Before the live show, Katya Jones from Strictly Come Dancing dealt a crushing blow house.
STRICTLY COME DANCING pro Katya Jones has been dealt a devastating blow just hours before the live show, with bookies predicting that she and partner Adam Peaty will be the next pair eliminated from the BBC series.
Adam Peaty, a professional dancer and partner Olympian on Strictly Come Dancing, is currently the bookies’ favorite to be sent home on Sunday after appearing in the dance-off during Halloween Week.
Will this be his last chance to impress the judges? The pair will take to the Strictly stage tonight for Week seven of the competition.
Adam’s odds have dropped dramatically in recent weeks, and his chances of being eliminated this week aren’t looking much better, with bookmakers Ladbrokes putting his chances of being eliminated at 15/8.
The Olympian is the favorite to be ejected from the show, with Dan Walker, last week’s favorite, at 9/4.
“Money talks, and Dan’s the man punters want out of Strictly next,” said Jessica O’Reilly, a spokesperson for Ladbrokes.
“This bodes well for Adam and Katya’s chances of making it through the dreaded dance-off for the second week in a row.”
Adam and Katya performed the Viennese Waltz to Ludwig Van Beethoven’s “Moonlight Sonata” during Halloween Week.
“I love the set-up and the drama between you two, it was very intense,” Motsi Mabuse said after Adam and Katya performed their Waltz to mixed reviews from the judges.
“When you first started, I was like ‘Wow, look at him go,’ and it was really compact, but I think you let a little bit go toward the end, and the framing became a little heavy.”
“I think you are a competitor extraordinaire,” said head judge Shirley Ballas. “You come out week after week, you look determined, and you look on a mission.”
“There are a lot of things that have improved in there, but I’d like to give you a small tip: if you want to continue in the competition, you need to get your dairy air right.”
“Your left arm is amazing, please don’t change that anymore,” Anton Du Beke said. “You’ve got a great left arm, well done you!”
“I thought it was a little bit laboured, it lacked flow, it was too low into the knees, and as Shirley.
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