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What time is Strictly Come Dancing’s results show on tonight and how can you vote?

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Strictly Come Dancing is set to lose another couple tonight (Picture: BBC)

We’re four weeks into Strictly Come Dancing 2020 and this weekend gave us another eventful show as the remaining couples took to the dancefloor.

With Nicola Adams and Katya Jones forced to withdraw from the series after Katya tested positive for coronavirus, just nine couples are left – but they gave us a show to remember, with the first 10s of the series – for HRVY, Clara Amfo (who nabbed two, no less) and Bill Bailey.

All that and Anton du Beke making his debut on the judging panel in the absence of Motsi Mabuse (who is self-isolating for two weeks) – but Sunday night will see us bid farewell to another couple in the results show.

What time is it on tonight – and can you still vote for your favourite?

What time is Strictly Come Dancing’s results show on tonight?

The Strictly Come Dancing results show is on BBC One tonight at 7.25pm.

The show runs for 45 minutes ahead of the second instalment of His Dark Materials at 8.10pm,

If you miss it you can catch up via the BBC iPlayer – where you can also see every episode of the series so far.

Saturday night’s show saw Clara Amfo nab the highest score of the series yet, getting 29 out of a possible 30 for her Charleston with dance partner Aljaz Skorjanec – and winning 10s from Shirley Ballas and Anton du Beke.

HRVY and Bill Bailey were joint second with 27 each, for their salsa and Couple’s Choice routines respectively.

At the other end of the leaderboard however was JJ Chalmers, who picked up just 17 points for his jive with dance partner Amy Dowden.

How can you vote in Strictly Come Dancing?

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Anton du Beke took his place on the judging panel on Saturday night (Picture: BBC)

If you want to vote for your favourite to stay in the competition this week, you’re too late – as the voting only stays open for about 15 minutes after the live show has ended on a Saturday night.

You can visit the website for details of how to vote in future shows – which you can do via the website or by phone, with the numbers given out during the live show.

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