Strictly's Danny John-Jules in danger of early exit after landing at bottom of

Danny John-Jules is in danger of an early exit from Strictly Come Dancing after landing at the bottom of the leaderboard for the second time in a row.

The actor, who was previously favourite to win the show, was heavily criticised by the judges and scored just 27 for his dance this evening.

He was warned for being “too tough” with partner Amy Dowden and was told he needed to “chill out”.

Earlier this week, the Daily Mirror exclusively revealed how his dance partner Amy fled training in tears after a massive row.

And the judges appeared to address the issue while criticising their dance.

Bruno Tonioli told the Red Dwarf actor: “You have to be really careful. You can’t be too touch and staccato…you can’t push her.”

While Craig Revel Horwood said of their Samba: “It’s too tough. There’s too much energy.”

Craig then advised Danny to chill out and calm down in his routines if he makes it through to next week.

Danny and Amy took some heat from the judges after their Samba
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Craig Revel Horwood advised Danny to ‘chill out’
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They took the criticism in good humour after a difficult week
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Danny and Amy were then awarded a score of 27 for their Latin number.

It comes after a difficult week for the couple who became embroiled in the latest Strictly scandal.

Strictly star Danny appeared to suggest the BBC are bullying him after a string of stories emerged portraying the actor as a hot head who constantly rows with his partner.

Last week Amy fled training in tears earlier this week, with the dancer saying: “I can’t go on with him any more.”

Danny and Welsh pro dancer Amy were reported to have undergone a falling out in training
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She sobbed to BBC producers that she couldn’t be paired with the former Red Dwarf actor anymore after a row in the dance studio – before later reconciling with the actor.

And although the pair seemed to patch things up with a smooth It Takes Two interview praising each other and vehemently denying bullying, it appears Danny is still miffed by the BBC.’s response to the row.

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Today, hours before Saturday’s recording the Red Dwarf actor liked a tweet which read: “This woman has 100% denied there is any issue between her and Danny, they make a great pair on the dance floor! In my opinion its a damn big stitch up by the powers that be! Just the BBC doing what they do best, bullying others!”

Danny’s wife Petula, who has been pictured cheering Danny on with her children Dante and Danae, in the Strictly studios, also feels her husband has been “stitched up.”

*Strictly Come Dancing: The Results airs tomorrow at 7.50pm on BBC One