Adam Peaty and Robert Webb to compete in Strictly dance-off – here’s the evidence
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Adam Peaty and Robert Webb could be in danger of seeing their Strictly Come Dancing dream come to an end this weekend. New elimination evidence suggest the Olympian and the comedian will face off in the dreaded BBC dance-off but who will become the second celebrity to be eliminated after viewers watched Nina Wadia say goodbye last weekend?
The remaining celebrities will perform their third routine with plenty of glitz and glamour this evening as Strictly returns with Movie Week.
Robert and Dianne Buswell will dance a Muppet-themed Quickstep to The Muppet Show Theme.
Meanwhile, Adam and Katya Jones will tackle the Rumba to Leona Lewis hit I See You from Avatar.
However, evidence collated by Mediaworks has suggested these two couples may be forced to dance their routines again.
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The digital marketing agency used its sentiment analysis tool to reveal how popular contestants are with Twitter users.
Sentiment score places a value on the emotion displayed in each tweet and attributes a score to the post, where individuals can score between -10 and 10, where -10 is extremely negative and 10, the maximum, is extremely positive.
Each contestant will be assigned a score every week based on new tweets that are generated.
From September 25 to October 7, Robert and Adam find themselves at the bottom of the sentiment graph.
The comedian struggled to impress the judges in week one but wowed them with last week’s Tango.
On the other hand, Adam and Katya received praise for their debut Cha Cha but were criticised for last week’s Quickstep.
Will the comedian and Olympian find themselves in the dreaded dance-off?
Meanwhile, Rose Ayling-Ellis and Judi Love hold the first and second positions respectively.
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Mediaworks also analysed the growth of Instagram followers for the contestants and pro dancers over the same period.
Tilly Ramsey has the highest number of new followers with 15,548 while her partner Nikita Kuzmin enjoyed the highest growth among pro dancers at 17.6 percent.
Greg Wise could be one to watch as he experienced the highest proportionate growth among the celebrities and their partners.
The actor’s social support is growing with a 28.5 percent hike in followers.
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Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden will return to the dance floor on Saturday after missing last week’s live show.
The pair tested positive for coronavirus and were forced to isolate but will perform a Back To The Future inspired Jive on Saturday.
Mediaworks has revealed the McFly star may feel the impact of missing a week as he has seen just 0.10 percent growth in followers.
Strictly Come Dancing airs on BBC One on Saturday at 6.45pm
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