Strictly Come Dancing 2021: Hours before the live show, Tilly Ramsay was dealt a crushing blow.


Strictly Come Dancing 2021: Hours before the live show, Tilly Ramsay was dealt a crushing blow.

TILLY RAMSAY was dealt a bad hand just hours before the live show of Strictly Come Dancing.

The remaining celebrities will take to the dancefloor for Musicals Week on Saturday night’s episode of Strictly Come Dancing in an attempt to impress the judges.

Sara Davies was eliminated from the BBC show last weekend after finishing in the bottom two with Tilly Ramsay.

Gordon Ramsay’s daughter was ultimately saved by the judges.

Tilly’s luck, however, may be running out this weekend, as she could be eliminated, according to bookmaker Betfair.

The 20-year-old, who has already finished in the bottom two twice, is one of the bookies’ top picks to go home.

Dan Walker, the BBC Breakfast presenter, is also in danger of losing his job.

Tom Fletcher of McFly has a 41 percent chance of leaving.

“The betting suggests Dan Walker’s time on Strictly may finally be up,” Betfair spokesperson Sam Rosbottom said.

“As he is the 118 favorite to foxtrot away from the ballroom this weekend, despite avoiding a dance-off on the show thus far.”

“However, the breakfast host is only a whisker ahead of Tilly Ramsay, 74, who has appeared in the last two dance-offs and was granted a reprieve by the judges.”

Rose Ayling-Ellis, the star of EastEnders, is still the clear favorite to win the Glitterball Trophy this year.

“I love this dance and I’d love to do it again,” Tilly told host Tess Daly after learning she was in the bottom two for the second week in a row.

“I’ll just try to improve it.”

“Shirley, this is Tilly’s second week in the dance-off,” Tess continued, turning to judge Shirley Ballas.

“Could you please give her some words of encouragement right now?”

“For starters, Tilly, you are a woman on a mission,” Shirley responded.

“You’re going out there.”

You’ll do exactly what you did before, listen to the music, and avoid making any errors.

“Now it’s down to the nitty gritty.

This is a close call, and everyone is fantastic.

“However, I am confident that if you can hold up that frame and make no mistakes, you will be fine.”

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.

Rose is the clear favorite to win, but John Whaite isn’t far behind with.

“News from the Brinkwire.”


Comments are closed.