Shirley Ballas is leaving Strictly Come Dancing after a major sign was discovered by an expert.
According to UberKinky’s body language expert Ruby Payne, SHIRLEY BALLAS could be the next judge to leave Strictly Come Dancing.
The remaining celebrities will take to the dancefloor for Musicals week on Saturday’s episode of Strictly Come Dancing in an attempt to impress the judges.
After testing positive for coronavirus, Craig Revel Horwood will not be joining Shirley Ballas, Motsi Mabuse, or Anton du Beke on the panel.
Cynthia Erivo, a Grammy Award-winning singer and actress, will take Craig’s place.
Craig is the panel’s only remaining original judge.
After Bruno Tonioli was unable to travel to the UK due to coronavirus restrictions, Anton has stepped in to fill the void.
Darcey Bussell was replaced on the panel in 2019 by professional dancer Motsi.
Shirley took over as head judge from Len Goodman in 2017.
Although none of the current judges have stated that they plan to leave the show, body language expert Ruby believes Shirley may be planning to leave soon after spotting a major sign.
“If there was anyone I thought could be leaving imminently, it would be judge Shirley Ballas,” Ruby said in an exclusive interview with This website.
“Despite the fact that she has been on the show for four years, Shirley has previously admitted that she does not feel completely settled because a large part of her family lives in the United States.”
“This is a clear indication that she may be leaving the show soon.”
“However, based on her body language, it appears that if Shirley does decide to leave the show, it will be for personal reasons rather than professional ones.”
“Shirley is a confident decision-maker who isn’t afraid to make gestures or use technical language, and she obviously knows what she’s talking about.”
The bookmakers have been keeping a close eye on the celebrities throughout the series as they try to predict who will win the Glitterball Trophy.
According to the most recent odds, EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis and her dance partner Giovanni Pernice have a 29 percent chance of winning.
With odds of 51, John Whaite is right behind the soap star.
With odds of 81, AJ Odudu and her dance partner Kai Widdrington are also in contention to win.
According to Betfair’s latest odds, BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker will be the show’s next celebrity to leave.
Tilly is her name.
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