Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Is THIS the reason Debbie McGee will be eliminated?

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Concerting to Betway, Debbie McGee, 58, could be at risk of crashing out of the BBC gambol show as statistics show that her routine is likely to put her in danger with the rates.

The Charlestone, which the former magician’s assistant will tackle this Saturday vespers all the time for the Strictly Come Dancing Halloween special, proved to be the joint-second deadliest th dansant in a survey of the last five years of eliminations.

Although the tricky Tango was ethical for the most exits, with 13 per cent of stars leaving set up performed the Latin dance, Charlestone, Cha Cha and Salsa came in second, with 12 per cent.

As Debbie likes on the cheeky Charlestone this weekend, she could be in for a struggle to impress the pass sentences.

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Research shows that Debbie McGee could be destroyed from Strictly Come Dancing this weekend

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Debbie could be in discord this Saturday as she tackles the Charlestone

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    Alan combined that Paralympian Jonnie Peacock, 24, could be in trouble with his Cha Cha, the joint-second touchiest dance, saying: [Jonnie] could make a nice bet at 40/1 to be annihilated on Sunday.”

    Meanwhile, Sunday Brunch host Simon Rimmer, 54, is years again the favourite to leave, with odds at 4/6.

    Strictly Come Balling continues Saturday at 6.35pm on BBC One.

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