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 following last weekend's Halloween special.
Judges Dame Darcey Bussell, Craig Revel Horwood, Bruno Tonioli, and head judge Shirley Ballas were back again to cast a critical eye over all of the latest routines.
As always, they awarded marks out of 10 for the performances, with those scores combined with the latest public votes to determine the two couples at the bottom of the leader board. Tonight, those two couples face the dance off to stay in the competition.
The judges will decide which of the duos to keep and put through to next week and which couple will be the next to waltz out of the competition.
And things aren't looking great for Dr Ranj Singh, the favourite to be booted out in this weekend's Strictly results. While his Samba to Freedom 90 by George Michael saw a respectable 27 points, it still left him in the bottom half of the leaderboard.
Bookies Ladbrokes have him as the tip to go tonight, ahead of Graeme Swann who was in the dance off last week where it was Seann Walsh who left Strictly.
Two couples did score fewer points that Dr Ranj - Danny John-Jules and Amy Dowden struggled with their Quickstep and Kate Silverton and Aljaž Skorjanec split the panel with the first Argentine Tango of the series - but it seems viewers could save them from the bottom two.
At the other end of things, Stacey Dooley remains the current favourite to win even though it was Ashley Roberts and Faye Tozer who once again topped the night's leaderboard.
Jessica Bridge from bookmakers Ladbrokes said: "Even with a visit to the hospital this week, punters can't get enough of Stacey and they're convinced she's still the one to beat this year."
Tonight 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, there will be a sensational group number from the professional dancers together with a special music performance from Jess Glynne.
Remember, Strictly is back Sunday night on BBC One with the results from 7:50PM