The Made in Chelsea star and his dance partner Karen Hauer had to face the dance-off on Sunday night against Clara Amfo and Aljaz Skorjanec.
The judges’ scores were combined with the results of the viewers’ votes to decide which two couples would face the dance-off.
After receiving the fewest votes, both couples had to perform their routines again – Clara and Aljaz performed their Jive to River Deep Mountain High by Tina Turner while Jamie and Karen performed their Tango to Tanguera by Sexteto Mayor – in a bid to impress the judges.
After admitting it was a tough decision to make, Craig Revel Horwood decided to save Clara and Aljaz.
While Motsi Mabuse, who made her return to the show on Saturday night, chose to save Jamie and Karen.
Head Judge Shirley Ballas had to cast the deciding vote – and in the end, she decided to save Jamie and Karen – meaning Clara and Aljaz were sent home.
Despite being in the bottom two, Jamie put a brave face on as he rocked up for day one of rehearsals on Monday.
The reality star was dressed khaki joggers, a green matching jacket, white trainers and a cap, which he wore back to front.
With a coffee in hand, Jamie looked optimistic about Saturday’s show, and we can’t wait to see what he has in store.
On Saturday night, Jamie got a standing ovation from Motsi and Shirley, who both praised him for his stunning performance.
‘You are so infectious,’ Motsi told him. ‘This energy, this love for Strictly, everything you give we want more of it.’
Even Craig gave Jamie positive feedback as he continued: ‘I loved the concept, it was brilliant.’
‘There was drama, there was tension, there was great story-telling,’ Shirley added.
‘You have a beautiful connection with this young lady, it was quite dark at the beginning, I liked that.’
Boxer Nicola Adams has also left the competition after her dance partner Katya Jones tested positive for coronavirus.
Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday at 7.25pm with the results show on Sunday at 7.30pm on BBC One.
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