Strictly was at the movies and it’s been a good few days since I was last in the papers (touch wood). But you haven’t come here to read about that. You want to know who was up to oscar standard and who was a golden raspberry. No need to wait until tomorrow night as I’ve got all the movie spoilers you need right here. So here are the results…..
Simon and The Reverend Richard had to dance off. The judges saved Simon (unanimously all 4 voted to save Simon). The Reverend Richard was eliminated!
This week’s spoiler has come from an audience mole from a spoiler group who have previously provided spoilers to my usual sources and should be accurate.
Complaints to the BBC
I’ve not one, not two BUT THREE winners to tell you about this week, and each and every week as I’ve a prize to give away each week for each entry method.
Well done to Lianne on Twitter and Patricia Robinson on Facebook who have won a £20 Amazon UK voucher. A 3rd person has won right here at the home of the strictly spoiler but is yet to claim their prize. If you commented here last week check your emails because you could have won!!!
Do you want to win prizes? Of course you do and it is so easy to enter to win. Right here at the home of The Strictly Spoiler you can enter by commenting on any of the blog posts each week and telling me and the community your thoughts on the spoiler or anything else to do with Strictly. Remember to click in to each post from the home page to see the comments system at the bottom of each post.
Or you can head over to Twitter and follow me, then reply to any of my tweets remembering to include the hashtag #StrictlySpoiler. Please can I ask if you are discussing the spoiler please keep it off the public strictly hashtags and limit spoiler discussion to the #StrictlySpoiler hashtag
Please also vote in this week’s poll (below) and tell me who your week 3 favourites were. You can select up to 3 options!
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It’s the annual movie week at Strictly tonight with all 14 remaining couples who avoided the humiliation of being eliminated first dancing to songs from the movies.
But who was a box office smash? And who flopped? You can let me know your thoughts about that or anything else to do with tonight’s show right here in the comments section (comments section only appears when clicked directly in to a post, not on the home page) or over on Facebook or Twitter. Each time you join the discussion you earn an entry into the competition to win one of THREE Amazon UK vouchers I have to give away each and every week this series, one for each entry method. Don’t forget on Twitter to tag @davejthorp and include #StrictlySpoiler for your entry to count and remember you must be liking or following me on those networks for your entry to count on those networks. More details about the competition can be found here.
As always a poll will open right here once all the couples have danced so you can tell me who your favourites were this week! You can select up to 3 options.
Please remember to give this post some love using all the buttons for all the popular social networks and Google+ above and below. Your likes and shares help to spread the word about The Strictly Spoiler and are really appreciated. Don’t forget you can follow me on Twitter or like The Strictly Spoiler on Facebook to keep up with all things Strictly Spoiler and be alerted as to when the spoiler comes in
Spoiler could be comparatively late tonight as there’s still a lot of couples to get through but as soon as it comes in you’ll see it right here at the home of the Strictly Spoiler
Please also give this post some love using the buttons for all popular social networks and Google+ above and below. Your likes and shares help to spread the word about The Strictly Spoiler and really help me out!
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