Strictly Come Dancing 2013 results: Mark Benton, Fiona Fullerton in danger

Mark Benton (Strictly Come Dancing 2013)

Tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2013 results could see Mark Benton in the dance off again.

Our latest popularity poll places the Waterloo Road star bottom of the public vote, alongside Fiona Fullerton.

The pair were also both joint bottom of the judges' scoreboard last night, despite Mark and his pro partner Iveta Lukosiute scoring their highest total points yet from the judges.

Ben Cohen and Patrick Robinson are also struggling with support from the public vote, but good marks from the panel may save them from the bottom two in this evening's results.

With the bookies and it looks like it is the end of the road for Mark after his dance off last week.

He is 10/11 to be eliminated this season while Fiona Fullerton is 11/8.

“Mark looked like he enjoyed himself out there but now we are at the business end it may be his time to go,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly following yesterday's show.

But it's good news for Susanna Reid, who is quickly becoming the new favourite behind Natalie Gumede. In the space of five days Britain’s biggest bookmaker William Hill have slashed her price from 9/1 to 9/4.

"Wow – we have never seen a gamble like this on Strictly Come Dancing and Susanna could well become favourite in the next few days,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.

However in our poll, it's Sophie Ellis-Bextor who leads, with Susanna in second spot.

Strictly Come Dancing 2013 continues with its results show tonight from 7:15PM on BBC One.

Browse pictures of last night's Strictly performances from Blackpool below...

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