Strictly Come Dancing 2020: Is Strictly Come Dancing on tonight?

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Strictly Come Dancing’s live shows began last night (Saturday, October 24) on BBC One. All 12 couples took to the dancefloor to impress judges Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Motsi Mabuse. Is Strictly Come Dancing on tonight and will someone leave the competition? has everything you need to know.

Is Strictly Come Dancing on tonight?

There is some bittersweet news for Strictly Come Dancing fans.

Sadly, there will be no Sunday evening instalment of Strictly Come Dancing tonight (Sunday, October 25).

On Sunday evenings, the Strictly result show airs, where the bottom two from the Saturday evening are revealed.

The two couples with the lowest votes then perform their routines once again for the judges, who ultimately have the final say on who will be staying in the competition and who will be leaving.

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The bottom two is decided by the judges’ leaderboard scores and the public vote combined.

As it is is Week One of the competition, there is no public vote and therefore, there is no Sunday night instalment of Strictly Come Dancing.

This follows Strictly tradition, with the Sunday results shows beginning in Week Two.

Sadly, this means one couple will be leaving the competition next Sunday evening (November 1).

Strictly judge, Bruno Tonioli who missed the first live show due to coronavirus travelling restrictions will join the show every Sunday for the results, so he can cast his vote via video link,

The public will be able to vote from next Saturday, with two performances to base their judgement on.

The judges’ scores will be carried over from Week One and combined with next week’s results to determine the leaderboard scores.

In Week One, singer HRVY and his partner Janette Manrara found themselves at the top of the leaderboard.

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They scored 25/30 for their incredible performance of the Jive.

Sadly, MP Jacqui Smith and her partner Anton Du Beke got 13 out of 30 for their Foxtrot and were at the bottom of the board. has a full recap of the Strictly leaderboard from week one.

  • HRVY and Janette – 25/30
  • Maisie and Gorka – 24/30
  • Caroline and Johannes – 21/30
  • Ranvir and Giovanni – 21/30
  • Nicola and Katya – 21/30
  • Clara and Aljaz – 21/30
  • JJ and Amy – 19/30
  • Max and Dianne – 17/30
  • Jason and Luba – 16/30
  • Bill and Oti – 15/30
  • Jamie and Karen – 14/30
  • Jacqui and Anton – 13/30

Week one of Strictly also marked the debut of Strictly’s a first-ever same-sex couple.

Olympic boxer Nicola Adams and Katya Jones wowed viewers with their performance of the Quickstep.

Fans have since taken to Twitter to praise their performance.

One fan tweeted: “Growing up, seeing a same-sex couple dancing on the BBC’s flagship programme would have been unthinkable.

“This is proper inclusive television. Yes, there is a long way to go, but this is an excellent place to be. #Strictly”

A second fan commented: “History was made last night when Olympian Boxer Nicola Adams danced with Katya Jones as Strictly Come Dancing’s first same-sex couple.

“It was fabulous. Representation is so so important for all the c6hildren watching.

“You can’t be what you can’t see. #BHM2020”

A third fan tweeted: “I loved the way Nicola and Katya were introduced last night #BBCStrictly No fanfare, flag-waving or tears, just another couple who happened to be the same-sex couple – no explanation needed. Brilliant
demonstration of inclusion #nooutsiders #everyonewelcome.”

Strictly Come Dancing continues next Saturday on BBC One

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