Helen George Eliminated From Strictly Come Dancing 2015

As revealed in last night’s Strictly Spoiler, Helen and Aljaž have been eliminated after losing in the dance off to Georgia and Giovanni.

You can relive Helen’s last dance on Strictly in the video below:

Don’t forget to vote in this week’s poll to tell me which 4 couples you want to see in the final. Hopefully Helen and Aljaž weren’t one of them!

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Why not join the discussion in the comments section using the link above and tell me what you think of this week’s elimination.

Final spoiler of the series next week. Lots in store for then but in the mean time keep spoiling!

Who Should Be In The Final? (choose up to four)

  • Jay and Aliona (27%, 4,565 Votes)
  • Georgia and Giovanni (22%, 3,636 Votes)
  • Anita and Gleb (18%, 2,997 Votes)
  • Katie and Anton (14%, 2,285 Votes)
  • Kellie and Kevin (12%, 1,941 Votes)
  • Helen and Aljaž (8%, 1,414 Votes)

Total Voters: 5,543

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8 Replies to “Helen George Eliminated From Strictly Come Dancing 2015”

    1. I agree. The lion king routine was spoiled by all the stupid whooping and cheering. What’s wrong with just listening???

  1. I know I’m going to get a lot of hate for this but: Anita Rani should have left. That Argentine Tango was not worthy of a place in the semi-finals. Kellie Bright is not only consistent in her dances and routines she’s also just an all round better dancer. I have to say, I’m quite surprised at the order people have went out in the comp this year, as it’s been pretty fair, which is never normally the case. I am gutted for Helen and Aljaz; She puts one toe out of line and she’s out! Anita Rani clearly steps totally off the line and she completely avoids the Dance off!!????

    You accuse the judges of having favorites, well I’m starting to think the British public do too!

  2. I agree with you completely. What started out as a programme about dancing has become a programme about people’s personalities ( with a bit of dancing thrown in ).

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