Strictly: Caroline Quentin becomes fourth contestant to be eliminated

Strictly Come Dancing: Caroline Quentin becomes the fourth contestant to be eliminated from the show as Maisie Smith lands in the dance-off AGAIN

  • The actress, 60, took part in the dance-off against Maisie Smith – who narrowly avoided the chop for a second time – after scoring 24 and 27 points respectively
  • The broadcaster fell short when she and South African dancer Johannes, 33, performed the Cha Cha to Rescue Me by Fontella Bass
  • While EastEnders star Maisie, 19, and Gorka Márquez, 30, danced the Salsa to Meghan Trainor’s Better When I’m Dancing
  • Caroline hailed pro partner Johannes Radebe as her ‘greatest gift’ as she claimed her five-week stint fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming a dancer
  • Judges Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Anton Du Beke unanimously chose to save the soap star once again following a challenging couple of weeks 

Caroline Quentin became the fourth contestant to be eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday.

During the pre-recorded results show, the actress, 60, took part in the dance-off against Maisie Smith – who narrowly avoided the chop for a second time – after scoring 24 and 27 points out of 40, respectively.

The former Jonathan Creek star hailed professional partner Johannes Radebe as her ‘greatest gift’ as she claimed her five-week stint fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming a dancer. 

All over: Caroline Quentin became the fourth contestant to be eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday

The broadcaster fell short when she and South African dancer Johannes, 33, performed the Cha Cha to Rescue Me by Fontella Bass, while EastEnders star Maisie, 19, and Gorka Márquez, 30, danced the Salsa to Meghan Trainor’s Better When I’m Dancing.

Judges Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Anton Du Beke – who filled in for Motsi Mabuse while she self-isolates – unanimously chose to save the soap star once again following a challenging couple of weeks. 

When asked whether she’s accomplished her aims by appearing on the BBC hit, presenter Caroline told hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly: ‘Yeah. 

Back at the bottom: During the pre-recorded results show, the actress, 60, took part in the dance-off against Maisie Smith – who narrowly avoided the chop for a second time

Tribute: Caroline  hailed professional partner Johannes Radebe as her ‘greatest gift’ as she claimed her five-week stint fulfilled her childhood dream of becoming a dancer

‘In a way slightly more than that because I have had the honour and privilege of working with some of the greatest dancers this country has ever known I mean I really believe it, I think they are absolutely fantastic. 

‘But of course my greatest gift coming on this show is this man.’

Choreographer Johannes expressed his gratitude towards the axed star as he added: ‘Oh my gosh, what a woman, thank you, thank you again!

Tough: The broadcaster fell short when she and Johannes, 33, performed the Cha Cha to Rescue Me by Fontella Bass, while EastEnders star Maisie, 19, and Gorka Márquez, 30, danced the Salsa to Meghan Trainor’s Better When I’m Dancing

Unanimous: Judges Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Anton Du Beke unanimously chose to save the soap star once again following a challenging couple of weeks

‘Thank you, thank you, thank you. I don’t know what to say, because it was a beautiful one, I had a beautiful journey with you, thank you my darling, thank you.’

Keeping in theme with the Elstree-based ‘Blackpool’ special, the professional dancers showcased their fancy footwork as they danced to Billy Ocean. 

However, his performance on Sunday night’s results show didn’t go down too well with viewers.

The legendary crooner, 70, performed a medley of his hits, but sounded a tad off-key – which didn’t go unnoticed.

Grateful: ‘I have had the honour and privilege of working with some of the greatest dancers this country has ever known I mean I really believe it, I think they are absolutely fantastic’

Johannes said of Caroline: ‘Thank you, thank you, thank you. I don’t know what to say, because it was a beautiful one, I had a beautiful journey with you, thank you my darling, thank you’

‘Oh dear… Billy Ocean on Strictly – sounds like me after a few gins!’ one person posted on Twitter. 

Another quipped: ‘Billy Ocean should be the one going home #awful!’

‘I feel like perhaps Billy Ocean’s in-ears aren’t working,’ someone else remarked.

‘A bit pitchy!’ another tweeted, followed by someone else who typed: ‘Is this a Billy Ocean tribute act? Am I watching Phoenix Nights?’

‘My Big Billy Ocean Bae is struggling a bit here,’ someone else posted.

Oh dear! Billy Ocean’s performance on Sunday night’s Strictly Come Dancing results show didn’t go down too well with viewers

Out of tune: The legendary crooner, 70, performed a medley of his hits, but sounded a tad off-key – which didn’t go unnoticed

Others didn’t seem to mind however.

‘Billy Ocean on #Strictly! Damn, 2020 suddenly doesn’t seem too bad. Can’t beat a bit of 80s pop, we all know it was the best music decade!’ one tweeted.

‘Billy Ocean singing Red Light Spells Danger on Strictly is all anyone needs on a Sunday evening!’ gushed a second.

‘Oh dear… Billy Ocean on Strictly – sounds like me after a few gins!’ one person posted on Twitter

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