Corey Feldman became the fourth contestant to leave the show after losing in the skate-off to Charlene Tilton.
Hollywood actor Feldman was the rank outsider with the bookmakers to win the show and could not see off the challenge of Tilton, who was in the bottom two for the second week running.
Week four of the show saw a “duel” theme where the contestants were put together in pairs with other couples depending on last weeks leaderboard finish.
The judges would give one skating couple immunity while the others would need to rely on the public vote to keep them out of the bottom two.
Feldman was up against skier Chemmy Alcott while former Dallas actress Tilton received no votes from the judges who all voted in favour of Sugababe Heidi Range.
Here is how the 11 remaining contestants fair in the betting:
Emmerdale actor Matthew can be backed at slightly better odds than last week, despite beating closest rival Jorgie in their duel. He received two out of the three judges votes to win immunity from the public vote.
Best Odds: 2.25 (Sky Bet)
Hollyoaks actress Jorgie has seen her odds shorten slightly from last week and at present looks the only contestant likely to win the show ahead of Matthew.
Best Odds: 2.62 (bet365)
Reality television personality Chico is making a good fight of it and is now the strongest contender behind Matthew and Jorgie according to the bookies. He faced Sam in the duel and won votes from all three judges.
Best Odds: 9.0 (Ladbrokes)
The odds on freerunner Sebastien winning the show have drifted since last week, despite him winning all three judges votes after skating against Jennifer. He needs to improve next week if he is to challenge Chico for third place.
Best Odds: 15.0 (Coral)
The actress and glamour girl sees her odds drift each week. She failed to win a single judges vote after her duel against Sebastien and looks weaker in the competition as the weeks progress.
Best Odds: 23.0 (Coral)
Chemmy won all three of the judges votes but that means little considering she skated against the hopeless Corey. Like Jennifer, her odds drift as each week goes by.
Best Odds: 34.0 (Coral)
Television presenter Sam looks a decent enough skater but like last week, support for him in the betting market continues to dwindle. Failed to get a single judges vote following his duel with Chico which didn’t help.
Best Odds: 67.0 (Paddy Power)
Singer Heidi continues to hang on in there but will be heartened after earning three out of three votes from the judges after duelling with bottom-two contestant Charlene.
Best Odds: 67.0 (bet365)
Like Heidi, Coronation Street actor Andy keeps his place in the show but not due to any great ability. He earned two out of three judges votes against bookmakers outsider Rosemary. Could be in the bottom two next week.
Best Odds: 67.0 (Ladbrokes)
Actress Charlene is a survivor in this show and faced the skate-off for the second week running. She has seen off both Mark and Corey but if she comes up against anybody half-competent, her time will probably be up.
Best Odds: 151.0 (bet365)
The rank outsider according to the bookmakers but appears to have some support from the voting public. The weight loss expert may well survive another week.
Best Odds: 201.0 (Sky Bet)