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Strictly speaking, cheats must be voted out of the show, say feminists when angry viewers start campaigning

Strictly speaking, cheats must be voted out of the show, say feminists when angry viewers start campaigning

HBut no, a campaign may not be necessary to get rid of the unfaithful couple – former winner Ore Oduba thinks that the distractions caused this week hamper their dancing ability.

He said: "Good luck thinking about something other than the routine, because that is a sure way to leave."

Television presenter Lorraine Kelly predicted that the couple would be voted out and said in her show: "I think our viewers are right, I think they are out, I think they will be voted out."

This is in line with research from slot company Ladbrokes, which Walsh Strictly & # 39; s least popular participant has ever branded.

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