Jorgie Porter is now the odds-on favourite with the bookmakers to win Series Seven of Dancing on Ice.
The 24-year-old received a series-best score of 26.0 from the judging panel, three clear points from her nearest rival on the night, Chico.
Former favourite Matthew Wolfenden could muster only a score of 22.0 and despite clear skating ability, needs to improve if he is to beat Jorgie.
Rosemary Conley became the sixth contestant eliminated from the show after facing Chemmy Alcott in the bottom two skate-off.
The 65-year-old could only muster a judge’s score of 15.5, down on her 17.0 series best last week and positioned her as ninth out of 10 on the leader board. Chemmy finished seventh but lack of support in the public vote made her skate again.
All three judges voted to save Chemmy and send the oldest remaining contestant home.
Here is how the nine remaining contestants fair in the betting:
Hollyoaks actress Jorgie has raced ahead in the betting and is now the clear favourite to win the show ahead of both Matthew and Chico.
Best Odds: 1.8 (Sky Bet)
Emmerdale actor Matthew is now available at much longer odds than a couple of weeks ago. His score of 22.0 last night put him third for the show overall, behind both Jorgie and Chico and marginally ahead of Sebastien.
Best Odds: 4.0 (Betfred)
Reality television personality Chico is giving the show all he’s got and he finished week six with the second-highest judge’s score of the night. His score of 23.0 was his series best so far.
Best Odds: 7.5 (Paddy Power)
Freerunner Sebastien was awarded the fourth best score of the night and is fourth in the betting. He’ll be there of thereabouts come the end of the series but is unlikely to finish higher than fourth overall.
Best Odds: 11.0 (Sky Bet)
Actress and glamour model Jennifer suffered a blow to her head from her skate blade performing a “scorpian kick” but finished her routine and was awarded a series best score of 19.0. Miles behind the leading contenders and her odds reflect that.
Best Odds: 34.0 (Betfred)
Chemmy found herself in the bottom two for the first time this series despite three other skaters awarded lower judge’s scores overall. Support for her appears to be dwindling.
Best Odds: 34.0 (bet365)
Andy skated reasonably well last night but as usual does not display any great ability. He’s clinging onto his place in the show and could find himself in the bottom two skate-off next week.
Best Odds: 67.0 (Paddy Power)
Singer Heidi received the lowest judge’s score of the evening – just 14.0. A slip on the ice cost her points and it is unlikely she will remain in the show much longer.
Best Odds: 81.0 (bet365)
After facing the bottom two skate-off last week, Sam performed much better last night and earned a respectable score of 19.5 – positioning him fifth out of the 10 remaining skaters. Still the bookmakers outsider to win.
Best Odds: 101.0 (Sky Bet)