Strictly Come Dancing's results show isn’t on tonight – and for a very good reason | The Sun
STRICTLY Come Dancing’s results show will not air this evening because no one gets sent home in the first week.
The results of Saturday night’s dance competition are usually revealed on a Sunday evening and will do from next week onwards.
During the results show the scores from the judges on the first show and the public vote will be combined 50-50 and then announced.
Then the two couples with the lowest number of points from a combination of judges’ scores and the results of the vote will go into a dance-off.
After they both perform their dance again, the judges will decide which couple will stay in the competition.
In the case of a tie in the judges’ decision, Head Judge Shirley Ballas, has the all-important final casting vote and gets to send the unlucky couple home.
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Yesterday’s show kicked off with bang and saw actor Will Mellor and Wildlife presenter Hamza Yassin place joint top of the leaderboard.
Saturday marked the first competition night of the popular show, with 15 couples battling it out to get as many points as possible.
Britain's Got Talent finalist Molly Rainford and new professional Carlos Gu came in third with a score of 31 for their energetic samba.
By contrast, former England soccer captain Tony Adams and his partner Katya Jones failed to impress with their routine.
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Katya created an Arsenal-themed Tango, to Go West by Village People.
The ex-sportsman began the routine sat on top of a cannon, in reference to his former team – but Tony's efforts underwhelmed the judging panel, with Craig Revel Horwood describing his performance as "stompy".
Tony and Katya were ultimately awarded a meagre score of 15 out of 40, putting them at the bottom of the table.
Matt Goss and Nadiya Bychkova were second from last with 20 points, while Kaye Adams and Kai Widdrington earned just 21.
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