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Sunday 20th October 2019

Strictly Come Dancing: Bookies reveal favourite to get eliminated

Another pair will leave this weekend

Bookies have revealed the favourite to get eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing.

The BBC show has entered the third week and the competition is definitely heating up.

According to Ladbrokes, David James and Anneka Rice are the two contestants who are most at risk of facing elimination.

Anneka is a favourite to get eliminated (Credit: BBC)

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The bookmakers have put odds at 100/1 for retired goalkeeper David and TV presenter Anneka to get the boot.

Former Emmerdale actor Kelvin Fletcher is the current favourite to win the series followed by presenter Karim Zeroual.

The contestants will take to the dance floor tonight for Movie Week.

It was earlier reported that professional dancer Dianne Buswell was rushed to hospital after falling eight foot from above celeb partner Dev Griffin's shoulders as he tried to rotate her.

Will David get the boot this weekend? (Credit: Wenn)

A source told The Sun: "It was horrible to watch Dianne lying prostrate on the floor. Dev was desperate at what had happened.

"It was a total accident but he felt 100 per cent responsible.

It was a total accident but he felt 100 per cent responsible.

"He was praying that there was no serious damage - the worst case scenario was that she had some internal head injuries."

On Saturday morning, Dianne assured fans she's okay and will be dancing in tonight's live show.

She said on Twitter: "Morning everybody thank you for all the lovely messages of concern.

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"We had an accident key word being accident it was not Dev's fault at all these things happen.

"But great news is I’m fine and we both can not wait to dance tonight, thanks again for your thoughts and well wishes."

Strictly Come Dancing continues tonight at 7.10pm on BBC One.

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