Strictly Come Dancing tonight, Danny and his professional dance partner Amy Dowden saw a Samba to Feels Like Home by Sigala, Fuse ODG, Sean Paul and Kent Jones.

The pair scored just 27 points for the Latin routine and Danny was "refreshed" by the judges over his performance.

Bruno Tonioli said to Danny, "You did it like the Dominican Express. But you have to be very careful.

"You can not be too hot and staccato, what you do with your partner is that you push him and lose that gentle jump.

"Always, always, guide and glide through the dance. If you push, the poor girl does not know where to go. "

Judge Craig Revel Horwood added: "I found it very sharp and stiff and that's what Bruno was all about.

"It's too hard. There is too much energy. And I never say that to dancers. "

"You just have to relax a bit, sweetheart."

He said he needed to "calm down".

Danny is the favorite celebrity who was eliminated from the contest tonight.

Bookmaker Betway announced that its chances of being voted out were 5/1.

A bookies spokesman told "Danny John-Jules has shown a consistent performance at Strictly this year, but it's hardly the ideal preparation to go broke with your dance partner, and he becomes the club supports boots.

"We saw a lot of support for the Red Dwarf actor in the next knockout market, and he's now the next to leave this year's show with a 5: 1 from 11: 1.

"Kate Silverton leads the betting with 7/4, while the last two survivors last week, Charles Venn, and Graeme Swann lag behind with 11/4."

It comes after it's been reported that the couple failed the rehearsals last week.

When she appeared on It Takes Two on Friday night, Amy beat back the bullying allegations.

She told host Gethin Jones: "The rehearsals got a bit more intense the other day.

"Wednesday was that?" Gethin asked.

"Yes, but you know what we had half an hour off and got right to it. I never felt bullied or threatened by Danny, "Amy continued.

"I really want to bring this man to Blackpool and then to the final."

Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One at 7.50pm tomorrow.


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