This week's Strictly Come Dancing result has surfaced online, with eager viewers left raging at the identity of the couples in the bottom two.

With now just three weeks to go until this year's final, competition is fierce in the ballroom and things were VERY tight on the leaderboard on Saturday night with three couples on the same score of 24 and Clara and Aljaz bottom for the second week in a row with a score of 19.

As any die hard Strictly fan knows, whenever there is a tie on the leaderboard, there is often a shock result and something else well documented is the fact that in real time, this is revealed to the couples on Saturday night not Sunday night, with the results show millions will tune into tonight, actually pre-recorded hours after the live show finishes.

This has meant that for years now, viewers who've let their curiosity get the better of them have been able to go in search of the result well in advance of it airing on TV.

While we won't reveal the identity of the two couples who found themselves in danger this week, as ever, there was a huge reaction to the spoiler when it surfaced online late on Saturday evening.

And it was one couple in danger many fans too exception to being in the drop zone. One took to Twitter to rant: "If the #Strictly spoiler is true we riot at 7.25pm."

In agreement, another tweeted: "Hope that this isn't true" and a third posted: "Ok i am surprised at one couple that are in the bottom two but not the other, that said we are at the point where noone deserves to leave as everyone is brilliant"

Ahead of Saturday's live show, bookies predicted a shock exit could have been on the cards, to find out if they proved to be spot on, tune into this week's Strictly Come Dancing results show which will air on BBC1 at 7.25pm on Sunday night.

And, as well as seeing the judges decide to keep in the competition for another week, there will be another group routine from the Strictly pros and a performance from music guest Gary Barlow.

The Take That star has just released his new album featuring Incredible, the song that soundtrack this year's Argos Christmas advert.