© Provided by MetroWe will say goodbye to yet another star dancer (Picture: PA)
The 20th series of Strictly Come Dancing has seen another crop of celebrities donning their dancing gear and shimmying across the iconic ballroom.
The 2022 lineup includes Countryfile presenter Helen Skelton, Paralympian Ellie Simmonds, Corrie’s Kym Marsh, soap star Will Mellor, and former England football captain Tony Adams.
This weekend gave Strictly fans a particularly special treat as the remaining couples paid tribute to the BBC’s 100th anniversary – with routines set to theme tunes and classic songs from iconic shows.
Alas, we still had to say goodbye to another star during Sunday night’s results show.
So, who went home? And when is the next episode on? Here’s all you need to know.
Strictly continues on Saturday, October 29 at 6.50pm on BBC One.
The episode marks week six of the competition, and will be available to stream on BBC iPlayer afterwards.
Week six will see the remaining couples take on a Halloween special, airing just two days before All Hallow’s Eve – with a number of spooky dance numbers sure to follow.
As always, Strictly will be presented by returning hosts Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman.
Head judge Shirley Ballas is back too, along with judging panel Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke, and Craig Revel Horwood – plus your favourite (and a few new) Strictly professionals.
The results episode will air the following night: Sunday, October 30 at 7.20pm, also on BBC One, and will see singer Rina Sawayama perform her latest track in the ballroom.
© Provided by MetroThe celebrities will do Halloween-themed dances next week (Picture: PA)
If you happen to miss both episodes and don’t have iPlayer, week six is repeated back-to-back on BBC Two on Friday, November 4 – albeit at the (very) early morning times of 1.15am and 3.05am respectively.
Can’t wait til next week for your Strictly fix? Don’t worry, as companion show It Takes Two is on each weeknight at 6.30pm on BBC Two.
Hosts Rylan Clark and Janette Manrara chat to the lucky couple that survived the weekend’s dance-off, give us a first look at new routines in Choreography Corner, and provide a mix of gossip and behind-the-scenes scoops.
Four stars have now been sent home on this year’s Strictly.
The fourth (and most recent) star to depart the show was Jayde Adams, who along with dancing partner Karen Hauer performed the Charleston to The Ballad of Barry and Freda, earning 28 points – but sadly saying goodbye after dancing off against Molly Rainford.
© Provided by MetroJayde Adams has been eliminated from Strictly (Picture: PA)
Matt Goss was the third celebrity to say goodbye to the dancefloor, following his Jive performance to All Shook Up scoring 20 points, and losing out in the dance off to Kym Marsh.
Richie Anderson went home during emotional scenes the previous week, after scoring a 27 for his energetic Samba to Hakuna Matata from The Lion King during Movie Week.
The first contestant to leave Strictly 2022 was Kaye Adams, whose Charleston scored her a 22.
For the latest news on the BBC dance show, visit Metro.co.uk's Strictly Come Dancing tag page.
Here is what everyone danced to this week, in an episode that celebrates 100 years of the BBC.Ellie and Nikita: Paso Doble to Montagues and Capulets from The ApprenticeEllie and Johannes: Tango to the Casualty Theme TuneFleur and Vito: Jive to Waterloo by ABBA, celebrating EurovisionHelen and Gorka: Charleston to the Blue Peter Theme TuneJayde and Karen: Charleston to The Ballad of Barry and Freda (Let’s Do It) by Victoria Wood, celebrating BBC ComedyKym and Graziano: Quickstep to Ballroom Blitz by Sweet, celebrating Come DancingMolly and Carlos: Couples’ Choice to the Grange Hill Theme TuneHamza and Jowita: Quickstep to On Top of the World by Imagine Dragons, celebrating BBC Nature ProgrammingJames and Amy: Foxtrot to the EastEnders Theme TuneTony and Katya: Cha Cha Cha to the Grandstand Theme TuneTyler and Dianne: Tango to the Doctor Who Theme TuneWill and Nancy: Viennese Waltz to the Line of Duty End Titles theme
Strictly Come Dancing 2022 continues next Saturday at 6.50pm on BBC One.
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