Strictly Come Dancing 2021: Sarah Davis is the seventh celebrity to be kicked out of the show

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Sarah Davis And their professional dance partner Aljaz Skorzenyk became the seventh couple to drop out of Strictly Come Dancing this year after facing off against Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin at Sunday’s Dance Off.

Sara and Aljaz performed their Argentine Tango to No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) by Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand for a second time to impress the judges. Craig Ravel Horwood, motsi mabuse, Anton Du Beke, Chief Justice, Shirley Ballas.

Tilly and Nikita perform their Quickstep to I Won’t Dance by Damita Joe.

Dream Over: Sarah Davis and her professional dance partner Aljaz Skorzenyk on Sunday became the seventh couple to drop out of this year’s Strictly Come Dancing

Craig chose to save Tilly and Nikita, explaining: ‘It’s a really difficult decision because I gave both couples 7 on Saturday night.

‘So much, very similar that made the decision even more difficult, but I think for me, the couple that stood out a little more and had the edge – Tilly and Nikita.’

Motsi decided to save Tilly and Nikita, saying: ‘Looking at this dance off, I have to say there were three factors that decided it for me; There were details, nerves and a very strong competitor so I’m saving Tilly and Nikita.’

Anton also saved Tilly and Nikita.

Dance again: He encounters Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin, who found themselves in dance again

Dance again: He encounters Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin, who found themselves in dance again

Oh dear: the couple anxiously waited to see who would be saved

Oh dear: the couple anxiously waited to see who would be saved

He gave his verdict saying, ‘Okay, I guess if you ever wanted to do Strictly Come Dancing, this is the year to survive.

‘The standard is so high and any of these doubles could have made it to the finals any other year.

‘Based on this dance off and this dance off alone, which was so strong, I’m just going to give Tilly and Nikita the edge.’

With three votes to Tilly and Nikita, it meant they had won a majority vote and Chief Justice would leave the contest regardless of Shirley’s decision.

However, she confirmed that she would have decided to save Tilly and Nikita, saying: ‘Yes, I would have saved Tilly and Nikita.’

Tango: Sara and Aljaz Perform Their Argentine Tango to No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) by Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand

Tango: Sara and Aljaz Perform Their Argentine Tango to No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) by Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand

QuickStep: Tilly and Nikita Kuzmin perform their QuickStep to I Won't Dance by Damita Joe

QuickStep: Tilly and Nikita Kuzmin perform their QuickStep to I Won’t Dance by Damita Joe

When asked by co-presenter Tess Daly about her time on the show, Sarah said: ‘I didn’t know it was in me. It has been a life changing experience and one which I have cherished every moment.

Asked if he had some words for his partner, Aljaz sweetly said: ‘I think since the day we met under the angel of the north, I was very happy to dance with you this season. ‘

He said: ‘Honestly, I don’t want to dance with anyone else. You have been a testament to the ultimate joy and hard work – not just strictly speaking but with your business and you are one beautiful mom.

Judges' decision: All judges chose to save Tilly, Craig Revell Horwood said: 'I think for me, the couple that stood out a bit more and had the edge was Tilly and Nikita'

Judges’ decision: All judges chose to save Tilly, Craig Revell Horwood said: ‘I think for me, the couple that stood out a bit more and had the edge – Tilly and Nikita’

Motsi Mabuse said: 'I am saving Tilly and Nikita'

Motsi Mabuse said: ‘I am saving Tilly and Nikita’

‘Thank you for spending so much time with me not only with you, but with the whole family, Davis who is here tonight, with all the little ones at home.’

The dancer continued: ‘I am so welcomed in the north, it made me feel like I am back home in Slovenia because everyone is so sweet and friendly.’

He concluded: ‘I am going to miss you terribly. I’m going to miss dancing with you. I am going to miss everything about this show. Thank you all and thank you for supporting us.’

Sarah replied: ‘[Aljaz] One in a million. I tell her every day and if it wasn’t for her this experience wouldn’t have happened.’

Sunday’s result show began with soulful dance performances by professionals in honor of Remembrance Sunday.

There was also a musical performance by James Blunt, who performed the hit Goodbye My Lover.

Anton Du Beke said: 'Based on this dance off and this dance off alone, which was so strong, I'm just going to give Tilly and Nikita the edge'

Anton Du Beke said: ‘Based on this dance off and this dance off alone, which was so strong, I’m just going to give Tilly and Nikita the edge’

Head Judge Shirley Ballas said: 'Yes, I would have saved Tilly and Nikita'

Head Judge Shirley Ballas said: ‘Yes, I would have saved Tilly and Nikita’

Final Thoughts: When asked by co-presenter Tess Daly about her time on the show, Sarah said: 'I didn't know it was in me.  It has been a life changing experience and one that I have loved every second;

Final Thoughts: When asked by co-presenter Tess Daly about her time on the show, Sarah said: ‘I didn’t know it was in me. It has been a life changing experience and one that I have loved every second;

Elsewhere, Strictly contestants are convinced the show’s owners have a hidden agenda to push their favorites to the finals, The Mail revealed on Sunday.

According to ongoing rumours on the show, the BBC chief is eager to take Tilly to the end of the race, as they seek to hunt down her father, celebrity chef Gordon, from ITV.

Some stars even claim that producers are desperate for Strictly’s first all-male couple, Jon Waite and Johannes Radebe, to make it to the finals.

It is believed that TV presenter AJ Odudu, who has been paired with the show’s new professional dancer, Kai Widdington, is another favorite with Suits.

Well-established sources say that many contestants faltering in the series believe the BBC has an ‘agenda’ and that they would be happiest if Waite and Radebe were the eventual winners.

Strictly owners were called crestfallen last year when the first same-sex couple, Nicola Adams and Katya Jones, had to leave the competition after just four weeks after Jones tested positive for Covid.

A source said: ‘It looks like there’s some blatant partisanship going on here – that they’re pushing Tilly to win, or at least make the final, because they want to oust his father. .

“Then you have the issue of the all-male couple, which is the dream of some people associated with the show to pick up the glitterballs for John and Johannes. And as far as AJ It is a matter of fact that she is very much liked.

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A source said: ‘It looks like there’s some blatant partisanship going on here – that they’re pushing Tilly to win, or at least make the final, because they want to oust his father. .

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