Strictly Come Dancing 2020: JJ Chalmers ‘most likely to go’ after Prince Harry’s prep-talk

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Strictly Come Dancing: The Results show is on tonight which will determine the third couple leaving the competition. Speaking to, one body language expert has shared why JJ Chalmers and his dancing partner Amy Dowden are most likely to be eliminated from the competition tonight from their body language.

The TV presenter and former Royal Marine wowed the judges last week after dancing the Foxtrot to Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head by B.J. Thomas.

The duo received an impressive 24 points last weekend, which left them in joint third place with The Wanted’s Max George and Dianne Buswell.

Despite their positive comments from the judges, last night left them at the bottom of the leaderboard with 17 points.

The pair danced the Jive to Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy on the fourth episode of Strictly Come Dancing last night.

Body language expert Judi James explained how the dancing duo’s body language may explain why they fell to the bottom of the leaderboard.

She said: “JJ looks the most likely to go right now though, for several reasons. 

“Firstly it wasn’t a dance that suited his strengths. JJ has the most amazing physique and posture for the more romantic routines. 

“His dance in week one was breathtaking for this reason but he’ll need to go back to that formula if he makes it to next week.”

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Despite his dancing improving, it seems last night may have been a step back for JJ. 

Prince Harry also made a video call appearance on Strictly last night as he spoke to his old friend JJ, whom he knew from serving in the military together. 

It was Harry’s first UK public appearance since he and his wife Meghan stepped down as senior members of the Royal Family earlier this year.

Speaking in the recorded video message, Prince Harry said: “When I first met JJ he was a shell of himself but then to see you shine through Invictus and to be yourself again, that was the start of an amazing journey.

“You’re definitely having an impact on society now especially when you’re wearing those tight blue shorts and the socks pulled up.

“It doesn’t get better than that!

“I’m genuinely proud. You’re not a dancer, proving that you can actually do whatever you put your mind to which is amazing.”

However body language Judi James said that this appearance from Prince Harry may not have worked in JJ’s favour.

She explained: “And then there was the Harry factor. A motivational pep-talk from the Prince should boost anyone into the following week’s line-up but unfortunately Harry is currently a man who can’t even attend his own remembrance ceremony without being criticized by the press and another appearance from that grey sofa in the US might not have worked in JJ’s favour.

“Harry looked so genuinely happy to be chatting to an old friend, starting with his mouth open in a wide and authentic grin and his eyes narrowed in delight. 

“He released a flurry of enthusiastic illustrative gestures that suggested a desire to spend some proper time with an old mate and he chuckled in pleasure at their banter about socks and shoes.

“At the end Harry threw his hands into the air and clapped above his head like the happy small boy he used to be but none of that charmed Craig enough to deliver anything better than some withering comments after JJ’s dance.”

While JJ and Amy may have fallen to the bottom of the leaderboard, Judi said that The Wanted’s Max George may also be in a little bit of trouble.

She added: “Max danced a very endearing American Smooth that looked incredible to the naked eye, but a roasting from Craig left him vulnerable at the low end of the leader board and he might need his fan-base to save him.”

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