Tumble results: Andrea McClean tipped for exit as show future already in doubt

Andrea McLean tumble

The future of BBC One's Tumble is already in doubt after lacklustre ratings.

After a mixed response from viewers and flat viewing figures of just 3 million viewers, bookies have made it odds-on the show won't be returning to our screens for a second series after just ONE episode.

The first ten celebs performed live for the first time last night and next Saturday evening the live shows will continue with the first elimination.

And it's Loose Woman Andrea McClean who finds herself as the early favourite to be eliminated from Tumble first according to the latest odds from Ladbrokes.

After just one week in the competition it's Andrea who is fancied for the axe first at odds of just 6/4, followed closely by Emma (2/1) and Lucy (5/2).

Meanwhile, at the other end of the betting John has been heavily backed by punters into 7/4, along with Carl (4/1) and Bobby (9/2).

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "John impressed both judges and punters and it's secured his position as clear favourite. It's early doors but we reckon the ratings will continue to tumble and a second series seems out of the question.

Ladbrokes latest betting

Tumble winner
John Patridge 7/4
Carl Froch 4/1
Bobby Lockwood 9/2
Ian 'H' Watkins 6/1
Amelle Berabah 10/1
Sarah Harding 12/1
Peter Duncan 12/1
Lucy Mecklenburgh 25/1
Emma Samms 33/1
Andrea McClean 50/1

First elimination
Andrea McClean 6/4
Emma Samms 2/1
Lucy Mecklenburgh 5/2
Peter Duncan 14/1
Amelle Berabah 20/1
Sarah Harding 25/1
Bobby Lockwood 50/1
Ian 'H' Watkins 66/1
Carl Froch 80/1
John Patridge 100/1

Tumble series 2 to not be commissioned 4/5

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