The 43-year-old ITV Political Editor and her professional dancer partner Giovanni Pernice failed to impress judges Shirley Ballas and Craig Revel Horwood with their latest routine.
Ranvir and Giovanni went up against Made In Chelsea’s Jamie Laing and his partner Karen Hauer in the dread dance off on Sunday evening.
However, despite the occaison being Jamie’s third time in the bottom two, Shirley and Craig opted to save him, while Mosti Mabuse chose Ranivr and Giovanni to stay in the competition.
Viewers at home were furious with the decision and rushed to they keyboards to air their frustration on social media.
One angry fan penned: “OMG I am gutted for Ranvir.”
Another added: “I didn’t expected Ranvir to go. I am devastated.”
While a third person ranted: “OMG poor Ranvir and Giovanni. Gutted for them.”
Both couples performed their routines again in the dance off; Ranvir and Giovanni Pernice performed their Waltz to Un Giorno Per Noi by Josh Groban and Jamie and Karen Hauer performed their Salsa to Last Dance by Donna Summer.
After both couples had danced a second time the judges delivered their verdicts.
Craig Revel Horwood chose to save Jamie and Karen and said: “Well one of course did an explosive fabulous Salsa, the other couple did a dreamy delicious, gorgeous waltz.
“I think both couples couldn’t have danced those dances better than they did tonight, it was incredible and I want to see both of you in the final. I’d like to save Jamie and Karen”
Motsi chose to save Ranvir and Giovann and explained: “Well this was really one tough decision, we had two beautiful dances, two beautiful human beings and I will save Ranvir and Giovanni.”
However, Head Judge Shirley had the deciding vote and decided to save Jamie and Karen.
Shirley said: “Well again, this is very difficult because I’ve grown to love both couples.
“I’m getting quite emotional now. Musicality, determination, conviction from both teams, they just gave their all. But I just feel that one couple had a little more determination, a little bit more ‘I’m not leaving without that trophy’ and with that in mind I’m saving Jamie and Karen.”
When asked by host Tess Daly about her time on the show, Ranvir said: “I’m just really sorry for him [Gio], he’s worked so hard and been in so many finals that I’m really sorry I couldn’t do it for you. Sorry.”
“There’s some really beautiful moments in there and so much more than I ever expected and I’m sad not to be in the Final.
“But at the same time, I am glad that we’ve moved people to tears and the Argentine Tango was an amazing moment.
“We’ve had some really fantastic memorable moments and I know I couldn’t have got this far without Gio.”
Sunday’s Results show also featured a musical performance from Little Mix who performed their hit single Break Up Song.
The remaining couples will take to the dancefloor for the final time next weekend in the grand final.
Strictly Come Dancing 2020 final takes place on BBC One on Saturday December 19 at 6pm