Strictly fans are convinced they have ‘worked out’ who will be eliminated from the show this week.
Last week, Zara McDermott, 26, and her dance partner Graziano DiPrima, 29, were voted out by the judges after finding themselves in the dance off for the third time.
They were up against Adam Thomas, 35, and Luba Mushtuk, 33, and now, ahead of Saturday’s live show, viewers have voiced their predictions the Waterloo Road star could go next as they are set to dance the notoriously tricky Rumba.
They will dance it to Calum Scott’s rendition of Dancing on My Own.
Bookmakers have also tipped Adam as the favourite to be voted out on Sunday’s show at 8/11, while Angela Scanlon is 9/2 to go, alongside Annabel Croft.
Predictions: Strictly fans are convinced they have ‘worked out’ who will be eliminated from the show this week
Last week, Zara McDermott, 26, and her dance partner Graziano DiPrima, 29, were voted out after a dance-off with Adam Thomas and Luba Mustuk
Nicola McGeady of Ladbrokes said: ‘Adam Thomas is on borrowed time on Strictly Come Dancing as far as we are concerned. We would be surprised to lose any other celebrity, but the odds suggest he will face Angela Scanlon or Annabel Croft in the dance-off.’
Viewers wrote on Reddit: ‘They want Adam to go next, don’t they?’ and ‘Rumba for Adam post a dance off? Yeah it’s not looking good.’
Adam was also forced to miss some rehearsal this week due to his health. He took to Instagram to share a selfie and wrote: ‘Not dancing today’.
The actor has rheumatoid arthritis which causes severe pain in his knees that then travels to his ankles, toes, wrists and fingers.
Adam appeared on It Takes Two earlier this week and spoke about his experience of being in the dreaded dance off.
Borrowed time? Ahead of Saturday’s live show, viewers have voiced their predictions Waterloo Road star Adam could go next
Setback: Adam was also forced to miss some rehearsal this week due to his health. He took to Instagram to share a selfie and wrote: ‘Not dancing today’
He said: ‘I don’t know what it was, I was sort of preparing myself for it. I don’t know what it was about that night especially, I just felt like it was going to be our night to be in the dance off,’ he said on the Strictly spin-off.
‘But nothing can prepare you for the dance off. It was so daunting and I was so nervous, but you’ve got to keep thinking, ‘It’s just a dance show, go out there and do the same as you did in the first dance.’
He added: ‘Getting amazing comments from the judges week on, week out, like it’s amazing but then it starts to play with you a little bit because you are getting great comments, you’re getting great scores, and you start to think, “What am I doing wrong?”
‘There’s only so much more I can do here.’
Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday on BBC1 at 7.05pm.