The CBBC presenter is usually a competition leader used to achieving some of the highest scores, but on Saturday night he made a number of mistakes in his Viennese Waltz with Amy Dowden that put him in the danger zone for the dance off.
At 7.20pm on BBC One, the next elimination of Strictly 2019 beckons as our advantageous-celeb pairs discover who's safely thru to next week's seaside special and who's doomed to face the dreaded dance-off. I have all the comments framed around the house.
She told Scott and Jones: "I feel like we're seeing a new couple that we knew, but somebody had an affair and now the light is back on". "I really, really mean that but one couple was the clear victor of the dance off and I am going to save Michelle and Giovanni".
She said: 'First of all I'm really sorry about the rock joke, I was just trying to make you laugh but I felt so bad'.
Forward of the dance he admitted the prospect of a way more critical dance was constructing him a small anxious as he went "from tracksuit to suit" proper after final week's "best dance at any time" to Let's Get Fully able to Rhumble.
Shirley Ballas stated: "What I admired the most was that focus, I mean here's this comic who is normally cracking these jokes, you came out now you put on that really serious facial area, you led this girl all over".
Fans called out Claudia for the "savage" dig, though other were quick to defend the star by saying the comment left them in hysterics. She hasn't taken it easy on me.
Meanwhile on Sunday's show presenter Mike Bushell and his partner Katya Jones faced disappointment as they left the show.
After both couples had danced a second time the judges delivered their verdicts - and it was a unanimous decision.
Although her vote was not needed, Head Judge Shirley Ballas would have also chosen to save Michelle and Giovanni.