Last weekend, Kym Marsh and her partner Graziano di Prima landed in the bottom two and had to perform in the dance-off against Matt Goss. However, luckily for Kym, the Strictly Come Dancing judges chose to save her, meaning Matt was sent home. However, new evidence has suggested the former soap star could end up in the bottom two once again this weekend.
According to digital marketing agency Mediaworks, Kym has the lowest sentiment score and is the favourite to be eliminated this weekend.
The data has suggested that Kym will have to perform in the dance-off against Tony Adams or Hamza Hassin.
Despite Hamza topping the leaderboard last weekend, he could be at risk following the “Chat online around ‘knee’, ‘pain’, and ‘concerns’ (world cloud available).”
The evidence also claims Tony, who has been a hit with viewers, could also be at risk of landing in the bottom two.
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Meanwhile, Tyler West has rocketed to the top of the sentiment rankings following his energetic performance with Dianne Buswell.
Fleur East, who has also been in the dance-off has moved into the top three, while Helen Skelton has taken a dramatic drop.
But, will Kym do enough this weekend to keep her place in the competition?
Another expert who believes Kym and Graziano are at risk is psychologist Dr Arthur Cassidy.
“But I always say, someone has to go and if we’re in the bottom two, then we’re in the bottom two.
“We had a great time Saturday and if I’m going out with that dance then I’m really happy.”
The judges went on to explain that because Kym and Graziano landed in the middle of the leaderboard, they were in the “danger zone”.
“I thought you did such a great job on Saturday night,” Craig Revel Horwood told Kym.
“My advice can only be, do exactly the same again, you’re amazing.”
Craig, Anton du Beke and Motsi Mabuse all chose to save the former soap star, meaning Kym was safe from elimination.
It also meant that it didn’t matter who Shirley Ballas could have voted for because Kym received three votes.
Strictly Come Dancing returns on Saturday at 6.40pm on BBC One.