Strictly: Kym Marsh discusses 'changing her mindset'
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James Bye became the fifth celebrity to be eliminated from Strictly Come Dancing last week after losing out to Fleur East in the dreaded dance-off. This Sunday, two couples who have never found themselves in the bottom two may be forced to dance again according to data from digital marketing agency Mediaworks.
Mediaworks has been tracking social media sentiment for the remaining Strictly contestants.
From October 22 to November 3, Ellie Taylor has found herself with the lowest score and at the bottom of the chart.
Tyler West is close behind and is the only other celebrity to have a negative score.
Could these two face the dance-off for the first time on Sunday?
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Meanwhile, Kym Marsh has shot to the top of the sentiment chart with the most positive score of the series so far.
This suggests that regardless of how she’s critiqued by the judges she will avoid the dance-off with the public’s support.
Ellie T and Johnnaes Radebe will be hoping they break the mould with their Rumba to Alone by Heart.
However, Strictly fans will know the Rumba is traditionally marked low by the judges.
Tyler and Dianne Buswell will be performing a Viennese waltz to I’ve Been Loving You Too Long by Seal while Kym and Graziano Di Prima tackle an Argentine Tango to John Powell’s Assassin’s Tango.
Bookmakers Ladbrokes have also tipped Ellie T to be the sixth celebrity to leave the competition.
The bookies have priced the comedian at 6/4 to be sent packing.
Alex Apati of Ladbrokes said: “Ellie Taylor is yet to face a dance-off and despite receiving the joint-highest score last weekend, the odds suggest she’ll be sent packing on Sunday.”
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Surprisingly, Kym is the bookies’ second favourite to be eliminated.
Ladbrokes have priced her as 3/1 to leave Strictly this weekend.
However, will her support on social media save the Coronation Street from the dance-off?
Elsewhere, Kym opened up on Strictly spin-off It Takes Two on how she avoided the bottom two last weekend.
Kym remarked: “Last Saturday I just went out and thought, ‘No I am having it, I am having it.’
“My mindset just changed and I had a little word with myself and said, ‘What are you doing? Just enjoy it, it’s a dance, enjoy the dance, enjoy being with Graziano.’
“And I did that, I really did and it was a great week for me, my best week I think so far.”
Strictly Come Dancing airs on BBC One on Saturday at 7pm.
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