DJ Dev Griffin and partner Dianne Buswell have been booted off this week's Strictly. The judges unanimously got behind Emma Weymouth and her partner professional dancer Aljaz Skorjanec after the gripping dance-off.
The bookies were also wrong this week with their predictions on elimination resting on Former England footballer Alex Scott, socialite Emma Weymouth and Paralympian Will Bayley
Griffin whose Cha Cha Cha fell short said: "I am absolutely gutted, but learning how to dance, hanging out with Dianne and the other pros and celebs... I've absolutely loved it."
His professional dancing partner, Australian dancer Dianne Buswell said she was "sad" Griffin will not be able to demonstrate more of his "talent". she commended him on how hard he worked: "His work ethic is insane. I see him everywhere practising and I couldn't have asked for a better partner."
"I'm gutted that it's ended now, but thank you so much for being the best."— BBC Strictly ✨ (@bbcstrictly) October 13, 2019
It's the end of the road for Dev and Dianne, but in such a short space of time Team Red Devils have really made their mark on #Strictly. pic.twitter.com/1GTDsvDGzm
Weymouth and Skorjanec jive protected them from elimination with the judges saying their routine was: "stronger, cleaner and focused".
The night started off better for comedian Chris Ramsey and professional dancer Karen Hauer who were the first to find out they were through, followed by children's BBC star Karim Zeroual with partner Amy Dowden.
Coronation Street actress Catherine Tyldesley and partner Johannes Radebe and Footballer David James and Nadiya Bychkova also were relieved to get through without a dance-off
Social media star Saffron Barker and professional dancer AJ Pritchard with Paralympic gold medallist Will Bayley with professional dancer Janette Manrara defying the bookies' prediction.
Eastenders Emma Barton and Emmerdale Actor Kelvin Fletcher who got involved in the series after Jamie Laing got injured with partner Oti Mabuse, were not put through the dance-off
The crowd pleaser, BBC sports presenter Mike Bushell also got through.
Ireland's Got Talent judge Michelle Visage who has swapped sides of the table to partake with her partner Giovanni Pernice in this competition.
12 couples now remain in the competition.
DJ Dev Griffin joins eliminated rower James Cracknell and 80s TV star Anneka Rice.
Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two airs on Monday at 6.30pm on BBC Two.