Strictly Come Dancing viewers will soon see one celebrity contestant crowned this year’s winner.
But for Ashley Roberts, it seems she will miss out on the opportunity.
According to recent odds, the former Pussycats Dolls star is struggling to attract the public’s interest.
Bookmakers OddsMonkey have said Ashley has a 25/1 chance of winning the competition.
Whilst Stacey Dooley is on course for the title, it seems Ashley won’t make it to the final.
Peter Watton, a spokesperson for the bookmakers commented: “At the end of the day points don’t make prizes in Strictly.
“Ashley has dominated [the leaderboard], and Faye isn’t too far behind.
“But they are way off in the beating compared to Joe and Stacey.
“You have to remember that this is a public vote, it is a popularity contest and that is why we are seeing Stacey and Joe dominate.
“They are the most liked, and as it stands it would take a major shock for one of them not to win.
“And you only gave to look at the press in recent days, Stacey and Joe are dominating those for differing reasons – will that impact prices?
“Maybe – so keep an eye on Joe possibly becoming odds-on as the public could turn away from Stacey and Kevin Clifton.”
Stacey is currently on to win the competition with 4/5 odds.
YouTuber Joe Sugg is expected to get second place as Oddsmonkey suggest his chance of lifting the Glitterball Trophy to be 9/4.
Last weekend, Ashley and professional dance partner Pasha Kovalev were in the dance-off for the second week running.
They faced Charles Venn and Karen Clifton, who were sent home after all four judges voted to save Ashley.
This Saturday, Ashley and Pasha are set to dance twice, a Paso Doble and an American Smooth.
But will they be able to score another perfect score like their Jive?
Or is it the end of the competition for Ashley?
Strictly Come Dancing returns Saturday night at 6.35pm on BBC One.