Tonight Strictly Come Dancing viewers tuned in to see Seann Walsh and Katya Jones be the next couple to be eliminated from the competition.
It came after all four judges voted to save Graeme Swan and Oti Mabuse, who were also in the bottom two.
However, former Strictly professional dancer, James Jordan, disagreed with the judges decision and took to Twitter to express his views on the dance off performances.
He said to his 236,000 followers: “I love Graeme and Oti, but I would have saved Katya and Seann.
“Both not great, but Katya’s choreography was more interesting. #Strictly.”
It comes after the judges explained their reasons for voting to save Graeme.
Craig Revel Horwood said: “Well I think both couples did the best they could possibly do.
“One couple for me had timing issues, the other couple had placement issues. But the dance I liked the most, and the couple I would like to save is Graeme and Oti.”
Dame Darcey Bussell added how “both couples made mistakes evenly” but she chose Graeme and Oti because “they had a higher performance value”.
Viewers then saw Bruno Tonioli reveal how he thought “both the couples were far from perfect, but both enjoyable”.
Nevertheless he said Grame and Oti made the evening more enjoyable and voted to save them.
With three votes to none, head judge Shirley Ballas agreed with her fellow judges and if she was to vote, she would too have saved Graeme.
Those watching at home were pleased with the outcome of the results show and took to Twitter to comment.
One said: “Glad he’s out, he was terribly bad, but not quite as bad as that final interview – BEYOND awkward #Strictly.”
“The right time for Seann to go. The Matrix dance he did was memorable. Surprised actually how well he did, expected him to make an earlier exit #Strictly,” another added.
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 returns next Saturday at 7.05pm on BBC One.