Strictly Come Dancing fans think the latest group routine was 'ruined' by one particular detail.

Saturday night saw the remaining six couples return to the ballroom in a bid to make it to the quarter-finals of the BBC One competition.

But two couples had to face the dance-off during Sunday night's result show.

Before that though, Strictly kicked off the show in its usual fashion with a performance from the programme's professional dancers.

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And it was very different to what viewers are used to seeing from the group.

The futuristic routine was set to the music of Kraftwerk and Yazoo, transporting many fans back to the 80s.

But the routine divided Strictly viewers, with some hailing it the 'best ever' and others feeling it was 'ruined' by an unusual addition.

Dianne led to Sc-Fi routine

"For gawd sake SCD, lose the CGI it adds absolutely nothing to the dancing and is so very distracting. So unnecessary. #Strictly," @2UpGoodfella tweeted.

@kellymew_ said: "Strictly love to ruin something with s**t CGI #Strictly."

"What does the crappy cgi actually add to any of the dances, may I ask? #strictly," @miminogen added.

Others, as we mentioned, loved it.

@DarrenB14792865 commented: "@bbcstrictlyThis was a great routine. A totally different style and so refreshing. With a great storyline. Well done to everyone involved with this. Just BRILLIANT."

The dancers were joined by CGI robots

"Absolutely loved this opening number, took me back to very happy memories," @acacocopops said.

AnjHanda added: "What a great start to Results night. Raising my Strictly mug to all the dancers. For me, this was the best opening yet."

"WOW!! Favourite opening dance of the series queen Dianne absolutely serving tonight #Strictly," @ZebraSats5 agreed.

And @BigBadDaveB summed it up with: "@bbcstrictly Great choreography, music and dancing. But please bin off the terrible, terrible CGI. #StrictlyComeDancing."

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