Strictly: Jowita Przystal 'living her best life' with Hamza Yassin
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Hamza Yassin has been the bookmakers’ favourite to win the competition for a while but the Countyfile cameraman’s time in the competition may be cut short. Digital marketing agency Mediaworks has predicted Hamza will face the dance-off this weekend as the couples perform two dances for their chance to make it through to the Strictly Come Dancing final.
Mediaworks has studied Twitter sentiment about each remaining contestant.
From November 24 to December 6, Hamza finds himself at the bottom of the sentiment chart.
Will Mellor is closely behind him and the two strong contenders could face the dance-off.
Although Hamza has been in the running to lift the Glitterball Trophy for a few weeks, Will topped the judges’ leaderboard last Friday.
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Will and Nancy Xu’s Foxtrot received a score of 39 and placed him joint top with Helen Skelton and Gorka Marquez.
Meanwhile, Hamza found himself in the danger zone after he and Jowita Przystal scored 36 leaving them second from the bottom.
At the other end of the scale, Molly Rainford’s sentiment score soared after she and Carlos Gu fought for their place in the competition in last week’s dance-off.
Helen and Fleur are in joint second position on the sentiment score which could mean the public will send them straight through to the final.
Strictly’s 2022 semi-final will take place on a Sunday this year for the first time in the show’s history.
The BBC schedule has been interrupted by coverage of the World Cup.
To avoid a clash with England’s quarter-final match with France on ITV, Strictly’s live show has been moved to Sunday at 7.15pm.
The results show will air after EastEnders on BBC One on Monday at 8.15pm.
After announcing the shake-up last month, the BBC said: “Strictly Come Dancing will continue to bring glitter, glamour and glorious dancing to homes across the nation throughout the 2022 FIFA World Cup.”
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Last week, Kym Marsh and Graziano Di Prima became the tenth celebrity to depart.
After a tense dance-off, Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and head judge Shirley Ballas decided to save Molly while Anton Du Beke voted to save Kym.
Reflecting on her time on the show, Kym said: “Honestly I’ve loved every single second that I’ve been here. I never thought I’d get to this stage, in a million years.
“I have to say, it’s all down to this man [Graziano] here, he is just wonderful and he will be my friend forever.
“But what a journey it’s been, this show is just wonderful, it shows you things about yourself you don’t know, it shows you how tough you can be. Everybody, the crew, the celebs, the pros, costume, make up, everyone is amazing. I’ve had the best time, so thank you.”
She added: “My dad has been so proud and it’s kind of kept him going. When he was in hospital last week, and obviously we weren’t here, all these guys sent him videos and it meant such a lot. My grandchildren are so proud.”
Praising his partner, Graziano gushed: “I will be part of your family forever, I think we became friends from the very first day. I know you’ve learnt how to dance, but I have learnt so much from you, you are a warrior. You’re going to be in my heart forever, we’re going to be together many times, because I know I have found a friend for life.”
Strictly Come Dancing continues on BBC One on Sunday at 7.15pm.
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