Strictly Come Dancing judge Craig Revel Horwood has suggested Danny Mac may not win the show.
Despite Danny's repeated topping of the scoreboard and perfect marks, Craig thinks the glitterball could go to one of his rivals.
"Danny is such an amazing dancer, I’m definitely keen to sign him up for a role in one of my shows one day. He’s the perfect package, after all," Craig said this week.
But writing in his column for Woman magazine Craig added: “That being said, I don’t think it’s a foregone conclusion that he’ll win the series.”
Danny recently made Strictly history with the first ever perfect marks for a Samba, leaving him the odds-on favourite to win.
The Hollyoaks hunk is red hot at 4/9 to claim the Glitterball Trophy in the Strictly final this month, and he may be unstoppable.
Singer Louise Redknapp is his nearest rival at 9/4 as we head into the semi-finals on Saturday, with gymnast Claudia Fragapane next in line at 11/1. TV presenter Ore Oduba remains the outsider at 25/1 to win after a second appearance in the dance off last Sunday night.
Liam Glynn, BoyleSports spokesperson said: “Strictly is down to the semi-final stage and at present, it’s Danny Mac who is the one to beat. The actor, who remains top of the leaderboard, was as big as 9/1 to win back in September and is now odds on at 4/9 to claim the Glitterball trophy in two weeks’ time.”
He added: “Louise Redknapp has had her followers throughout the competition and despite Danny Mac remaining favourite, we are seeing plenty of interest in the former Eternal member.”
The remaining four couples will return to the dancefloor for the semi final of the competition on Saturday 10th December at 6:50PM.
Then on Sunday 11th December at 7.20pm on BBC One one more celebrity will leave the competition in the latest results show.