Here's who could be going home in tonight's latest Strictly Come Dancing 2018 results show.
Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman hosted the latest live show on Saturday night as nine couples danced once more.
Judges Dame Darcey Bussell, Craig Revel Horwood, Bruno Tonioli, and head judge Shirley Ballas were back again to give their honest opinions on all of the 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.
At the bottom of the scoreboard for a second week running were Danny John-Jules and Amy Dowden after dancing the Samba. The poor showing followed off-camera controversy, with claims of rows between the pair in rehearsals.
As a result, the couple find themselves chalked up as the favourites to go tonight.
Jessica Bridge of bookmakers Ladbrokes said: "Bets are pouring in for Danny to leave the competition and the pressure is firmly on him to prove the doubters wrong."
Also in danger before the public votes are added are Kate Silverton and Aljaž Skorjanec. They upped their marks from last week with a Quickstep but it wasn't enough to lift them out of the bottom two.
Meanwhile, Ashley Roberts and Pasha Kovalev were top of the leaderboard again last night, scoring a near-perfect 39 points. They had their Couples’ Choice routine, opting to perform a Contemporary dance to Unsteady which Ashley dedicated to her late father.
Elsewhere, Charles Venn and Karen Clifton scored their best marks yet with 35 points for a Charleston. It follows a third appearance in the bottom two dance off last Sunday, where it was Dr Ranj Singh who left Strictly.
In tonight's Strictly Come Dancing results, the two celebrity couples in the bottom two of the combined judges' and viewer 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 Italian singer-songwriter Andrea Bocelli, and his son Matteo.
Strictly is back Sunday night on BBC One with the results from 7:50PM, Sunday November 11.