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Max George and professional dance partner Dianne Buswell performed the American Smooth to It Had To Be You last night on Strictly Come Dancing. Together they were awarded 20 points from the judges. JJ Chalmers, on the other hand, dance a Jive alongside Amy Dowden and they were given 17 points. According to the latest data from Mediaworks exclusively given to Express.co.uk, these two contestants could face one another tonight during the dance-off.
Overnight, Mediaworks has delivered the latest social sentiment analysis, which shows which contestant is popular with Twitter users following their week four performances.
And while nobody score has dropped since their routines aired to millions across the nation, JJ and Max are at the bottom.
JJ’s social sentiment score is the lowest out of all the celebrities at 0.55 – which has increased slightly from 0.42 yesterday.
Max, however, sits second to bottom at 0.88 – again a small increase from Saturday’s score of 0.79.
With these two proving less popular with those who may choose to vote, will they be battling it out later this evening for a place in next week’s show?
As for who seems to be guaranteed a spot, Caroline Quentin is going from strength to strength.
She and Johannes Radebe danced the Waltz and earned themselves their highest score to date with 22 points.
Mediaworks revealed her social sentiment score to be 2.01, a rise from Saturday’s 1.81.
Behind Caroline is Clara Amfo, and it’s no surprise after she topped the leaderboard last night.
She and Aljaz Skorjanec were awarded a whopping 29 out of 30 for their Charleston and she currently sits second on the chart with 1.70.
Narrowly behind the BBC Radio 1 DJ is Maisie Smith.
The EastEnders star seems to be having a love-hate relationship with the public after she experienced a huge high on the social sentiment chart earlier this week, only to find herself drop to second-bottom yesterday.
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Her position now, however, 1.69, a staggering increase from 0.30 just 24 hours early.
Following their sensational Samba, Jamie Laing and Karen Hauer are fourth on the chart with a score of 1.61.
HRVY sits fifth with 1.41, while Good Morning Britain’s Ranvir Singh is slightly behind the YouTuber with 1.22.
As for bookmakers favourite Bill Bailey, his Street/Commercial routine which landed him a cracking 27 points from the judges sees him sitting comfortably in the middle with 1.19.
Following all performances, Strictly fans took to Twitter to suggest who they think will be in the bottom two tonight.
“Nobody is especially bad this year, so there’s probably going to be an upset with the bottom two and elimination this week. #strictly,” a tweet read.
Someone else mentioned: “There’s not a lot to say about the #Strictly elimination this week, with Nicola having to leave due to COVID regs I’m certain they’ll now want a male act to leave. So it’s a straight shootout between Jamie and JJ.”
“I never want jamie and karen to leave. they make me smile so much !! #strictly #strictlycomedancing,” a third remarked.
One tweet read: “I think Caroline could be the one to leave, I hate to say it. #Strictly.”
Strictly Come Dancing the elimination airs tonight on BBC One at 7.25pm.
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