Louis Smith continues to triumph in our weekly Strictly Come Dancing popularity poll.
The Olympian has been top of our poll for the past four weeks and doesn't look set to lose his title any time soon.
Kimberley Walsh however is a strong second favourite, with her and Louis well ahead of the rest of the celebrities.
Lisa Riley continues to prove popular in third spot, while Dani Harmer has certainly seen her support increase.
The so called "dark pony" of the competition was in danger of elimination in the first few weeks, but is now ahead of Denise Van Outen with the public's support.
Looking to tomorrow night's elimination and Nicky Byrne, Victoria Pendleton and Michael Vaughan are all in the danger zone.
Of course, if they get the high scores they could avoid the dance off, so tonight the pressure will be on for them to impress.
Confident bookies however reckon there's little Victoria can do, with William Hill making her the 13/8 favourite to be eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing this weekend as her ride on the crest of the Olympic wave looks to be coming to an end.
Rather surprisingly, William Hill have seen a fair amount of money for Dani Harmer to win the show this week. The Tracy Beaker actress has been backed in to 12/1 from 16/1 under the weight of money that has come in for her since the end of last Sunday’s show.
Louis Smith has been stuttering of late but is still the favourite to win with Denise Van Outen quickly catching him up at 13/8. Van outen is the 8/11 favourite to score top points this week, Dani Harmer is 3/1 and the show favourite Smith is 9/2.
“Pendleton has done well to still be in the competition as she hasn’t lived up to people’s expectations but with Richard Arnold gone she is surely next to waltz off the show,” said William Hill spokesman Mark Young.
Be sure to check back after tonight's show for our new poll, but for now, vote for you favourite below...
Strictly Come Dancing 2012 continues tonight, Saturday, 24th November at 18:30 with the latest Strictly results show on Sunday 25th November at 1925 on BBC One and BBC One HD.