Strictly fans cross as Seann and Katya will dance again

Photo credit: Guy Levy - BBC
Photo credit: Guy Levy - BBC

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Strictly Come Dancing got even dodgier as they welcomed the 'Strictly Dodgers' to the floor in a baseball-themed opening number led by Katya, possibly even playing up to her recent controversy with a kiss cam cameo.

Alfonso Ribeiro, best known for creating his own genre of dance - The Carlton, also returned as a guest judge filling in for Bruno. Many fans ignored the dancers and voted to keep him!

As the results commenced, the final downfall of Seann and Katya was hotly anticipated. Their Strictly scandal continued and they became the first pair revealed to be facing the dance-off.

It was then announced that Vick and Graziano would be joining Seann and Katya in the dance-off. After their performances, there were plenty of people who felt that there was no question that the sun had set on Seann's stint on Strictly.

The judges clashed on the performances. Seann and Katya got through as Darcey, Alfonso and Shirley voted to save them, despite Craig's attempt to save Vick and Graziano. Of course, viewers were just as divided on the subject and voiced some serious anger.

A couple of voices still remain in Seann's corner, though whether they will be enough to carry him through further shows seems doubtful against the apparent army of naysayers.

For those lucky enough to avoid the fight for a place, Halloween week awaits!

Danny surprised everyone by scoring the first 10 of the series and naturally sailed through to the next round with his partner Amy. They will be joined by Charles and Karen after similarly glowing reviews.

Stacey and Kevin showed off an explosive celebration as they were sent through, cementing themselves as one of this year's favourite couples among fans.

Next week is sure to be spooky, Graeme Swann, in particular, will hope to have a showstopping performance, having bagged himself the official theme song of Halloween - Michael Jackson's Thriller.

Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturdays and Sundays on BBC One.

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