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Jayde Adams fourth celebrity voted off ‘Strictly Come Dancing’

OHMYGOSSIP — Jayde Adams has become the fourth celebrity to be voted off ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
The comic, 37, exited on Sunday’s (23.10.22) results show after being beaten by CBBC’s Molly Rainford, 21, in a dance off.
Paying tribute to her dance partner Karen Hauer, she said about her time on the series: “This has been the best thing I have ever done in my life and I will carry it to my grave, and it has been an absolute pleasure working with you (Karen) and learning about so much that will go into my own stuff, in my own work.
“You are one of the most gifted people I have ever worked with Karen. And everyone on this show, said it to me, when I had you, they said, ‘You’ve got the best one’, sorry everyone, and I did and you are fantastic and this has been such an honour.
“Not only have I got to be on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ but I got to have Karen Hauer, you are amazing, thank you for everything!
“I’ve done shows before, and nothing holds a candle to the way that this show is run. It is an incredible thing to be a part of as a performer, we are so looked after, and in this industry where so many people aren’t looked after, this show is incredible, well done everyone.”
Karen, 40, said: “It’s been a roller-coaster of emotions for us, and you are so special, so powerful, so emotional, and I’ve loved every second. Thank you Jayde.”
The dance off saw Jayde and Karen perform the Charleston to ‘The Ballad of Barry and Freda (Let’s Do It), while Molly and her pro partner Carlos Gu performed to the Grange Hill Theme Tune.
Craig Revel Horwood chose to save Molly and Carlos, saying: “Well, two very different dances but based on technical ability alone I would like to save Molly and Carlos.”
His fellow judge Motsi Mabuse chose to save the same pair, saying: “Well I thought you were both brilliant, I thought that both performances were better than Saturday night but I am going to save Molly and Carlos.”
Anton DuBeke also went for Molly and Carlos, while head judge Shirley Ballas said: “Well both were absolutely superb in the dance off but, on a little bit more precision and quality of movement, I would have saved Molly and Carlos.”
‘Strictly Come Dancing’ returns to BBC One on Saturday 29 October at 6.50pm for its Halloween Special.

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