STRICTLY Come Dancing fans claimed to have spotted a telltale clue that the weekend's show was "fixed" for Tom Fletcher to leave.
The 36-year-old McFly star and his professional partner Amy Dowden became the latest casualties of the ballroom after landing in the dance-off against Rhys Stephenson in Musicals Week.
The judges admitted that it was a difficult decision but ultimately decided to save Rhys and his partner Nancy.
However, Tom didn't have too much time to dwell on his fate, as he and his bandmates were performing at the O2 last night for their "One Night Only" concert.
Tom, Danny Jones, Harry Judd, and Dougie Poynter took to the stage for the special one-off show.
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However, confused fans claimed that Tom being at the live gig was evidence that Strictly is fixed – seemingly unaware that Sunday's results show is openly pre-recorded.
Sharing a screenshot of the concert info, one viewer tweeted: "Tom is actually in the #02 tonight, it was staged for him to leave tonight."
Another said: "Love that my friend has just posted on fb that she’s at the O2 waiting for McFly… Hmm but Tom Fletcher is at the Strictly results!"
One more moaned: "Dying that Tom is in the dance off and on stage at the O2 with McFly…. When will Strictly just own up to doing the results show on Saturday night?"
The results show being pre-recorded is a constant source of confusion for some, with many tweeting every week believing that it is live.
Others have desperately begged show bosses to switch up the format, as who leaves the competition is regularly leaked online ahead of Sunday's show because it is filmed in advance.
Meanwhile, fans also accused the judges of hugely undermarking Tom for his Les Mis inspired routine, yet again saying that BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker had been awarded more points than his dance deserved.
They also slammed the "unfair" negative comments Tom received from the judges – with the main criticism being that he held back tears at the end of his performance.
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