BBC Strictly Come Dancing’s Tess Daly leaves fans baffled with end of show announcement
Strictly Come Dancing viewers were left scratching their heads after Tess Daly's announcement at the end of Saturday night's show.
The host revealed a big change to the show's format as there will be no elimination this week, following Nigel Harman's exit from the show.
EastEnders star Nigel had to bow out of the competition due to an injury.
He explained: "I was leaping off a rostrum and was about to be caught by some very handsome men. As I flew, I was Peter Pan and as I landed I was in AandE. I've done something to my ribs and it's a little bit painful."
Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly shared the news of his exit before confirming Sunday's show will instead reveal which two dances the remaining couples will perform in next week's semi-final.
Sunday's show will also feature a performance from Joss Stone, who will be singing a song from her new musical, The Time Traveller's Wife.
And the professional dancers will perform a dance number inspired by the 1964 movie My Fair Lady.
Following this announcement, many viewers took to X, formerly Twitter, to share their confusion as they questioned why there needed to be a results show tomorrow if nobody was going to be voted off – as reported by the Liverpool Echo.
One wrote: "What's the point of having a show tomorrow?" And another added: "What's the point of having a results show without any results?"
"How can there be a results show with no vote?" question a third.
While a fourth commented: "So there's still going to be a results show without any results! I guess they had the guests booked and are just going to talk to everyone about next week's dance."
With Nigel and Katya now out of the running, only four couples remain, with just two weeks left to go to try and impress the judges ahead of grand final on December 16.
The remaining couples, Ellie Leach and Vito Coppola, Bobby Brazier and Dianne Buswell, Layton Williams and Nikita Kuzmin, and Annabel Croft and Johannes Radebe have all progressed to next week's show, when the battle for the Glitterball Trophy, will continue.
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