Strictly Come Dancing fans have pleaded with BBC producers to stop pre-recording the follow-up results show to avoid leakage of who goes home a day earlier than it should.
The show was hit for the third time with spoilers this weekend, with the name of the eliminated celebrity being leaked on Twitter almost 24 hours before the show aired.
Furious fans of the show took to the social networking site to share their anger at BBC bosses, as news circulated suggesting which couple was going home ahead of tonight's results - Dianne Buswell and Dev Griffin .
The results show is filmed straight after the live show on Saturday night, and show bosses are extra careful to keep the result quiet until it airs on Sunday night - but it's proving more difficult to keep it secret.
A frustrated fan asked: "Will @BBCOne ever stop pre recording the @bbcstrictly results show," with an upset face emoji.
While another begged: "@bbcstrictly I think it's now time to stop with the 'Sunday' night show and go back to 2 shows on a Saturday. Then have a break between the shows."
They suggested: "This will stop all the spoilers being put around. We aren't daft you know! We know it's recorded!"
A third annoyed user wrote: "News of who is eliminated is always leaked on Social Media every week what's new #StrictlyComeDancing #strictly2019 #strictlyspoiler maybe they should show the results live on a Saturday night like they use to."
And a fourth upset viewer confessed there was not much point in watching tonight's results show as it had already leaked who had been kicked off.
But in contrast, many others are complaining about the people who are "moaning" that the show is leaked, as they say the show has been ruined by spoilers for the past four years.
As the result was shared around Twitter, many fans disagreed with the final result of the couple who were booted off and have now suggested it's a fix.
And another complained: "There is no way that dev and Emma should even be in the dance off!"
It follows "fix" claims as furious fans say phone lines were down so they couldn't vote for now-axed Dev.
But this isn't the first time fans have been in uproar over supposed fix claims.
Last year's contestant, Capital FM radio host Vicki Hope, sparked rumours of a fix when she accused judges of conferring with producers before deciding to save Seann Walsh and boot her off the show.
It came after Walsh and his professional dance partner Katya Jones shared a secret kiss which sent Strictly fans wild at the time.
Geordie lass Vicki spoke on the Capital Breakfast radio show: "We had to have a dance-off as well.
"It was very strange because after the dance-off, then the judges have to give their decisions but there was a bit of a conflab with some producers and then they gave their decisions.
"It was just stunned silence in the studio, it was a really weird atmosphere."
However fans accused the show of putting viewing figures ahead of dance ability after the decision.
But professional dancer Brendan Cole who had been on the show since the first series in 2004, has a different view completely, as he defended the show back in 2016.
He wrote in his Digital Spy column: "We saw some interesting marks from the judges, as always! I don't agree with those rumours that they're fixing it – I just don't know that they always know what they're talking about!
"We're talking about people who have been learning to do this for a few days in each dance, so you can always go, 'That wasn't right, that wasn't right', although what they're achieving it is very, very good."
He continued: "But with certain things I'm thinking, 'How can you give a 10 to something that is either mistaken or not the correct way to do it or it's a bit awkward looking?'
"It just doesn't make sense to me. And likewise, how can you not give something a 10 when it was pretty much perfect given the situation? It's an odd one!"
Next weekend the contestants will be back to perform their routines for week five, and if the result is leaked again it is guaranteed to leave fans very upset indeed.
*Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday on BBC One