Danny John-Jules Strictly Come Dancing has had a very difficult week this week.
Reports that he and his partner dance partner, Amy Dowden had a little disagreement earlier in the week after he came to the forefront, Danny was finding it difficult to master & # 39; the Samba regime.
However, it looks like they have put their differences to a set and they are now focusing on performing to their best on a tonight show.
Having said that, they are still a Betway favorite to be voted off the next show.
The British actor shows to be removed from Strictly Coming Dancing next is 5/1.
He had been given 11/1 in front of him, but his disagreement with Amy had appeared as if he had given the couple out to leave the competition.
However, the BBC journalist, Kate Silverton, is the favorite to leave Strictly Come Dancing tomorrow.
Kate is welcome to be voted next at 7/4, and is closely followed by Graeme Swann, former England matchman and Charles Venn, who is 11/4.
"Danny John-Jules has been a steady performer on Strictly this year, but the ideal preparation with his / her dance partner is hardly supported and the chest, "said Alan Alger Betway
"We have seen enough support for Red Dwarf actor in the next redundancy market, and is now 5/1 from 11/1 to be the next to leave this year's show.
"Kate Silverton leads the betting at 7/4, while the last two survivors last week, Charles Venn, as well as Graeme Swann, is close at 11/4."
It certainly seems as if this show this weekend was one of the most likely to call.
Danny and Amy will have to make sure they let the dancing speak and have a great score from the judges.
Strictly told Strictly at Express.co.uk: "Danny and Amy have had a difficult week to try and master their difficult Samba.
"They had a minor disagreement earlier this week but quickly back to exercises the same day and there was good practice yesterday.
"They're excited to perform with tomorrow tomorrow."
Recently, Kate said, who is the best to leave this weekend, the terrible injury he has done during pre-show shows last week.
"On Friday, about 5 o'clock, Aljaž pulled me up in the exercises, and he had to spray some room, and I felt that this was a pop," he said on It Take Two.
"Okay, that's not good! Then, like an hour later, [I was] type of racing along the corridor.
"So, basically, the muscles came off the ass."
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 returns tonight at 7pm on BBC One.