Strictly fans all have same complaint as Dan Walker survives another week

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BBC owners face new fix allegations after surviving another week on Strictly, their Breakfast host Dan Walker’s flagship show.

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Dan, the bookies’ favorite for the chop, stopped the dance despite criticism from judge Craig Ravel Horwood.

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BBC bosses face fresh fix charges after their Breakfast host Dan Walker’s flagship show Strictly survives another weekcredits: PA

Instead, Tilly Ramsay, 20, and Rhys Stephenson, 28, went face-to-face — with Tilly leaning out.

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Craig told Dan, 44, on Saturday evening that his Roomba was “fun.”

He continued: “Yeah, you shook your hips but anyone can do that.

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“You were pushing it and stomping every couple of times and stopped instead of dancing.”

But Dan and partner Nadia Bychkova got enough points from Anton Du Beke, Shirley Ballas and Cynthia Erivo to secure audience votes.

One viewer tweeted: “Craig is right. Shame on the others.”

Another asked: “How is Dan Walker still in this competition?”

And a third wrote: “Is Dan Walker the biggest fix ever on Strictly? He shouldn’t be there anymore.”

After their exit, Tilly and dance partner Nikita Kuzmin were seen leaving the studio in the same car – fueling rumors of a romance.

Tilly Ramsay and dance partner Nikita Kuzmin kicked out of dance competition

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Tilly Ramsay and dance partner Nikita Kuzmin kicked out of dance competitioncredit: bbc
Tilly and Nikita were seen leaving the studio in the same car - fueling romance rumours

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Tilly and Nikita were seen leaving the studio in the same car – fueling romance rumourscredit: James Curley

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