Strictly hit by SECOND fix row as fans claim Sara and Alijaz were 'overmarked'

STRICTLY Come Dancing has been hit by SECOND fix row as fans claimed "favourites" Sara Davies and Alijaz Skorjanec were "overmarked".

Viewers were left convinced the Dragon's Den star, 37, should have been in the dance-off with Dan Walker instead of Adam Peaty and Tilly Ramsay on Strictly.


Adam, 26, became the sixth celebrity to get eliminated from Strictly and, after his mum called the decision a "total fix", many fans thought his exit was way too early.

They took to Twitter to say businesswoman Sara, worth £37million, should have been in the bottom two.

One fan fumed: "Adam and Katya out but Sara still in there, it’s a disgrace."

A second said: "Sara was overmarked for me."

Another wrote: "I'm missing something with Sara and Aljaz, I thought they were overmarked."

A fourth added: "I like Sara but that seemed overmarked."

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It's the second fix row that has erupted after Olympian Adam lost his place on the show.

Adam’s mum Caroline took to Twitter to call the show a FIX – and heap praise on her son and pro partner Kayta, 32.

Admitting she was “proud” of the pair, she wrote: “Such an amazing partnership and Katya you have taught my baby boy to dance, thank you.”

“Total fix and I’m not buying the public vote,” she added, nodding towards Adam’s disappointing score of 27 on Saturday night.

Fans also took to Twitter fuming as they believed Dan should have been sent home instead.

One wrote: “Really hope Dan will go home next week. Sorry Dan.”

A second added: "On a real talk, how the hell is Dan still in the competition?"

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