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BBC Strictly mole leaves fans fearing major incident or shock eviction

Strictly Come Dancing fans have been left fearing a "shock eviction" event after the spoiler results of Saturday's show, which have been leaked online in recent weeks, failed to appear.

The BBC are desperate to find the mole who is leaking the results on twitter. On Saturday the spoiler was shared online an hour later than usual, prompting speculation of a shock eviction or major issue.

BirminghamLive reported that the delay prompted some Twitter users to predict a shock result or a that something 'catastrophic happened'.

@escandrew47 said: "I have a terrible feeling about this result… hope nothing catastrophic happened #StrictlySpoiler." @ss4kdiamonds theorised: "Guys I’m telling you they made the audience members sign NDAs when has this ever happened #strictlyspoiler."

@amysafcxx commented: "The only time its been this late is when they go to Blackpool. I have a feeling its a shocker tonight #StrictlySpoiler."

@Sias_Creations added: "I wonder if the #StrictlySpoiler being late indicates a shock bottom two this time."

Radio DJ Tyler West and comedian Ellie Taylor were at the top of the leaderboard after Saturday's live show, both scoring a massive 35 points out of 40. Ellie performed a Couple’s Choice dance to ‘I Put A Spell On You’ by Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker & Kathy Najimy, while Tyler danced a Beetlejuice-inspired Cha Cha Cha to ‘Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)’ by Tanz Orchester Klaus Hallen.

At the bottom are Olympian Ellie Simmonds and EastEnders actor James Bye. Ellie scored 29 points out of 40 for her Foxtrot to ‘Scooby Doo, Where Are You?’ by David Mook and Ben Raleigh, while James was handed just 27 points for his Charleston to ‘Bumble Bee’ by LaVern Baker.

But it is not yet known who has been sent packing by the judges.

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