Strictly Come Dancing Danny John-Jules had a pretty tough week this week.
There have been reports that he and his pro-dance partner, Amy Dowden, had little disagreement at the beginning of the week after Danny was trying to master the Samba routine.
However, they seem to have put their differences apart and are now focusing on their performances in the show tonight.
That being said, they are still one of Betway's favorites to be voted on.
The chances of the British actor to be hit by Strictly Coming Dancing are 5/1.
He was previously put on 11/1, but his disagreement with Amy apparently put a pair in the running to leave the competition.
However, BBC News Editor Kate Silverton is the favorite to come out tonight from Strictly Come Dancing.
Odds for Kate to be voted off are at 7/4, and she is closely followed by former England cricketer Graeme Swann and Charles Venn, who are both 11/4.
"Danny John-Jules has been a consistent performer at Strict this year, but it's hard to get the ideal bust-up with your dancing partner and he's backed up for boots," said Alan Alger of Betway
"I saw a lot of support for the red dwarf actor on the next elimination market and he is now 5/1 at 11/1 to be the next to leave the show this year.
"Kate Silverton runs the bets at 7/4, while the last two survivors of the past week, Charles Venn, and Graeme Swann are almost 11/4 behind.
It looks like the show this weekend will be one of the hardest to call.
Danny and Amy will have to make sure that they let go of the word and get a high score from the judges.
A strict production source told Express.co.uk: "Danny and Amy had a difficult week trying to master the difficult Samba.
"They had a minor disagreement earlier this week but were quickly back in the rehearsals the same day and had a good rehearsal yesterday.
"They are delighted to meet tomorrow night together."
Kate, who is favorites to leave this weekend, has recently unveiled the terrible wound she claimed during rehearsals before last week's show.
"Friday, at 5 o'clock, Aljaz took me to rehearsals and had to shoot me a little and felt this pop," she said in Take It Two.
"Okay, it's not good!" Then, as an hour later, [I was] a kind of crawling along the corridor.
So basically, the muscles came out of the seams.
Strictly Come Dancing 2018 returns tonight at 19 BBC One.