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Strictly Come Dancing 2020: JJ Chalmers and Max George to go ‘head-to-head’ as they are firm favourites to be eliminated

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JJ Chalmers and Max George are the firm favourites to leave Strictly (Picture: PA)

JJ Chalmers and Max George could go head-to-head on Strictly Come Dancing tonight as they have been declared the firm favourites to be eliminated. readers have cast their votes, and reckon that either JJ or Max could be the ones to go this week.

JJ, who is partnered with Amy Dowden stunned the judges with the Jive last night, while Max, who is paired up with Dianne Buswell impressed with the American Smooth.

However, according to the readers who voted, both Max and JJ received 35% each of the overall vote.

Behind them with 9% of the vote were Caroline Quentin and HRVY.

While Maisie Smith, Ranvir Singh and Clara Amfo all received 4% of the vote.

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JJ Chalmers wowed with the Jive (Picture: BBC)

Receiving no votes at all were Jamie Laing and Bill Bailey.

After his and Amy’s performance last night, JJ received mixed reviews from the judges.

Shirley Ballas praised JJ for his ‘fantastic vertical line’, but said he ‘still had things to work on’.

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Will Max stay? (Picture: PA)

‘You gave a feeling of celebration and I loved your package, but I must say when you first walked out and did your walks, you had this fantastic vertical line,’ she told him.

‘I know you’re not doing ballroom today, but that vertical line is insane.

‘Unfortunately, for the Jive it needs to be much more forward, had your posture been must more forward, you would have had much more flexibility with your flicks and your kicks.’

However, Craig Revel Horwood told Max and Amy that he was ‘disappointed’ because ‘they played it safe’.

‘It lacked any sense of style or flare that this particular dance needs,’ he explained.

‘Your arms are extremely hap-hazard, your hands are like spatulas.’

However, Shirley told the duo that she ‘rather liked it darling’.

Who will be the one to leave tonight?

Strictly Come Dancing continues on Sunday, at 7.25pm, on BBC One.


Credit: Original article published here.

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