Who left Strictly Come Dancing in week four?

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Strictly Come Dancing week four was an important one for several of the ballroom couples. While some have managed to gain a healthy lead, others have found themselves fighting to remain in the competition near the bottom of the leaderboard. But who left the BBC show Sunday night?

Who left Strictly Come Dancing in week four?

For each and every one of the contestants, there is still everything to dance for in the competition.

Many of them are starting to feel the pressure, as they once again came face to face with the judgment from Shirley Ballas, Motsi Mabuse, Anton Du Beke, and Craig Revel Horwood.

There were just 11 couples on the dancefloor this week, following Robert Webb’s surprise exit from the show.

The comedian announced he had to permanently leave the competition due to health concerns, while Ugo Monye took the week off to rest an injured back.

Monye will return for week five, bringing the line-up back up to 11 following Sunday night’s exit.

Unfortunately, it was Greg Wise who left the show for good, making him the third celebrity to be voted off the competition.

Wise went head-to-head in the dreaded dance-off against Judi Love, who scored 24 the previous night.

In the end, Horwood, Mabuse, and Du Beke all chose to save Love, while Ballas had Wise’s back until the end.

Ballas said: “Well I counted all the mistakes and from what I saw I would have saved Greg and Karen.”

Horwood added: “The judges have been given this opportunity to save the better dancer and, for me, the better dancer tonight is Judi and Graziano.”

Wise had been struggling in the competition since week one, and Saturday night saw him receive the lowest score at just 19 points.

He danced the Samba to Macarena by Los Del Rio, but it won him few favours with the judges.

Upon hearing the news they were leaving the competition, Wise said: “I have had an amazing time, I feel unbelievably privileged and thank you all for having me.”

Dance partner Karen Hauer added: “It has been a blast, thank you for the amazing lunches, thanks for the quality of work, and for being an amazing student.

“I have enjoyed our moments in the classroom, and just having fun with you, I’ve really enjoyed it.”

Wise did admit that he was nervous for the first time during the series, which he believed was the reason for his weaker performance.

Love and dance partner Graziano Di Prima narrowly avoided an exit and will be sure to step up their game in week five.

Who topped the leaderboard in week four?

Sara Davies and Aljaz Skorjanec took home the best score Saturday night with an impressive 36 points.

They danced the Tango, with Horwood praising the performance as “fantastic.”

Tilly Ramsay and Nikita Kuzman took the second spot with 32 points, but they managed to divide the judges.

Horwood described it as “very stop and start,” while Mabuse questioned: “Did we watch the same thing?”

Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday, October 23, at 7pm on BBC One.

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