Who left Strictly tonight, Sunday, November 14?
ANOTHER Strictly Come Dancing celebrity has left the show after a dramatic evening of action.
The dancers were left fearing for their survival on the show as one couple had to leave.
Who left Strictly tonight?
Sara Davies has become the latest star to be axed from Strictly.
The Dragons Den star is the seventh celebrity to be booted out of this year's competition.
She failed to win over the judges with her Argentinian tango to 'No More Tears' by Donna Summer and Barbara Streisand.
After the decision on Sunday night, Davies said: "I had no idea any of this was in me.
"It's been a life-changing experience, one I've loved every second of."
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Who was in the dance off?
Davies was given her marching orders after a tense dance-off against Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin.
The judges voted unanimously for Ramsay and Kuzmin to stay in after their performance.
Judge Craig Revel Horwood said: "This is a really difficult decision because I fave both couples on Saturday night a seven.
"So very, very equal, which made the decision even more difficult.
"But I think for me, the couple that stood out a little bit more and had the edge: Tilly and Nikita."
Who has left Strictly so far?
Here's who has left the show so far:
- Week two: Nina Wadia and Neil Jones
- Week three: Katie McGlynn and Gorka Marquez
- Withdrawn: Robert Webb and Dianne Buswell
- Week four: Greg Wise and Karen Hauer
- Week five: Ugo Monye and Oti Mabuse
- Week six: Judi Love and Graziano di Prima
- Week seven: Adam Peaty and Katya Jones
- Week eight: Sara Davies and Aljaz Skorjanec
Who is still left in the competition?
There are still eight celebrities all dancing for that Glitterball trophy.
The stars that are left in the competition are:
- AJ Odudu
- Dan Walker
- John Whaite
- Rhys Stephenson
- Rose Ayling-Ellis
- Tilly Ramsay
- Tom Fletcher
When is Strictly next on TV?
Strictly continues next Saturday (November 20, 2021).
The results show will air the following day on Sunday (November 21, 2021).
You can also catch any missed episodes on the BBC iPlayer.
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