Lisa Snowdon is favourite to get the boot from Strictly Come Dancing this weekend, after surviving the dance-off for two weeks running.
The TV presenter has odds of 11-10 with bookmakers Paddy Power on being voted off this weekend, with Christine Bleakley next in the betting.
Earlier in the week 37-year-old Snowdon said she was worried that the public didn’t like her enough to want to keep her in the show.
Each of the five remaining couples will perform two routines on Saturday – one Latin and one ballroom. Lisa and dance partner Brendan Cole will dance a cha cha cha and a foxtrot in a bid to stay in the competition.
Meanwhile, it’s still looking as if it will be an all-male final, with Tom Chambers and Austin Healy still the front-runners.
However Chambers has now overtaken Healy in the betting and is the favourite to be crowned series champion. Paddy Power are offering odds of 13-8 on the Holby star winning, while rugby ace Healy is next at 7-4.