What time is BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing on tomorrow night?

Strictly Come Dancing’s back again this weekend to heat up those cold nights and bring some much needed sparkle to gloomy November.

Last week saw newsreader Kate Silverton and Aljaz Skorjanec leave the competition after facing former cricketer Graeme Swann and Oti Mabuse in the dance off in Blackpool.

The judges were unanimous in their decision to save Graeme over Kate after her American Smooth to Everlasting Love didn’t match up to his theatre and jazz number to The Trolley Song from movie Meet Me in St Louis.

Kate was asked if she was relieved to be leaving the show and she said: "You know I’m actually weirdly perversely, not that I would have wanted to go out, but on a night like tonight in such a place, I couldn’t have asked for anything better really."

It was Graeme’s second lucky week, after the judges voted to save him in the dance off with snog scandal comedian Seann Walsh and Katya Jones on Halloween night.

So make sure you don’t miss this week’s shows and find out if Graeme makes it through another round.

What time is Strictly Come Dancing on tomorrow?

What time is BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing on tomorrow night?

Kate left the competition last week
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Saturday’s show will start at 6.50pm until 8.10pm on BBC1. There will be a range of dances from the Samba to the Paso Doble and Tango performed by the celebrities and their professional dance partners.

Cheryl Tweedy paid a visit to rehearsals during the week and a picture of her with paralympian Lauren Steadman and AJ Pritchard was shared online.

It’s unclear whether she was just popping in to say hi or if it means she’ll be performing her new single Love Made Me Do It, just one week after she was slated for her debut performance of it on rival reality show The X Factor last week.

What time is Strictly on Sunday?

Sunday’s results show which will see one couple waltz off the dancefloor will be aired at 7.20pm until 8pm. After this week there will be just six couples left in the show.

Who is favourite to leave?

What time is BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing on tomorrow night?

Graeme has been hanging on but is favourite to go next
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It could be Graeme’s time to go if the bookies are right with their predictions. He’s currently their favourite to be shown the door this week.

Youtuber and vlogger Joe Sugg is the current favourite to take the Glitterball trophy, while TV presenter and documentary maker Stacey Dooley is the favourite female to take the title.

Odds change regularly though so keep checking back here to see the latest .

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