Libby, 29, who has Stargardt's Macular Dystrophy, was in the bottom two of Dancing On Ice last week and it looks as though she may have to face the dreaded skate-off once again this evening. The Paralympic champion will perform a solo skate for the semi-final but will it be enough to see her through to the final.
The Dancing On Ice judges clearly think Libby is extremely talented on the ice as they have chosen to save her from elimination several times.
However, with the competition heating up, bookmakers believe her time on the ITV series may be up.
According to The Pools, Libby is one of the favourites to be booted out of the competition just one week before the live final.
Her odds of winning the series are at 25/1 along with magician Ben Hanlin.
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Dancing On Ice 2020: Libby Clegg dealt cruel blow just hours before semi-final (Image: ITV)
Dancing On Ice 2020: Libby was saved from elimination last week (Image: ITV)
Speaking of her chances, former professional skater Dan Whiston told The Sun: “She has been in the skate off the last two weeks running which is hard.
“Libby is an athlete, she's got an athlete's mentality. She's focused on the job and wants to give it her all.”
Tonight, one requirement is the celebrities perform along which will be even more difficult for Libby who has been relying on professional Mark to guide her around the ice.
Dan added to the publication: “Suddenly, she's out there alone.
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