THE competition is heating up in the ballroom as Strictly stars head into week six of the show.
This weekend will see stars battle it out for a place in the next week’s musicals round.
What time is Strictly Come Dancing on tonight?
Strictly Come Dancing will air tonight – Saturday, November 28 – at 7:15pm on BBC One.
The show is set to last one hour and ten minutes and will see stars perform before two couples face tomorrow’s dance off at 7.25pm.
How can I watch Strictly?
The show will air on BBC One and will be available to watch on TV and on BBC iPlayer after the airing.
Episodes will air every Saturday and Sunday evening until mid-December.
Who is still left on Strictly?
As the competition enters its sixth week, there are seven contestants left on the show.
Last week saw Caroline Quentin and Johannes Radebe take to the dancefloor for the final time.
But the actress still left fans in stitches with her hilarious facial expressions.
Jamie Laing has risen through the ranks and now sits at the top of the Strictly leaderboard with 29 points.
Jamie will be dancing the Tango this weekend by Sexeteto Mayor with dance pro Karen Hauer.
But Maisie Smith and Ranvir Singh are hot on his heels in joint second place, each with 27 points.
Clara Amfo will have to pick up the tempo this week after finishing last on the leaderboard in week five with just 18 points.
Here are the contestants still in the show:
- Bill Bailey – Comedian
- Clara Amfo – Radio 1 presenter
- HRVY – Pop star
- Jamie Laing – Made in Chelsea star
- JJ Chalmers – TV presenter and former Royal Marine
- Maisie Smith – Eastenders actress and Tik Tok star
- Ranvir Singh – News presenter
When is the Strictly Come Dancing final?
The Strictly 2020 final is set to take place on Saturday, December 19 on BBC One.
Fans can tune in to watch the final four couples battle it out for the coveted Glitterball Trophy.
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