Strictly's Tyler West to 'land in dance-off' after expert spots telling clue with Dianne



On Saturday night's Strictly Come Dancing, the remaining contestants will take to the ballroom floor in a bid to impress the judges. This weekend, another pairing will be eliminated from the BBC competition, but who is at risk? According to body language expert Darren Stanton, he believes Tyler West and Dianna Buswell may land in the bottom two, meaning they will have to fight for their place.

Tyler and Dianne have wowed the judges so far, but last weekend, they scored near the bottom of the leaderboard with 29 points.

The pair only just beat Ellie Taylor and Tony Adams, who landed at the bottom of the leaderboard with his dance partner Katya Jones.

On behalf of Betfair Bingo, Darren believes Tyler will face the dance-off with Molly Rainford, who has been in the bottom two twice.

Sharing his predictions, Darren told "I still believe Molly could be back in the danger zone again this weekend, as she is still battling heavily with nerves.

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"It was clear she was shell-shocked after making it through the dance-off over Ellie [Simmonds].

"I don’t think she felt that she deserved to go through another week. If she does not compound these feelings and emotions, then this can affect her at the weekend.

"I also think Tyler could potentially be in the dance-off. This is due to the fact I don’t believe that he and Dianne have the same level of intensity to win as they have shown in previous weeks.

"It’s almost like they’ve lost the fire in their bellies. I also think the non-verbal signals in their relationship are simply not as strong as the other celebrities.

Despite Kym Marsh and Graziano di Prima coming second on the leaderboard last Saturday, Darren believes the presenter's nerves may get the better of her.

However, he went on to say that if Kym can control her nerves, she might make it to the final.

“While I don’t think she is at risk of leaving this weekend, Kym is going to have to be careful to balance her nerves and her commitment to training in the next few weeks," the expert shared.

"There is something in psychology called the law of reverse, which is when someone thinks about something the more nervous, they can become.

"When we are so nervous about failing something and our worry levels grow to such an extent, it only plays on our minds more and indirectly produces the results that we do not want.

"I think if she can keep her nerves and fortitude at play then she stands a very good chance of sailing through the final, but only time will tell.”

On Sunday night, two more couples will fight for their place in the competition, but who will be eliminated?

Strictly Come Dancing airs tonight at 6.55pm on BBC one.