Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard: Who is at the top of the Strictly leaderboard?November 28, 2020
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Strictly Come Dancing took place tonight on BBC One, with the seven remaining couple staking to the ballroom floor in a quest for Glitterball victory. The couples have done all they can to impress the judges and now their fate is in the hands of the audience at home. Who is at the top of the Strictly leaderboard? Express.co.uk has everything you need to know.
Who is at the top of the Strictly Come Dancing leaderboard?
There are just seven couples left in this years’ Strictly Come Dancing.
Technically, there should be eight couples, but unfortunately Boxer Nicola Adams and her partner Katya Jones had to withdraw from the competition after Katya tested positive for coronavirus.
Tonight, one by one the remaining couple performed in front of judges, Craig Revel Horwood, Shirley Ballas and Motsi Mabuse.
The judges have already handed out a few 10 this year for some performances, but no one has yet to achieve full 10’s across the board.
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Clara Amfo went first, performing the Jive with partner Aljaž Škorjanec.
They scored a total of 19 out of 30 for their Jive
Last but not least, Maisie performed the Quickstep with partner Gorka, scoring 29 out of 30.
Top of the leaderboard was HRVY and Janette who wowed the judges with the couples dance.
They scored the first 30/30 of the series and the score was Janette’s first 10 on the show.
At the bottom of was Clara and Aljaz, who scored just 19 out of 30.
Express.co.uk has a full breakdown of the Strictly leaderboard and the scores:
- HRVY and Janette – 30 out of 30
- Maisie and Gorka – 29 out of 30
- JJ and Amy – 25 out of 30
- Ranvir and Giovanni – 24 out of 30
- Bill and Oti – 24 out of 30
- Jamie and Karen – 24 out of 30
- Clara and Aljaz – 19 out of 30
Strictly fans have been sharing their thoughts on tonight’s show, with many talking about Maisie and Gorka’s show-stopping Quickstep.
Former Strictly professional Ola Jordan tweeted: “Wow that was amazing Maisie. Your posture is beautiful in such a fast and difficult dance. It would be a travesty if she is in the bottom two again. #Strictly.”
A second fan tweeted: “That was the best dance of the series. Go onnnn Maisie #strictly.”
A third Strictly viewer said: “The fact Bill Bailey can dance an entire jive, and here I am getting out of breath walking to the fridge #Strictly
Fans will have to wait until tomorrow evening (Sunday, November 29) for tonight’s leaderboard to have an impact on the show’s bottom two results.
The Strictly bottom two is decided by a combination of the public vote and the leaderboard.
In case you missed it, you can re-watch Strictly Come Dancing on the BBC iPlayer now.
Here is a recap of the couple’s songs and dances if you fancy watching just your favourite.
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- Clara and Aljaz – Jive to River Deep – Mountain High by Tina Turner
- Maise and Gorka – Quickstep to When You’re Smiling by Andy Williams
- Ranvir and Giovanni – American Smooth to I Say A Little Prayer by Aretha Franklin
- Bill and Oti – Jive to One Way or Another by Blondie
- HRVY and Janette – Couple’s Choice to Sky Full of Stars by Coldplay
- Jamie and Karen – Tango to Tanguera by Sexteto Mayor
- JJ and Amy – Viennese Waltz to Rescue by Lauren Daigle
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “It looks like it’ll be curtains for Jamie tonight – with JJ being the only other name likely to be sent packing.”
Here are Ladbrokes odds** for the next Strictly elimination.
- Jamie 11/8
- JJ 6/4
- Clara 6/1
- Maisie 6/1
- Ranvir 8/1
- HRVY 20/1
- Bill 33/1
**odds at 5pm on Saturday, November 28
Strictly Come Dancing continues tomorrow on BBC One
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