Louise Redknapps' odds of winning Strictly Come Dancing 2016 have been slashed.
It follows a surprise bottom two dance off in tonight's results show.
On Saturday night the then four celebs on this year's line up each danced two new routines with their pro partners in a bid to make the final.
The marks from the judges for the celebrities' latest dances were added together and combined with the results of the viewer vote. Those in the bottom were Claudia Fragapane and Danny Mac.
After dancing again, the judges decided to save Danny as Claudia became the next celeb to leave the competition.
Danny joins Louise and Ore Oduba in the final next weekend.
Bookmaker Coral has slashed Louise's odds to 13-8 from 11-4 to win Strictly Come Dancing, after she waltzed her way to next weekend's grand finale.
Louise, the only celeb now never to be in the dance off, is now hot on the heels of long-time favourite Danny Mac as second favourite. However, Coral has eased the actor's odds out to 10-11 from 4-9. Ore Orduba is the outsider of the three at odds of 9-2.
"Louise Redknapp clearly has the popularity vote and punters are now queuing up to back her winning the coveted Glitter Ball trophy over Danny Mac next weekend," said Coral's Nicola McGeady.
Next Saturday, the three remaining couples will return to the dancefloor to battle it out in the ballroom for the very last time in Strictly Come Dancing – The Final.
They will dance three routines - their favourite, the judges' choice, and a spectacular show-dance, in a bid to win the viewers' votes and the 2016 Glitter Ball trophy.
The Strictly Come Dancing – The Final will be live on Saturday 17th December at 6:40pm on BBC One.