skill and being put by his paces by pro dancer Katya Jones, 32.

    And while he’s in a happy relationship with girlfriend Eiri Munro, 23, Adam says he can see why relationships blossom in the rehearsal room.

    Demonstrating a saucy manoeuvre during an interview with The Times, he said: “My hips are here, hers are here, and then we do this… You get close. I can see how it happens.”

    Adam and artist Eiri met on Tinder at the beginning of 2020 and within months were expecting their son George.

  • Strictly fans furious after axed celeb is leaked

    Strictly viewers are furious after the identity of tonight’s axed celeb has been leaked.

    Some are blaming the pro dancer’s choreography for the consequence, accusing the routine of making it “all about them”.

    We are choosing not to show the identity of the celeb in order not to spoil it for those watching this evening.

    Some viewers are already predicting that the pro won’t be back next year.

    Meanwhile last night we revealed how several pro dancers have called in their union in the Strictly vaccines row — as ex-head estimate Len Goodman blasted the “madness” of pressing ahead without mandatory jabs.



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