Strictly Come Dancing was back with the seven remaining couples, as the show’s final draws ever closer. Emma Barton was back this evening with Anton Du Beke, and she managed to give him a show first in tonight’s episode when they were awarded two tens from the judges.
Emma Barton has been one to watch this series, as she has consistently performed good routines throughout the competition.
This evening, she was back with her partner Anton Du Beke to dance an American Smooth to Let’s Face the Music and Dance by Ella Fitzgerald.
Her dazzling routine was met with huge praise from the judges this evening, and her scores certainly reflected this, as she managed her highest score of 37 points.
She managed to delight Anton as she secured him his first ever tens in the 17 years he has appeared on the show.
The 7 remaining couples are back tonight as they continue to compete to win the coveted Glitterball Trophy from the iconic Blackpool Tower.
It was Mike Bushell’s turn to leave the series last week, as he found himself in the dance off four a fourth time, alongside Drag Race judge Michelle Visage.
Chris Ramsey is odds on to depart this weekend, at 4/6, according to bookmaker’s Coral.
“The competition is really hotting up now we’ve got to Blackpool and as the standard goes up and up we think it will be Chris that is left behind. He is odds on to be eliminated this weekend,” said Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead.
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At the other end of the leaderboard, Kelvin Fletcher remains the favourite to win at 4/7 odds, with CBBC presenter Karim Zeroual not far behind at 3/1.
“It’s a two dancer race at the moment for the Glitterball Trophy, but it is definitely Kelvin who is the hot favourite from him and Karim.
“He’s well on course for victory at the moment,” said Coral’s Harry Aitkenhead.
As the celebs gear up for their turn to dance from Blackpool, will anyone manage to get the perfect score of 40 from the judges?
Strictly Come Dancing: The Results airs tomorrow at 7.15pm on BBC One.
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