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Lancaster voted off Strictly show
Penny Lancaster Stewart
The model and photographer is married to Rod Stewart
Model Penny Lancaster Stewart has become the sixth celebrity to leave BBC One show Strictly Come Dancing.

Lancaster Stewart and dancing partner Ian Waite were ranked second bottom by the judges on Saturday night.

They were also in the bottom two when votes from viewers were added up and announced on Sunday's show.

The pair then lost a dance-off with EastEnders actor Matt D'Angelo and partner Flavia Cacace. Eight couples remain in the competition.

Lancaster Stewart's first dance - the salsa - received some harsh criticism from the judges during Saturday's show.

"It was like a canary and a crow flying in from Stanstead, not Cuba," said Arlene Phillips.

'Good fun'

"The energy was phenomenal but it made it displaced. It was unfocused and all over the place," said Craig Revel Horwood.

But Len Goodman commented that, although it was "a bit hectic", it was "entertaining - it was good fun".

Three out of four judges saved D'Angelo and his partner.

Three couples tied for first place on the leader board on Saturday night.

Model and actress Kelly Brook and Brendan Cole, former footballer John Barnes and Nicole Cutler, and Blue Peter presenter Gethin Jones and Camilla Dallerup all got 36 points.

GMTV presenter Kate Garraway and her dance partner Anton Du Beke came bottom with 18 points.



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