Strictly Come Dancing 2015 – Week 6 Spoilers

It was a spooky time for Halloween Week at Strictly but one couple’s performance proved to be too horrific for the public to bear any longer. Who has been exorcised from Strictly? Who had to endure the terror that is the Dance Off? No need to wait until the ghastly not live results show. The blood curdling Strictly Spoiler is on hand to tell you all:

Jamelia and Kirsty had to dance off. The vampiric judges saved Jamelia. Kirsty was eliminated!

This week’s spoiler has come from a zombified audience were-mole through my usual coven of witches and should be accurate!

Ghostly complaints to the BBC

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Who was your favourite (Week 6)

  • Jay and Aliona (33%, 1,131 Votes)
  • Anita and Gleb (14%, 480 Votes)
  • Georgia and Giovanni (14%, 462 Votes)
  • Helen and Aljaž (12%, 392 Votes)
  • Kellie and Kevin (8%, 262 Votes)
  • Katie and Anton (6%, 207 Votes)
  • Jeremy and Karen (5%, 185 Votes)
  • Peter and Janette (3%, 104 Votes)
  • Carol and Pasha (2%, 69 Votes)
  • Jamelia and Tristan (1%, 46 Votes)
  • Kirsty and Brendan (1%, 42 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,384

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15 Replies to “Strictly Come Dancing 2015 – Week 6 Spoilers”

  1. At best our Carol was saved, she at least is like the rest of us , would like to but with a 30 year start ,no chance. Wish contestants would stop the pointing routine at the onscreen phone no. anyone who does will not get our vote !!
    Well done Dave for a brilliant site.
    Pity the Beeb doesnt count the viewers as having a modicum of interlect, and run the prog to a result.

  2. Thank you for providing the result in a timely manner 🙂
    I still don’t understand why the BBC can’t show the results on Saturday night. I get mildly irritated with the Sunday night show and everyone pretending that the show wasn’t recorded on Saturday night grrr.

  3. Thanks Dave. I agree BBC should stop pretending the result show is live watching show again, I wish the BBC would get rid of theme nights and go back to a proper training video not the ‘comedy’ which falls flat.

    1. Are Carol and Jeremy still in Strictly because they are nice people . Len hit the nail when he said Carol had had no dance experience but has always tried her best .Some of these contestants who went to stage school have had dance training.

  4. Thanks Dave for the updates.

    who said their is no racism at the BBC? Jamelia now 4 time dance off? And Ainsley went last week. Neither of them are the worst by a long way. How Carol and Jeremy are still there beggars belief.

    1. I can’t help thinking that it’s comments like this that perpetuate racism. Similarly I hadn’t noticed that prior to this week all the eliminations had been men until it was mentioned on the show. It isn’t a battle of the genders, and it isn’t a battle of the races unless we elect to make it that. It’s time to allow these unnecessary preconceptions to wither.

      1. Completely agree. Race doesn’t even enter into it. The reason Jeremy and Carol haven’t been eliminated is because they’ve been put across as the no hopers and/or comedy contestants. Which is normally enough to get them to Blackpool as happens every series

        1. Jamelia and Ainsley black? Can’t say I even noticed guv’nor.

          Really? Carol is the most atrocious dancer by far, but until all the black contestants are out (or the Strictly viewing demographic changes) she’ll stay in.

  5. Thanks for sharing. The Sunday results show is a farce. When they talk about “yesterday’s” dances they must think we’re morons.

  6. and heres me thinking that it was a dance competition, not a comedy competition … silly me. As usual the great british public votes for the underdog … or maybe the BBC do, which wouldnt surprise me in the least.

    perhaps your ‘insider’ could get his hands on the so-called phone vote scores … if it really exists?

    The again if all the non-dancers got voted off straight away it wouldn’t make for ‘good telly’ would it 😉

    1. Whilst its predominantly a dance competition it’s also a Saturday night entertainment show and as I’ve said, every year a contestant who can’t dance gets further than they should. Anne Widdecombe, John Sergeant and Russel Grant being obvious examples. Generally speaking it doesn’t affect the overall winner. No one who has been eliminated so far this series had a remote chance of winning!

      As for obtaining viewer vote figures that isn’t going to happen. The BBC keep them a closely guarded secret that’s subject to the official secrets act (or they act like it is). Also my sources for the spoilers are people with audience tickets for each show and not anyone inside the BBC or otherwise involved with the show

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