Saffron Barker at risk of elimination on Strictly Come Dancing

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Saffron Barker is tipped to be the next celeb out of Strictly Come Dancing 2019.

This week sees the remaining six celebrities and their pros dance live once more for a place in the Quarter Finals.

After appearing in the bottom two last weekend, where it was Michelle Visage who left, vlogger Saffron is the favourite to be next out.

Saffron is backed from 4-1 to 2-1 with bookmakers to be the unlucky one to miss out on a place in the Musicals themed special next weekend.

However bookies Star Sports report that Karim Zeroual has also attracted some significant bets and is 20-1 from 50-1 to be voted off next.

Meanwhile, Kelvin is continuing as the odds-on favourite to win the show and lift the glitterball in next month's final.

Star spokesman, Gary Burton said: "Most fans think Kelvin has the glitterball prize wrapped up already, so it's the elimination betting where all the money is going, and Saffron looks like she might be in trouble if the punters are right.

"She has been heavily backed all week and has halved in price. Karim has also been backed, and it would be a huge shock if the four time top scorer were to leave this week."

Star are also betting on there being a maximum 40 scored for the first time this series on Saturday at 5-6, while it's the same price for Kelvin to be the first celebrity to pick up the elusive top score.

Strictly Come Dancing airs tonight on Saturday, November 23 at 7PM.

Alongside the performances from the celebrity couples, Strictly's own judge Bruno Tonioli will open tonight's episode with a rendition of Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, accompanied by a dazzling dance number from the Strictly pros.

Strictly will be back tomorrow, Sunday at the later time of 7:15PM with the latest results show as the bottom two couples based on judges' scores and viewer votes is revealed.

Five will make it through to next Saturday's Quarter Final which will have a Musicals theme.

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