Dancers Chris Piper and Anabel Kutay have become the first casualties of the So You Think You Can Dance live finals, which began on Saturday night.
The pair had each performed with a different partner in the first live show of the series, which is aiming to find Britain's favourite dancer.
However both couples found themselves in the bottom two following the public vote - and instead of performing again as a pair in a bid to remain in the competition, each had 30 seconds to impress the judges with a solo performance.
The panel - consisting of Nigel Lythgoe, Arlene Phillips, former Eternal singer Louise Redknapp and British choreographer Sisco - then chose who would stay in the competition and who would leave based on their final dance and their previous performances.
And they chose to save Hayley Newton - who had performed a samba with Chris earlier in the show and Anabel's dancer partner Drew McOnie, with whom she had performed a jive.
"I've absolutely loved every second and I'm so proud to have been recognised as one of my country's greatest dancers," Anabel said afterwards.
Earlier Nigel had told her, "If you are going to stay in the competition you must always pick up the style that is given to you, otherwise you are always going to find yourself in this position."
And he told Chris that if he wanted to remain in the competition he would have to "settle down a bit more and find that groove".
In the main show the pair had received mixed responses for the routines, with Nigel telling Anabel and Drew that he had "outdanced her" following their jive.
Arlene said that Hayley and Chris' samba was "pretty good" but added that the pair needed to "loosen up a bit", while Louise added, "There were parts of the routine that were hot and parts that weren't."
12 dancers now remain in the competition, with Â£100,000 and a chance to dance in the US version of the show at stake