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Strictly fans are buzzing as this weekend is the iconic Halloween Week with spooky costumes, haunting routines and possibly scream-worthy scores from the judges. Unfortunately, one couple is going to be axed from the BBC competition as it is time for another duo to be sent packing. Express.co.uk has everything you need to know on who is the favourite to leave this time.
Who is favourite to be eliminated from Strictly next?
Strictly Come Dancing will be back for Halloween Week with the contestants’ songs and dances revealed earlier in the week.
From Tangos and villainous Vienesse Waltzs to a Jive and a devilish Paso Doble, Saturday night (October 30) is expected to be one to remember.
Of course, it will be the end of the road for one couple with fans voting after the show and the results being revealed on Sunday, October 31.
But bookmakers Coral has already had its say on who they think will be next to go.
The odds are against comedian and Loose Women star Judi Love as she has been announced as Coral’s favourite to be eliminated next at 1/4.
Harry Aitkenhead from Coral said: “Judi is back on the dancefloor this weekend but we think it is highly likely that it is the last we see of her on Strictly.
“We make her odds on to be eliminated this weekend.”
There is good reason for this prediction as well given Judi’s recent time on the show.
Judi was in the bottom two in both weeks three and four, going against Katie McGlynn and Greg Wise respectively in the dance-offs.
She then wasn’t able to perform last weekend as Judi received a positive COVID-19 test result.
There was some concern that she wasn’t going to return at all to Strictly as she said it had been a “rough few days” during an Instagram live video.
Nevertheless, Judi will be back fighting in Halloween Week where she will take on the Cha Cha to Physical by Olivia Newton-John.
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But will she be able to win over the judges and public with this routine or is Judi really going to be the next celebrity kicked off the show?
There is concern elsewhere as the second favourite to go is BBC Breakfast host Dan Walker with 5/2 who hasn’t been scoring too highly as of late.
Fellow bookmakers William Hill though has marked him to be the most likely to go with 9/2 odds.
Also at risk is CBBC presenter Rhys Stephenson with 6/1 who narrowly missed being eliminated last week.
He was in the dreaded dance-off with former rugby player Ugo Monye but the judges unanimously voted to save Rhys.
On the other end of the spectrum is EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis who has been named as joint-favourite to win with 4/7 odds.
She is tied with Great British Bake Off and Steph’s Packed Lunch star John Whaite at 4/7.
In third place for the title is presenter Aj Odudu who currently has 7/1 odds of lifting up the Glitterball Trophy.
Strictly Come Dancing continues on Saturday, October 30, at 7.10pm on BBC One.
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