Strictly Come Dancing fans KICK OFF as they complain minutes into show over ... trends now
Strictly Come Dancing fans were left fuming minutes into Saturday night's live show claiming that the BBC show had 'no right'.
Viewers who tuned into week eight of the dancing show took to X - formerly known as Twitter - to vent their frustration and make their feelings known.
One fan wrote: '#Strictly has got no right being on so bloody early. #SCD'
A second penned: '#Strictly is on pretty early tonight.'
Whilst a third exclaimed: 'Why is Strictly on at Six O’Clock? Absolutely ridiculously early.'
Fuming: Strictly fans were left kicked off minutes into Saturday night's live show claiming that the BBC show had 'no right'
Reasoning: Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Lauren Oakley opened the show which was on at a slightly earlier time to allow for the Festival Of Rememberance to air later in the evening
Strictly Come Dancing aired on Saturday, November 11 at the slightly earlier time of 6:05pm on BBC One.
The scheduling change was to allow for the Festival Of Rememberance, which will air later in the evening.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman once again hosted the glitzy show, while Shirley Ballas, Anton Du Beke, Motsi Mabuse and Craig Revel-Horwood appeared on the judging panel.
Krishnan Guru-Murthy and Lauren Oakley opened the show and danced a Samba to Bamboléo by Gipsy Kings, while Layton Williams and his partner Nikita Kuzmin closed the show to an Argentine Tango.
Week eight was an extra special one for the remaining couples who were competing harder than ever against each other, in the hope of making it through to next week's show and the chance to dance at the iconic Blackpool Tower Ballroom.
It's been quite a week for the Strictly pros after Vito Coppola 'confirmed' his romance with partner Ellie Leach, calling her 'my baby' in a seductive Instagram post.
The Italian, 31, posed in the sultry black and white photograph while flexing his tattooed muscle, captioning the upload: 'Just finished another day of rehearsal. Well done to my baby Ellie Leach.'
Dianne Buswell broke her silence on what her boyfriend Joe Sugg thinks of her close friendship with Bobby Brazer, saying he is 'supportive'.
Complaints: Viewers who tuned into week eight of the dancing show took to X - formerly known as Twitter- to vent their frustration and make their feelings known
The judges: Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman once again hosted the glitzy show, while Shirley Ballas, Anton Du Beke, Motsi Mabuse and Craig Revel-Horwood appeared on the judging panel
Couple: Dianne Buswell, 34, has said her boyfriend Joe Sugg, 32, is 'supportive' of her close friendship with her Strictly Come Dancing partner Bobby Brazier (Dianne and Joe pictured)
Split: Karen Hauer and her estranged hussband Jordan Wyn-Jones married last year, yet split after just 16 months after going through a tough time
And Karen Hauer's estranged husband Jordan Wyn-Jones spoke out, blaming Strictly for ruining the pair's relationship.
The pair who married last year, split after just 16 months after going through