Could #DancingonIce star Kevin Kilbane be the one to leave the competition ...

Kevin, 43, was unveiled as one of the 12 celebrities taking part in this year’s season of Dancing on Ice, with the former sportsman partnered with professional skater, Brianne Delcourt, 39. So far, the pair have managed to avoid elimination, but with the competition pressing on and exits coming thick and fast on the ITV reality show, could they be in danger of being sent him tonight?

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So far, three celebrities have been officially voted off by the judging panel, with the first being TV presenting veteran, Trisha Goddard, 62.

Week three saw the second star eliminated as broadcaster Lucrezia Molinari, 43, made her exit before children’s television presenter Radzi Chinyanganya, 33, was sent home last weekend.

Despite being saved in the most recent elimination, Caprice Bourret, 48, has decided to leave the show, with Libby Clegg, 29, getting a pass through to next week after coming down with a viral bug.

With seven celebrities skating to stay in the competition tonight, it seems Kevin is the favourite to leave according to the bookmakers.

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Online bookmakers have the former footballer at 100/1 to win the competition, making him the most likely to leave next.

The sportsman has survived the skate-off once before, but could his time now be up as the calibre of talent continues to excel?

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