Here we are then. Final spoiler of the year. Yes not even the BBC are stupid enough to pre record the final results. So for the final time let us use the miracle that is the Internet to learn who fell at the final hurdle and who actually will be in next week’s final. So here are the results:
Mark and Jake had to dance off. The judges saved Mark. Jake was eliminated. The finalists are: Caroline, Mark, Frankie and Simon!
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Sad times here at the original and best home of the strictly spoiler as it is the penultimate time this year I will be posting the spoilers. Yes that’s right, not even the BBC are stupid enough to pre record the final results so next week’s Semi Final will be the final spoiler of the year. It’s been quite a ride, for reasons I’ve gone into previously and will do again during the final spoiler next week. Anyway, enough waffling, you want the results and thanks to the internet, here they are first and before any other spoiler site, not to mention long before the not live results show!
Simon and Pixie had to dance off. The judges saved Simon. Pixie was eliminated!
Judges voted as follows: Craig (Pixie), Darcey (Simon), Bruno (Pixie), Len (Simon)
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Time to reveal what the BBC won’t be telling you for 23 days, just who wins the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special. No need to drag yourself out of a stupor created through the combination of booze and turkey and actually watch the show. Thanks to the joy that is the internet you can continue getting drunk and make a start on the Quality Street. So here, before any other spoiler site, are the results:
The participants were Sophie Ellis Bextor & Aljaz (American Smooth), Lisa Riley & Robin (Jive), Rachel Stevens & Tristan (Viennese Waltz), Russell Grant & Joanne (Cha Cha), Louis Smith & Aliona (Quickstep) and Chris Hollins & Iveta (Charleston). The winners were Louis and Aliona!
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