This weekend, the remaining five couples will battle it out for a place in the grande finale, with Alexandra Burke, Debbie McGee, Mollie King, Joe McFadden and Gemma Atkinson all still in with a chance for the Strictly Come Dancing final.
Only one star will leave the competition on Sunday night, meaning for the first time ever there will be four celebrities battling it out for the Glitterball trophy.
While over various years hopefuls such as Will Young, Kelly Brooke and John Sargent have all pulled out of the series prematurely, determining the number of finalists, this year’s drama-free line-up has only been whittled down by the public and the judges.
In turn, the final will see four competitors reach the finish line; should they escape injury in the final two weeks.
The singer has now admitted she feels “broken” after being battered by Strictly Come Dancing fans and the trolls on Twitter, who have accused her of being fake.
“I started the show completely myself – my joy and tears were 100 per cent genuine, however much people say they were fake – but now I’m so self conscious,” she told Radio Times. “I don’t know if I’ll make it to the final; that’s in the public’s hands.
“All I can do is carry on working hard, enjoy my time on that dance floor and fight for my place.”
Strictly Come Dancing continues Saturday at 6.45pm on BBC One while the series concludes on December 16.