STRICTLY Come Dancing fans have been left fuming after It Takes Two "gave away" who’ll go this week.
Viewers of the BBC dance competition are convinced that controversial contestant Dan Walker could be sent through to semi-final rather than AJ Odudu or John Whaite.
Just last week viewers branded the programme "a joke" after the BBC Breakfast presenter landed himself a spot in tomorrow's show.
They left scratching their heads over how the 44-year-old escaped a spot in the bottom two yet again - claiming that he is being "overmarked".
After Thursday evening's installment of It Takes Two, fans are convinced that it's going to happen again.
One viewer wrote on Reddit: "I watched It takes two..... Dan is doing better with tango than rumba last week.... And AJ seems to struggle with salsa.... If voting is still as strong as ever.... Aj might be in bottom 2..."
A second said: "I think by now a lot of people have their favourites, like AJ, and will vote for them even if they have a bad dance. But of course if she does happen to find herself in the dance off anyway and she's struggling with the Salsa then the judges might not be able to save her even if they wanted to. I really hope she gets through."
Meanwhile a third shared their concern about Bake Off star John.
"I'm more worried about John. It's a lot on your body to keep lifting a man! I still hate that him and AJ are doing the same dance. I don't want them judged against each other," they confessed.
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Another chimed in: "Also worrying about John because he’s been having trouble with his hip flexors I think he said and had to take a day off training. Worried either him or AJ could be in the bottom two and Dan will go straight through to next week."
It comes after Craig Revel Horwood took a swipe at Dan today saying all of the final celebs left in the competition were "amazing" - but not him.
The acid-tongued judge was back and fighting fit after recently recovering from Covid, and he delivered a few home truths to the BBC newsreader on ITV's Lorraine today.
Speaking to host Lorraine Kelly, Craig, 56, said: "Amazing, amazing, amazing, and then, Dan."
The catty remark made the presenter giggle, but Craig said he actually loved that Dan had made it this far with the Strictly final just three weeks away.
He continued: "He represents a lot of the men in this country and if it inspires them to dance then great."
BBC bosses faced fresh fix allegations after its Breakfast host Dan survived another week on flagship show Strictly.
Dan, the bookies' favourite for the chop, swerved the dance-off despite criticism from Craig.
Instead, Tilly Ramsay, 20, and Rhys Stephenson, 28, went head to head with Tilly bowing out.
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