Strictly Come Dancing fans have been left feeling 'gutted' after they discovered who is set to be eliminated on Sunday night's show.
A Twitter account which regularly posts spoilers for the programme revealed who is set to be eliminated after this week's semi-final.
Many viewers were left feeling stunned at the news while others were saddened to hear that the celebrity's time on the show has come to an end before the final.
Spoiler: Strictly Come Dancing fans have been left feeling 'gutted' after they discovered who is set to be eliminated on Sunday night's show (Oti Mabuse and Kelvin Fletcher pictured)
One fan wrote: 'So sad about this!I voted for [name] as did many people I know,' while another said: '[name] was set up to fail.'
Another viewer expressed their dismay, writing: 'Oh no. So sad to see [name] go! [They were] what the show was all about.'
Chris Ramsey, Emma Barton, Karim Zeroual and Kelvin Fletcher are the final four celebrities left in the competition.
The three stars who are left after Sunday's elimination will progress to the final with their professional dance partners.
Leak: A Twitter account which regularly posts spoilers for the programme revealed who is set to be eliminated after this week's semi-final (Shirley Ballas pictured)
It comes after some Strictly viewers were left fuming last week after they accidentally saw the spoiler for who was eliminated in last week's episode after it was leaked online.
Contestants Chris, Karim, Kelvin and Emma and Alex Scott battled it out for a place in the semi-finals, but fans were left annoyed when they discovered ahead of time that Alex was sent packing.
Social media users took to their Twitter accounts to share their disappointment over the spoiler, with one insisting: 'I guess my Saturday nights have been freed up now. I don't care enough about anyone else to keep watching.'
Reaction: Many fans were left feeling miffed after they learned which celebrity was set for the boot
Immediately after the Strictly live show airs, the results are filmed yet remain under strict embargo until the following evening when the results air.
It seems an insider grew loose-lipped however as the information was leaked.
One fan continued the disappointed diatribe as they added: 'Had a feeling it would go that way but still gutted! #strictlyspoiler'.
A third commented: 'Just read the Strictly spoiler and gutted who went! I guess it’s that time when all of them are good and anyone can go! #Strictly #StrictlySpoiler.'
Uh oh: Strictly viewers were also left 'gutted' after last weekend as the results were leaked ahead of time (judge Motsi Mabuse pictured)
Oh dear: Fans are now annoyed they have discovered the outcome of Musicals Week early (hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly pictured)
Less than impressed: Social media users took to their Twitter accounts to share their disappointment over the spoiler
MailOnline will not reveal the contestant who is eliminated from the competition before it is announced on the results show.
A BBC representative declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.
On last week's show, bosses were forced to extend voting time after a technical glitch left viewers furious.
The quarter-finals saw TV presenter Karim, 26, and his dance partner Amy Dowden, 28, score the first perfect 40 of the series.
On top: The quarter-finals saw TV presenter Karim Zeroual, 26, and his dance partner Amy Dowden, 28, score the first perfect 40 of the series
The dancing duo were performing the Jive to Hairspray's You Can't Stop The Beat and finally managed to get judge Craig Revel Horwood to lift the coveted 10 panel.
THIS WEEK'S LEADERBOARD
1. Karim Zeroual and Amy Dowden 40
2. Kelvin Fletcher and Oti Mabuse 39
3. Emma Barton and Anton du Beke 39
4. Chris Ramsay and Karen Clifton 28
5. Alex Scott and Neil Jones 27
Following the live performance, the dancing partnership were immediately given a ten from Motsi Mabuse who claimed that she couldn't sit down following their performance.
While referencing their time in the bottom two last week, Shirley Ballas admitted that this week's routine was 'amazing' and Bruno said that the dance was 'mind-blowing'.
But after the programme ended at 8.10pm and presenter Claudia Winkleman declared voting open, angry viewers flooded Twitter with complaints about the mishap.
Some couldn't get on to vote while others received messages saying they had already used their vote when they hadn't.
The show announced on its Twitter page and that the voting deadline would be extended until 9pm from the original 8.40pm.
Glitch: On this week's show, bosses were forced to extend voting time after a technical glitch left viewers furious