Strictly Come Dancing is harder than ever this 12 months, and as the previous couple of weeks are set to be extra brutal than ever, this week might even see the exit of Danny John-Jules.
Danny has been positioned as one of many high contenders of the competitors since week one as his pure affinity to dancing started shining by way of his performances.
He was even the primary contestant to obtain a 10 this 12 months, leaving him with a superb likelihood of gaining a slot within the ultimate.
Nonetheless the previous few weeks have been slightly powerful on Danny, as he struggled to maintain his routine in test throughout his Foxtrot routine.
This morning Danny’s odds have been slashed by Bookmakers.television to depart this coming weekend.
Within the early weeks of this 12 months’s present, Danny sat with a wholesome 8/1 to win, forward of Stacey Dooley and Joe Sugg.
Nonetheless this has now dropped dramatically to a low of 25/1, leaving him with an opportunity of being despatched house.
This correlates with the chance of his exit this weekend, which final week sat at 16/1, however now rests at 6/1.
Bookmakers.television spokesperson Alex Kostin commented Danny “could be dancing for the final time this weekend”.
Might this drop within the odds spell out the tip of Danny’s journey on Strictly Come Dancing?
Earlier this week Danny appeared on morning present Lorraine to debate his drop on the leaderboard.
He claimed the drop in rating was merely “a minor blip”.
He additionally spoke in regards to the stress he now feels after claiming the primary ten of the competitors.
He mentioned: “Effectively the ten is the stress. As quickly as you get a 10 you go house with stress.”
The previous Crimson Dwarf star additionally spoke in regards to the help his associate Amy Dowden has been offering for him.
He continued: “I want the Welsh hearth, my consideration span is in regards to the measurement of a gnat.
“A number of lashes with the hole whip and that i’m again in line!”
Regardless of his prowess to date within the present, he admitted was not but utilizing the “F-Phrase” – finals.
Amy added they’re simply “working every week as they arrive”.
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday at 7.05pm on BBC One.