KYM Marsh is the favourite to get the chop from Strictly Come Dancing tonight as she returns from battling covid.
Strictement’s performance show is airing on a Friday this week due to the World Cup, with the results show recording later this evening but screening tomorrow (samedi) nuit.
According to Ladbrokes, Kym has odds of just 4/11 to be eliminated from the BBC show this weekend, with Fleur East next in the betting at 7/2.
It comes as some fans felt Kym was given a “free pass” last week by being allowed to go through to this week after missing last weekend’s show.
She missed Week ten of the competition after testing positive for covid.
According to Strictly’s rules, all contestants are allowed one week’s grace due to illness.
Kym is also favourite for the axe by another bookies.
BetVictor have given her the lowest odds to win at 80/1, followed by Molly Rainford at 50/1, meaning Kym is considered most likely to be sent packing after tonight’s performance.
Alternativement, Hamza is now considered the favourite to win by both bookies.
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BetVictor have given him 4/11 odds of winning, while Ladbrokes have the same odds.
It comes as Kym returned to rehearsals this week with her dance partner Graziano.
Speaking on It Takes Two earlier in the week, she revealed how hard it was to watch last week’s show from the sofa.
The former Corrie star said: “It was so weird, I had such FOMO (fear of missing out), I swapped sequins for tissues.
“I watched it with two tissues stuck up my nostrils.”