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Fans are strictly devastated after spoiler leaks online – revealing which star was sent home

STRICTLY Come Dancing fans were devastated on Saturday night when the fired-for-home celeb was revealed online.

Horrified viewers reacted when they saw a spoiler claiming to reveal who got the boot – just a week before the show’s Blackpool special.


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After seeing the leaked results, one person reacted, “Oh my god I just saw the #Strictly Spoiler. No need to watch the show now.

Another tweeted: ‘I just want to know if the spoiler I saw is true because if so…they were announcing themselves as my winner’

A distressed third viewer typed: “Nooooo”

The Sun chose not to share Week 8 results.

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Fleur East topped the rankings on Strictly Come Dancing as the remaining nine couples battled it out for a place in next week’s Blackpool special.

It will see the BBC One show return to the prestigious Tower Ballroom after a two-year break due to the pandemic.

Former footballer Tony Adams was in danger of finding himself in the dance after his jive at Wilson Pickett’s Land Of 1,000 Dances fell flat with the judges, earning him just 24 and the final spot on the leaderboard.

Elsewhere, Will Mellor, Hamza Yassin and Kym Marsh all delivered routines dedicated to family, living and deceased.

Will and partner Nancy Xu waltzed to Commodores’ Three Times A Lady in memory of his father Bill, who died in April 2020 after being diagnosed with cancer two weeks earlier, earning 38 points and placing him second.

Hamza scored 38 points for his couple’s pick at Master KG’s Jerusalema remix featuring Burna Boy and Nomcebo Zikode, joining Mellor in second place.

And Kym Marsh and Graziano Di Prima danced an American sweetness to Chasing Cars, originally by Snow Patrol, dedicating the performance to his son Archie, who was born prematurely and died shortly thereafter.

The judges praised its “fragility” and “vulnerability” but noted a mistake halfway through.

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Another standout performance came from Molly Rainford, whose rumba to Whitney Houston’s All The Man That I Need earned her 37 points.

Her success came after she found herself in last week’s dance against Paralympic swimming champion Ellie Simmonds.

Fleur East and Vito Coppola won a near-perfect score of 39


Fleur East and Vito Coppola won a near-perfect score of 39