Stacey Dooley looks on course to win Strictly Come Dancing 2018 – but it seems she is not making a splash with the audience.
The BBC Three presenter is the bookies’ favourite to win the competition with professional partner Kevin Clifton.
The pair will be taking to the dance floor at least two times on Saturday night to perform a Viennese Waltz and a Charleston.
Stacey, who has managed to avoid the dreaded dance-off so far this series, isn’t being spoken about ahead of tonight’s semi-final.
She is the least talked about celebrity remaining in the competition over the last two weeks – so does that mean the public are losing interest?
Socialbakers have revealed Stacey’s interactions on social media have gone down by a whopping 23.54 per cent, according to the Express .
Stacey is closely followed by Lauren Steadman, who has also seen her interactions drop by 22.41 per cent.
One star that will be happy with his social media figures is Joe Sugg, with his interactions shooting up by a staggering 197.21 per cent.
Does Stacey have something to be worried about?
The bookies don’t seem to think so and still have Stacey as odds on favourite to lift the Glitterball Trophy.
Betfair and Paddy Power , who have have both released the same odds at the moment, have the presenter at 8/11 to win outright.
Second favourite is Joe Sugg at 9/4, followed by Lauren Steadman with winning odds of 13/2.
Trailing behind is Steps star Faye Tozer at 9/1, while Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts pulls up the rear at 20/1.
- Stacey Dooley 8/11
- Joe Sugg 9/4
- Lauren Steadman 13/2
- Faye Tozer 9/1
- Ashley Roberts 20/1
- Stacey Dooley 2/7
- Lauren Steadman 11/2
- Faye Tozer 7/1
- Ashley Roberts 12/1
Stacey has been spending a lot of time away from boyfriend Sam Tucknott due to her gruelling Strictly Come Dancing rehearsal schedule.
However, the presenter showed she was thinking of her long-term love as she sang sexy love songs on her Instagram stories on Friday night.
In a series of clips, Stacey sang along to mid-1990s R’n’B, including Case featuring Foxy Brown’s 1996 hit Touch Me Tease Me.
The 31-year-old was heard singing along: "Touch me, tease me… baby I’m about to explode."
The investigative reporter’s late-night crooning comes after she hit out at reports her boyfriend of three years was "insanely jealous" of her close friendship with dance partner Kevin Clifton .
Strictly Come Dancing airs tonight on BBC One at 6.35pm
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