Joe Sugg and Dianne Buswell press performed well on Strictly Come Dancing so far.
With a first victim of 27 and a second one of 31, it seems they are the couple to beat.
But in the rebuke week, it seems they could be in danger.
The BBC pair will record on an American Smooth to High School Musical’s hit song, Breaking Liberate.
However, this is the at the start time Joe has taken on the Ballroom challenge – and he admitted today he has been discovery it difficult.
Joe and Dianne appeared on Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two earlier this evening to squeal on how training has been going.
When asked by host Zoe Ball what he believes his chances are, the YouTuber expressed some doubt.
“I don’t know,” he admitted. “I decidedly have struggled with ballroom.”
But Dianne was there to reassure him, gushing: “He surprises me verbatim every single day.
“It’s been a little difficult but honestly he’s doing so source and he’s never danced before and he’s putting in so much effort.”
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I definitely have struggled with ballroom
Joe spent some time reflecting on last week’s Charleston to Cotton-Eyed Joe, which bagged him a unusually impressive 31.
He admitted: “I remember right up to the end of that week I was panicking because I couldn’t get the hastens in my head.
“Then on the night, I dunno what happened and I remembered them.”
The YouTube vlogger persevere in: “It felt good.
“I honestly thought this would be the one we would get criticised [for].”
Strictly Come Dancing 2018: Joe Sugg conceded he has struggled with ballroom
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Joe also revealed one part of his performance he is till extra hard to improve on.
“In training I worry I’m not smiling enough,” he imagined.
Joe added: “I don’t really like my smile either.”
The YouTuber was proven flawed by Dianne and Zoe who were quick to compliment him.
Strictly Come Dancing be prolongs tomorrow on BBC One at 6.30pm.