Strictlys Kym Marsh dealt crushing blow hours before live show10/29/2022
Strictly: Kym Marsh saved as Matt Goss exits show
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Kym Marsh and her dance partner Graziano di Prima have landed in the bottom two once before, however, the Morning Live presenter could be at risk of leaving Strictly Come Dancing on Sunday. According to Ladbrokes’ latest predictions, the former Coronation Street actress has odds of 2/1 of being given the boot.
James Bye and Ellie Taylor, who both have odds of 5/2 are also at risk of leaving the competition.
While Countryfile star Hamza Yassin is currently the bookies’ favourite to lift the Glitterball trophy.
Hamza has been the outsider of the competition, although, the latest odds claim he has a chance of 8/11 to go all the way.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “All eyes are on Hamza Yassin as far as viewers and punters are concerned, with the odds now very much in his favour to go all the way.”
Helen Skelton follows closely behind Hamza with odds of 4/1 of winning.
While at the other end, Tony Adams has been given the odds of 40/1 of being eliminated.
Last weekend, Jayde Adams was sent home from the competition after landing in the bottom two with Molly Rainford.
The week before, Matt Goss was sent packing along with Richie Anderson and Kaye Adams.
Last weekend, Kym and Graziano were saved from the dance-off, and it was an emotional moment for the presenter.
“My eyes came out of my head and rolled across the dance floor for a minute,” Kym said on Morning Live when chatting about the elimination.
“What you see there, when he picks me up, is that I’ve got a really bad back at the moment.
“So when he picked me up and I was already emotional, as he put me down they were actually tears of pain.”
She added: “I thought ‘Argh my head’s going to pop off.’”
The former pop star went on to admit she is finding filming for Waterloo Road and the gruelling rehearsals difficult.
Despite her busy schedule, Kim went on to add spending time with her family is a priority.
“It’s quite tricky,” Kym continued before adding: “We train as much as we can. We put in as many hours as we can.
“There are some days when it becomes impossible when my schedule at Waterloo Road becomes too manic like we lost Tuesday.
“I was in every single scene, all day at Waterloo Road. It is difficult.
“I have two other jobs and I have a family. They have to be a priority as well.”
Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday at 6.50pm on BBC One.
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