Strictlys Kym Marsh dealt crushing blow hours before live show

Strictly: Kym Marsh discusses 'changing her mindset'

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Kym Marsh and Graziano Di Prime will be performing an Argentine Tango to John Powell’s Assassin’s Tango as the couple fight for their place in the competition. Despite never finding themselves in the bottom two, bookmakers have predicted Kym and Graziano will be at risk of leaving Strictly Come Dancing.

Ladbrokes have tipped Ellie Taylor and Kym to end up in this week’s dance-off.

The bookies have priced the comedian as 6/4 to be sent packing while Kym follows closely behind at 3/1.

Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Ellie Taylor is yet to face a Dance Off, and despite receiving the joint-highest score last weekend, the odds suggest she’ll be sent packing on Sunday.”

Have the bookies predicted the dance-off correctly?

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Ellie and her partner Johannes Radebe will be performing a Rumba to Alone by Heart. 

At the other end of the scale, Hamza Yassin is the safety celebrity remaining in the competition. 

It appears to be a two-horse race for this year’s Glitterball Trophy with Helen Skelton following behind the Countryile presenter. 

Ladbrokes have priced Hamza and Jowita Przystal as the 8/13 frontrunner this year while Helen and Gorka Marquez are priced at 9/2.

Alex noted: “At best it’s now a two-horse race between Hamza Yassin and Helen Skelton for this year’s Glitterball Trophy, with every other name now being 8/1 or bigger.”

On Saturday, Hamza and Jowita are dancing a Cha Cha to I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch).

Helen and Gorka will be hoping to impress the judges with a Jive to Monáe’s Tightrope. 

Last weekend, James Bye and Amy Dowden were eliminated from the competition. 

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The talented couple will dance a Waltz to I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues by Elton John this weekend. 

Meanwhile, Ellie Simmonds and Nikita Kuzmin will perform a Charleston to Too Darn Hot by Kiss Me Kate and Molly Rainford and Carlos Gu will dance a Foxtrot to You Make Me Happy by My Sun and Stars.

Will Mellor and Nancy Xu will be hoping to impress with a Quickstep to Soda Pop by Robbie Williams featuring Michael Bublé.

Tyler West and Dianne Buswell will be Viennese Waltzing to I’ve Been Loving You Too Long by Seal while Tony Adams and Katya Jones will take on the Salsa to I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho) by Pitbull.

The results of this week’s live show will be revealed by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman on Sunday.

Luke Evans will be performing and the Strictly professionals are joined by some guests for a Bollywood-themed routine.

Strictly Come Dancing airs on BBC One on Saturday at 7pm.

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