Strictly Come Dancing 2021: Sara Davies is the seventh celebrity to be eliminated from the show

Sara Davies and her professional dance partner Aljaz Škorjanec became the seventh pair to be eliminated from this year’s Strictly Come Dancing after meeting Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin in Sunday’s dance off.

Sara and Aljaz performed their Argentine Tango to No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) by Donna Summer and Barbara Streisand for the second time in an attempt to impress judges Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke, Head Judge, Shirley Ballas.

Tilly and Nikita performed their Quickstep for I Won’t Dance by Damita Jo.

The dream is over: Sara Davies and her professional dance partner Aljaz ¿korjanec became the seventh couple to be eliminated from this year's Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday

The dream is over: Sara Davies and her professional dance partner Aljaz Škorjanec became the seventh couple to be eliminated from this year’s Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday

Craig chose to save Tilly and Nikita and explained: ‘This is a really difficult decision because I gave both couples a 7 on Saturday night.

“So much, very equal, which made the decision even harder, but I think, for me, the couple who stood out a little more and had the advantage – Tilly and Nikita.”

Motsi also chose to save Tilly and Nikita and said: ‘Judging from this dance, I have to say that there were three factors that decided it for me; there were details, the nerves and a very strong competitor, so I’ll save Tilly and Nikita. ‘

Anton also rescued Tilly and Nikita.

Dance of Again: They faced Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin, who were in the dance again

Dance of Again: They faced Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzmin, who were in the dance again

Oh dear: The couples waited anxiously to see who would be rescued

Oh dear: The couples waited anxiously to see who would be rescued

“Well, I think if you’ve ever chosen to do Strictly Come Dancing, then this is the year to avoid,” he said, delivering his verdict.

‘The standard is so high and both of these couples could have reached the final any other year.

‘Based on this dance of and this dance alone, which was so strong, I just want to give the edge to Tilly and Nikita.’

With three votes for Tilly and Nikita, it meant they had won the majority vote and would leave the competition regardless of Chief Justice Shirley’s decision.

However, she confirmed that she would have decided to save Tilly and Nikita and said, ‘Yes, I would have saved Tilly and Nikita.’

Tango: Sara and Aljaz performed their Argentine Tango to No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) by Donna Summer and Barbara Streisand

Tango: Sara and Aljaz performed their Argentine Tango to No More Tears (Enough Is Enough) by Donna Summer and Barbara Streisand

Quickstep: Tilly and Nikita Kuzmin performed their Quickstep to I Won't Dance by Damita Jo

Quickstep: Tilly and Nikita Kuzmin performed their Quickstep to I Won’t Dance by Damita Jo

When asked by co-presenter Tess Daly about their time on the show, Sara said: ‘I had no idea any of this was in me. It has been a life-changing experience, and an experience I have loved every second of. ‘

When asked if he had any words for his partner, Aljaz sweetly remarked: ‘I feel that from the day we met under the Angel of the North, I was so happy to dance with you this season.’

He added: ‘Honestly, I would not dance with anyone else. You have been an absolute joy and a testament to hard work – not only at Strictly, but with your company and you are a beautiful mother.

Judges' decision: All judges chose to save Tilly, and Craig Revel Horwood said: 'I think, for me, the couple who stood out a little more and had the advantage ¿Tilly and Nikita'

Judges’ decision: All judges chose to save Tilly, with Craig Revel Horwood saying, ‘I think the couple stood out a little more and had the advantage – Tilly and Nikita’

Motsi Mabuse said: 'I'll save Tilly and Nikita'

Motsi Mabuse said: ‘I’ll save Tilly and Nikita’

“Thank you for letting me spend so much time, not just with you, but with the whole family, the Davies family who are here tonight, all the little ones at home.”

The dancer continued: ‘I have become so welcome up north, it made me feel like I was at home in Slovenia because everyone is so lovely and friendly.’

He concluded: ‘I will miss you so much. I’m going to miss dancing with you. I’m going to miss everything about this show. Thank you all and thank you for supporting us. ‘

Sara replied: ‘[Aljaz] is one in a million. I tell him every day, and this would not have been the experience it was if it were not for him. ‘

Sunday’s results show opened with an emotional dance from the professionals in honor of Remembrance Sunday.

There was also a musical performance from James Blunt, who performed the hit Goodbye My Lover.

Anton Du Beke added: 'Based on this dance by and this dance alone, which was so strong, I just want to give the edge to Tilly and Nikita'

Anton Du Beke added: ‘Based on this dance of and this dance alone, which was so strong, I just want to give the edge to Tilly and Nikita’

Chief Justice Shirley Ballas said: 'Yes, I would have saved Tilly and Nikita'

Chief Justice Shirley Ballas said: ‘Yes, I would have saved Tilly and Nikita’

Last thoughts: When asked by co-presenter Tess Daly about their time on the show, Sara said: 'I had no idea any of this was in me.  It has been a life-changing experience, and one I have loved every second of;

Last thoughts: When asked by co-presenter Tess Daly about their time on the show, Sara said: ‘I had no idea any of this was in me. It has been a life-changing experience, and one I have loved every second of;

Elsewhere, contestants are strictly convinced that the show’s executives have a hidden agenda to push their favorites into the finals, The Mail on Sunday revealed.

According to rumors circulating in the program, BBC executives are eager for Tilly to reach the end of the race because they want to poach her father, celebrity chef Gordon, from ITV.

Some of the stars also claim that the producers are desperate for Strictly’s first male couple, John Waite and Johannes Radebe, to ever go all the way to the final.

It is believed that TV host AJ Odudu, who is paired with the show’s new professional dancer, Kai Widdrington, is another favorite with the suit.

Well-placed sources say a number of contestants tumbling in the series believe the BBC has an ‘agenda’ and would be happiest if Waite and Radebe were the eventual winners.

It is said that strict bosses had fallen last year when the first couple of the same sex, Nicola Adams and Katya Jones, had to leave the competition after only four weeks when Jones tested positive for Covid.

A source said: ‘There is a feeling that there is an obvious favoritism going on here – that they are pushing Tilly to win, or at least get to the final, because they want her father.

‘Then you have the question of the all-male couple, which is just the dream of certain people involved in the show, for John and Johannes to assemble the glitter ball. And as for AJ, she’s adored. ‘

A source said: ¿There is a feeling that there is some obvious favoritism going on here ¿that they are pushing Tilly to win, or at least get to the final, because they want to nod to her father '

A source said: “There’s a sense that there’s some obvious favoritism going on here – that they’re pushing Tilly to win, or at least get to the final, because they want to nod to her father”

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