Strictly Come Dancing 2014 results: Alison Hammond is favourite to go

Tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2014 results odds

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Alison Hammond is the favourite to get the axe in tonight's Strictly Come Dancing 2014 results.

Last night saw the remaining nine acts each performing live once more for the judges' votes, with Pixie Lott topping the scoreboard.

At odds of 80/1 to win, Alison is the strong favourite to get the axe with Steve Backshall and Judy Murray (both at 66/1) next in line.

With TellyMix readers and Alison, Steve, Sunetra Sarka and Simon Webbe all came in the bottom half of our latest popularity poll.

But with Alison landing towards the bottom of the judges' scores too - as opposed to Simon who was Number 2 in the panel's rankings - it doesn't bode well for the This Morning star.

Meanwhile, bookmakers William Hill have a new favourite in their betting for who will win Strictly Come Dancing as Frankie Bridge is offered at 2/1.

Jake Wood had a bad night yesterday and is out to 11/4, whilst Pixie who topped the leaderboard with her fabulous Foxtrot is now at 3/1 from 7/2.

“Pixie was the star on the night but Frankie has been the star of the series,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.

Who was your favorite in last night's Strictly? Tell us in the comments below!

Strictly Come Dancing continues tonight on BBC One at 7:45PM with the latest results show.

Browse pictures of yesterday evening's performances here...

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