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Who left Strictly last night, Sunday, November 21?

TWO more contestants have left the Strictly ballroom as another couple goes. Two dancers couldn’t get a tune from their feet in Musicals week on Strictly Come Dancing, leading to their exit. Who left Strictly tonight? Tom Fletcher has become the latest star to be axed from Strictly. The McFly star failed to impress in […] ...

TWO more contestants have left the Strictly ballroom as another couple goes.

Two dancers couldn’t get a tune from their feet in Musicals week on Strictly Come Dancing, leading to their exit.

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Who left Strictly tonight?

Tom Fletcher has become the latest star to be axed from Strictly.

The McFly star failed to impress in Musicals week, as he and his pro-partner Amy Dowden got the boot.

Despite their best efforts in performing their routine to the tune of Les Miserables’ On My Own, Tom and Amy could not save themselves.

Tom said he was sad to leave, but added that the experience will stay with him for life.

He said he had the “best time” and had “loved every second of it”.

He added: “I’ve made the best friend in Amy, you’ve been amazing – thank you so much for teaching me how to dance, I know it was a struggle at times.

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Who was in the dance off?

Tom and Amy came up against Rhys Stephenson and Nancy Xu in the dance off.

For all of the judges, it proved to be a very tight call but Rhy just pipped Tom to the post.

Broadway star Cynthia Erivo, who was filling in for Craig Revel Horwood on the judging panel after he tested positive for Covid-19, said: “This was really tough, I think both couples did such a beautiful job, but there was just an edge in this couple’s dance.

“I really enjoyed it, thank you both for doing what you did, but Rhys and Nancy I choose you.”

Motsi Mabu described it as the “toughest” dance-off she has seen since joining the BBC One show but felt Rhys and his partner “put on another extra level”.

Fellow judge Anton Du Beke added: “I agree with the other judges, it was an outstanding dance-off. On Saturday night Rhys made a slight mistake and Tom didn’t really fulfil his potential in the dance.

“Tonight, both couples danced exquisitely but just a very slight edge goes to Rhys and Nancy.”

Who has left Strictly so far?

Here’s who has left the show so far:

Who is still left in the competition?

There are still seven celebrities all dancing for that Glitterball trophy.

The stars that are left in the competition are:

When is Strictly next on TV?

Strictly continues on Saturday, November 27, 2021, at 6.55pm.

The results show will air the following day at 7pm on Sunday, November 28, 2021.

You can also catch any missed episodes on the BBC iPlayer.

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