Strictly Come Dancing 2020 Finalists – HRVY and Janette

I’m rocking these out faster than The BBC with the contestant announcements so here is the second part in my series where we look at the couples in tonight’s final and their Strictly journey so far. We will be taking them in the no particular order of qualification for the final so we continue with…… HRVY and Janette

Worst Dance

We have to go back to movie week for HRVY and Janette’s worst performing dance. Their Gnomes inspired Cha Cha Cha scored just 21 points with the judges (6,7,8)

Best Dance

HRVY and Janette have had all 3 judges reaching for their 10 paddles on two occasions this series. The first was back in week 6 when their Couple’s Choice in the style of Street/Commercial got maximum scores (10,10,10)

The judges dusted off their 10 paddles again in last week’s Semi Final with their Charleston (10,10,10)

Average Score

HRVY and Janette have scored 235 points across 9 dances. This makes for a 3 judge average of 26.1 or a weighted 4 judge average of 34.8. This is the second highest average of the finalists

Number Of Times In The Dance Off

HRVY and Janette are one of two couple’s in this week’s final to have never faced the dance off

Can They Win?

Momentum seems to be building with them over the last few weeks. They are currently sitting at 13/8 second favourites with the bookmakers which to me seems to underestimate their chances as I’d personally rate them as favourites to win.

They’ve topped the last few polls. There’s rarely a bad word said about them on my community and they do seem to be riding a wave of momentum after a bad few weeks from a prior favourite couple (and current favourite with the bookies).

Its going to be a close final and any of the finalists (with one possible exception and we will get to them soon enough) could be lifting the glitter ball tonight….. and then not celebrating because they are in tier 3!

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Stay tuned as I’ll be hammering these out during the course of the day before the final kicks off. Next will be Bill and Oti!

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