After three shows, and 30 dances, the first Strictly Come Dancing results show of 2014, has just taken place. Last night saw Pixie Lott, Jake Wood and Frankie Bridge take residence atop the leaderboard, while a whole host of celebs occupied the bottom end. But which unlucky star was the first to be sent home? Spoilers ahead.
Before the final results we were entertained by a spell binding professional group dance to Frozen’s “Let It Go”. Jamie Cullum, the man behind Germany’s 2012 Eurovison entry, also gave a rendition of his latest single.
The Bottom Two
Based on Saturday’s performances, the judges deemed tennis coach Judy Murray to be the weakest, and we were in agreement. However, the public thought differently. As expected Blue’s Simon Webbe, and the other high-scorers sailed through to the next round. Judy and Eurovision commentator were bottom with the judges, but it was actress Jennifer Gibney and Masterchef judge Gregg Wallace who earned the fewest combined points once the viewers’ votes were included. They had to dance again, with all four judges opting to save Jennifer, making Gregg the first departure of the series.
It’s movie week! Which means lots of fancy dress and classic theme tunes, as we’re transported to Hollywood, or at least a BBC version. T’will be fun.