Fans have lashed out at Strictly Come Dancing over tonight's result

Lula Sharp
November 14, 2018

'And I just think that as I said before, everything I have done on this show is because of Amy. "It was her training, her choreography that got me here".

"But just to wind her up, I started jiving in front of her the other day and put my old move back in it and I thought she was going to kill me on the spot".

She said she was "disappointed", adding: "Danny had chosen not to join us tonight".

After landing bottom of the judges' scores, Amy admitted to Zoe that being in the dance off "didn't come as a shock".

Danny and Amy at the Pride of Britain Awards in October.

He wrote: "I should of have expressed my gratitude more often".

However, Darcey Bussell chose to save Graeme and Oti, saying: "I wish you didn't put me in this position, I am not enjoying this at all".

"I can only look as good as her dancing and you know, she is great, and I hope that her career goes up and onwards as she deserves".

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The pair went into Saturday's show involved in controversy after claims of a nasty backstage bust up.

Danny's tweet comes after 27-year-old Amy told him to be "proud" of his Strictly routines after he scored the first 10 out of 10 of the series.

"Things did get a little bit intense the other day in rehearsals". Do you know what? We took a half-hour break and then got straight to it. The first 10 of the series and my first 10 for our jive is a moment I'll never forget! I am more than happy.

Explaining their reasons behind their decisions, Craig Revel Horwood began: 'Just for sheer level of difficulty and who I think is the best dancer.

The professional dancer has since said she "never felt threatened" by the Red Dwarf star as she addressed their clash.

"I'm awful in fights, especially with women, because I say things that I immediately regret and apologise mid-argument and so I went straight to the kitchen and made her a green tea and we hugged and it was all great".

The remaining eight couples will take to the dancefloor next week when Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday 17th November at 6.45pm live from the Blackpool Tower Ballroom.

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