Craig Revel Horwood has told Charles Venn to "up his game" if he wants to keep his place on "Strictly Come Dancing".
The 53-year-old show judge has offered advice to the former "Dream Team" star following Sunday night's episode (04.11.18), on which the "Casualty" star had to face the dance-off for the third time, and has admitted that all the "rubbish ones" are gone so Charles needs to bring his A-game this weekend.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, Craig said: "I can't call it. There are some fantastic dancers.
"I think it's really going to be Great Britain's turn to decide. It's up to the voters now. Charles needs a little bit of a gimmick.
"He needs to up his game a little bit more with the public so they're voting from him. The rubbish ones, they're all out."
Dr Ranj Singh and his professional dancing partner Janette Manrara were booted out of the competition on Sunday night, after a tough dance-off against Charles and Karen Clifton.
Karen recently admitted Charles is "very emotional" and he found it quite tough going into the first few days of rehearsals following the live shows.
She said: "He is very emotional and that's a lot people don't see, especially on Mondays and Tuesdays, they're the hardest days of the week when he has to learn everything.
"It was hard for us to pick ourselves up. It's a lovely thing not being in the bottom two but you have to pick yourself up and think positive."