Here are the favourites to leave in tonight's latest Strictly Come Dancing 2018 results show.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman hosted the latest live show on Saturday, as the couples took to the dancefloor once more.
Judges Dame Darcey Bussell,, Craig Revel Horwood and head judge Shirley Ballas were joined by guest judge Alfonso Ribeiro for the week to give their marks, which will be combined with the public votes to determine the two couples at the bottom of the leader board. Tonight, they must perform again in the dreaded dance-off to save their place in the competition.
The judges will then decide which dancing duo is safely through to next week and which couple will be the fourth to waltz out of the competition.
And things aren't looking great for Vick Hope, the favourite to be booted out in this weekend's Strictly results after a "disaster" Cha Cha to More Than Friends by James Hype feat. Kelli-Leigh, scored just 20 points to place her bottom of the scores.
Also at risk is the controversy-embroiled Seann Walsh. While he avoided the dance off last week, where it was Katie Piper who left Strictly Come Dancing, the reviews for his latest routine weren't as positive.
He scored just 24 marks for a Quickstep to Lightning Bolt by Jake Bugg, placing him second from bottom of the scores. Joining him there is Lauren Steadman, who performed the first ever contemporary routine in Strictly history.
Before the live show, Dr. Ranj had been the favourite to leave and could too be in danger of being in the dance off. His American Smooth to Wouldn’t It Be Nice by The Beach Boys scored just 25 marks, placing him just above the bottom of the scoreboard before the viewer votes are added.
On the other hand, after two weeks in the dance off, Charles Venn bounced back with a Street routine which saw him score his best marks yet. With 36 points, he was second on the judges' leaderboard and looks to be safe for another week.
This evening's results show will see the judges' scores combined with the latest viewer vote.
The two celebrity couples in the bottom two of the overall rankings will find themselves having to dance again before the judges decide who stays.
Plus, ther will be a sensational group number from the professional dancers, a special music performance from Paloma Faith, and the judges will once again be putting Saturday night’s routines under the microscope.
Remember, Strictly is back Sunday night on BBC One with the results from 7:45PM