Strictly Come Dancing continues tonight and things are about to get serious. Last weekend saw all 15 celebrities strut their stuff for the judges in a two-night ballroom-dance bonanza but now they’ll have to impress the British public if they want to make it through to the next round.
Here’s everything you need to know ahead of this evening’s ballroom brilliance.
What time is Strictly Come Dancing on TV tonight?
The first couple will step out onto the dance floor shortly after 6:20pm on BBC1.
And the results show?
This exiting celebrity will discover their fate on Sunday night, with a Barry Gibb performance preceding the announcement of this week’s results. The show runs from 7:15pm-8pm.
According to exclusive research conducted by YouGov before the second live show, viewers most want to see Judge Rinder take the Strictly crown – but still think Louise Redknapp is actually the favourite to pick up the coveted Glitterball. Check out the full results here.
Which celebs have previously been evicted first on Strictly?
It’s never easy to be the first celeb to waltz off a series of Strictly, which is why we’ve compiled a roll call of early Strexits to celebrate those forgotten contestants from Goldie and Edwina Currie to Gregg Wallace and Iwan Thomas.