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Adam Thomas is expected to “struggle next week” after finding himself in the Strictly dance-off for the first time.
Body language expert Darren Stanton had his say on the Waterloo Road star after he fought to stay in the competition during Halloween week.
“Adam and Luba will struggle next week,” he predicted.
“I think we’ve seen Adam reach his time in terms of any more progress as a dancer.
“I can’t see him wowing the judges this week, but if he is able to, he will need to pull something out of the bag.”
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Adam and his professional dance partner Luba found themselves in the bottom two alongside Zara McDermott and Graziano.
The Emmerdale actor dazzled the judges for the first few weeks of the BBC competition, despite having no prior dance experience.
During Halloween week, Adam and Luba danced the American smooth to ‘Magic Moments’ by Perry Como.
However, a few days earlier he had been struck down with the flu and was too ill to even attend Strictly’s spin-off show It Takes Two.
Despite this, Adam and Luba scored an impressive 32 points and were fifth place in the leaderboard.
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Meanwhile, Love Island star Zara McDermott found herself in her third dance-off and faced Adam in the judges’ vote.
In the end, Zara became the sixth celebrity to leave the dance competition.
Speaking about her exit, Zara told Tess: “I’ve had the time of my life. I’ve wanted to do Strictly since childhood, so just to be here is incredible.
“Thank you to the judges and my amazing partner, obviously. My fellow contestants are just incredible. It’s been the most amazing experience.
“I can’t believe it’s over but I’m going to be here in spirit every week supporting them.”
Strictly Come Dancing returns on BBC One on Saturday at 6.15pm.
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