Strictly is fixed by producers who kick out popular celebs before the last show, says 2004 finalist Julian Clary

STRICTLY is fixed by producers who kick out popular celebs before the last show,2004 finalist Julian Clary has said.

The comic, 62, has sensationally spoken out about his experience on the hit BBC show.

Julian was sceptical about his time on Strictly  when he reached the finals alongside his pro partner Lilia Kopylova.

He told The Times: "It was all done on the public vote then and I don’t think they wanted me in the final.

"I wasn’t very good. There were better dancers than me. Now they have the dance-off thing.

"They’ve sussed a way to control it.”

Fans have been left fuming over 'fix rows' during this season of the show.

Last month they were convinced Katie McGlynn was only booted off the show after her dance-off with Judi Loves Judi was a fan favourite.

Meanwhile Motsi Mabuse appeared to make a major blunder as she voted Judi Love off Strictly last night – leaving fans convinced the show is fixed.

The Loose Woman became the fifth celebrity to leave the BBC One show after losing out in the dance off against Adam Peaty.

After the two couples performed again, the judges made their decision of who to save, with Craig Revel Horwood opting for the Olympic swimmer and his pro partner Katya Jones.

Motsi was up next and she started by saying: "Well I have to say that dance-off was really great, it was great to watch both couples dancing on the dancefloor."

But she made viewers' ears prick up when she added: "The decision was made for me, so I have to say that the couple I will be saving is Adam and Katya."

The conspiracy theorists who watch the show immediately went into overdrive, with one writing on Twitter: "What did Motsi mean? “The decision was made for me?”

Another asked: “'The decision was made for me…” By whom? What did
@MOTSI_MABUSE mean by that?!"

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