Strictly fans ‘work out’ who is sixth person to leave after complaining about the judges’ ‘unfair’ scores


STRICTLY Come Dancing fans think they’ve worked out who left the competition this week.

The next celebrity to be eliminated will be revealed in tonight’s results show – but viewers are convinced it’s “obvious” after “unfair” scoring from the judges.

Fans think they’ve worked out who will leave the competition this week

And according to them it’s not looking good for Ellie Taylor

But, despite low scores from the judges, they Tony Adams and Katya Jones are safe and that Ellie Taylor will be the next person out.

One person tweeted: “That might be it for Ellie. Doing a rumba and getting a bad score might mean she’s deffo in the bottom two and possibly will leave idk.”

Another said: “I genuinely do feel sorry for ellie t tonight, that was harsh. a three and a five? wtf? please vote for her, she does not deserve to leave.”

While the judges agreed the rumba wasn’t Ellie’s best dance, they couldn’t fault her footwork.

Anton Du Beke said: “There’s a lot to like about your dancing, beautiful lines, an elegance and sophistication in dancing in general.

“Your footwork is immaculate, not a heel lead to be seen.”

Shirley Ballas agreed, saying: “Beautiful finish on your lines, footwork was quite nice, I didn’t see any heel leads.”

One person who fans think is definitely safe is Tony Adams. Despite receiving regular bad feedback from judges, last week it was revealed that an Arsenal forum with 100k users is responsible for getting Tony this far – and they’re not stopping yet.

The group has plans to get Tony and Katya all the way to the final.

And with last year’s winners Rose Ayling-Ellis and Giovanni Pernice getting 55k public votes it’s thought bosses are growing concerned that they could even win the show.

The organiser of the group told the Mail On Sunday: “Tony is our captain and our idol, and he needs us now, so we are asking all of our members to download their votes and use all three to get him to the final, and win.”