Strictly Come Dancing 2020 – Week 6 Spoilers

The quarter final is tantalisingly close but for one of the couples its not close enough. Fortunately the Strictly Spoiler is on hand to deliver the spoilers you crave even during lockdown. So here are the results:

Clara and Jamie had to dance off. The judges saved Jamie (Craig – Clara, Motsi – Jamie, Shirley – Jamie). Clara was eliminated

Complaints to The BBC

This spoiler has come from sources who have been reliably providing me with the spoiler during lockdown and should be accurate

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Strictly 2020 Week 5 - Who got your vote? (choose up to 3)

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Strictly Come Dancing 2020 – Week 5 Spoilers

Strictly failed to hit the bright lights of Blackpool but tried to bring Blackpool to Elstree instead. Did they succeed? Did they fail? You aren’t here to find that out. You want to know who has left and even in lockdown I endeavour to bring you the results. So here they are:

Caroline and Maisie had to dance off. The judges unanimously saved Maisie. Caroline was eliminated!

Complaints to the BBC

This spoiler has come from my own reliable sources who have provided me with spoilers throughout lockdown and should be accurate. IT IS DIFFERENT TO THE RESULT PREDICTED BY THE EXIT POLL WHICH WAS POSTED EARLIER

What do you think of the results? You can let me and the community know your thoughts on that or anything else to do with tonight’s show right here in the comments section or over on Facebook or Twitter.

No prizes for getting involved in the discussion sadly. You can read more about why (though the reasons should be obvious) over on my my FAQ post which also covers a lot of information about what is happening with this website under the current lockdown.

You can also still vote in this week’s poll and tell me who you voted for with The BBC or who your favourites were. You can as always select up to 3 options (if you voted for more than 3 people pick the three who got more votes from you or your favourite 3). If you can’t vote sadly the site thinks you are a robot. Theres some tips in the FAQ to get your vote registered.

This poll is no longer accepting votes

Strictly 2020 Week 5 - Who got your vote? (choose up to 3)

It’s been a tough year for all of us but providing this site is still going to cost me close to £1000 this series. I always stress this on the donation links but it is more important than ever in 2020 that you only consider helping me out with these costs if you can afford to do so. I would not want to cause anyone else hardship because they chose to help me out. However all donations are as ever gratefully received. You can make a one time donation by clicking on THIS LINK or using the button below:

Also new for 2020 you can make a regular donation by becoming a patreon. Donations on patreon start at just the price of a coffee a month and if the patreon page takes off I can start looking at patreon exclusive content/rewards.

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Switching energy suppliers is quick (it takes about 2 minutes to sign up from my link and usually about 3 weeks for the process to complete), there is no interruption to your energy supply, no engineers have to visit and you don’t need to change you meters (unless you sign up to a smart tariff and don’t have a compatible meter). I get £50 from every switch so this does help me out quite a bit.

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Strictly Come Dancing 2020 – Week 4 Spoilers

Strictly left the movies behind and there were a lot of changes with one couple having to depart and a guest judge. But you are here to learn the results and in spite of lockdown I will use every resource available to me to deliver them. So here are the results:

Maisie and Max had to dance off. The judges saved Maisie. Max was eliminated! The judges voted to save as follows: Craig – Maisie, Anton – Maisie, Shirley – Max

This week’s spoiler has come from a source who has previously provided reliable spoilers in the past and should be accurate. It has also been confirmed by an additional source. My exit poll predicted a different dance off and result however Max was shown to be in the bottom 3 along with Maisie and another participant. I have removed the exit poll results to avoid confusion however will add them back after the results show in the interests of transparency

Complaints to the BBC

What do you think of the results? You can let me and the community know your thoughts on that or anything else to do with tonight’s show right here in the comments section or over on Facebook or Twitter.

No prizes for getting involved in the discussion sadly. You can read more about why (though the reasons should be obvious) over on my my FAQ post which also covers a lot of information about what is happening with this website under the current lockdown.

You can also still vote in this week’s poll and tell me who you voted for with The BBC or who your favourites were. You can as always select up to 3 options (if you voted for more than 3 people pick the three who got more votes from you or your favourite 3). If you can’t vote sadly the site thinks you are a robot. Theres some tips in the FAQ to get your vote registered.

This poll is no longer accepting votes

Strictly 2020 Week 4 - Who got your vote? (choose up to 3)

It’s been a tough year for all of us but providing this site is still going to cost me close to £1000 this series. I always stress this on the donation links but it is more important than ever in 2020 that you only consider helping me out with these costs if you can afford to do so. I would not want to cause anyone else hardship because they chose to help me out. However all donations are as ever gratefully received. You can make a one time donation by clicking on THIS LINK or using the button below:

Also new for 2020 you can make a regular donation by becoming a patreon. Donations on patreon start at just the price of a coffee a month and if the patreon page takes off I can start looking at patreon exclusive content/rewards.

There’s also ways you can help me out for free and even make some money yourself by doing so. One way I’ve been plugging on social media a lot these last few weeks is by checking your energy prices and earning yourselves £50 in the bargain by switching using my magic link (you must complete the switch using the link and not just get a quote which you come back to later). Octopus energy have 100% green electricity, are a Which recommended supplier and were one of the few suppliers to maintain a full telephone service during the pandemic. They’re a different supplier to the one I was recommending last series and are definitely worth a look as we head into the colder months.

Switching energy suppliers is quick (it takes about 2 minutes to sign up from my link and usually about 3 weeks for the process to complete), there is no interruption to your energy supply, no engineers have to visit and you don’t need to change you meters (unless you sign up to a smart tariff and don’t have a compatible meter). I get £50 from every switch so this does help me out quite a bit.

Alternatively you can help me out by doing things as simple as liking all my content, sharing it and getting involved in the discussions on the social networks. This all helps to increase my visibility and get me noticed on those networks and is also appreciated!