Saturday Night's Alright (for fighting for your place in Strictly) | Chris Ramsey in jeopardy, just three from bottom © BBC

Saturday Night's Alright (for fighting for your place in Strictly)

Chris Ramsey in jeopardy, just three from bottom

Chris Ramsey equalled his highest score from judges on Strictly Come Dancing tonight - but still came third from bottom of the leaderboard.

Their score of 26 points could mean they end up in the last two, facing a dance-off on tomorrow night's results show, depending on how the viewers' phone-in votes fall.

He and Karen Hauer performed a jive to Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting) by Elton John at the start of the show.

Shirley Ballas said Ramsey is continuing to improve, but highlighted a few mistakes. 

Bruno Tolioni, too, noticed that the comedian went wrong technically, but said he put in a good performance. 

Craig Revel Horwood thought the dance was a little flat-footed, with Ramsey not nimble enough.

But Motsi Mabuse was most positive, praising the authenticity and energy of the duo.

Published: 12 Oct 2019

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