Strictly 2019: Kelvin Fletcher in danger after shock revelation to Claudia Winkleman?
Kelvin Fletcher confessed he was still experiencing motion sickness while practising the Viennese Waltz to Claudia Winkleman on Strictly Come Dancing. The confession came ahead of his performance but thankfully Kelvin was able to get through his performance. After receiving criticism from Shirley Ballas and Craig Revel Horwood, could the former Emmerdale star be in danger of finding himself in the dreaded dance-off?
Claudia asked: “I know you’ve been taking sea sickness tablets, have they kicked in?”
“Unfortunately no I’ve been taking quite a few of them but they’ve not made an ounce of difference,” Kelvin admitted.
“Okay I genuinely thought I was going to get a different answer, good luck,” the BBC host remarked.
“No you’ll be fine,” Claudia reassured before joking: “I don’t want to touch you.”
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Elsewhere, despite being the hot favourite to win it looks like Kelvin may miss out on the top spot.
Kelvin has consistently impressed the judges and has yet to find himself in the dreaded dance-off.
But, bookmakers bwin has analysed data from all previous 16 series and it doesn’t look good for the former Emmerdale star.
In each of the last three series, the winning couple’s average score over the entire series was lower than two of the other finalists.
Could this mean Kelvin will be beaten by a celebrity who scores less than him on average?
Kelvin’s success on the leaderboard could mean he won’t get the chance to lift the Glitterball Trophy.
Every past winner since the competition began has been in the top three during one of their first three dances.
However only one couple in the last six years has managed to win the series after finishing in the top three for the first dances.
Kelvin and Oti topped the leaderboard in week one and three and came third in week two.
Meanwhile, Michelle was third on the leaderboard in week one and three and was second in week two while Karim topped the leaderboard in week two, came eighth in week three and second in week one.
Could this mean Kelvin will be beaten by CBBC presenter at the final hurdle?
Strictly Come Dancing: The Results airs Sunday on BBC One at 7.15pm
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