Logan, who once played for the Scotland national rugby union team, has admitted that he is desperate to pick up support with his latest performance.
"I need Scottish viewers to vote for me and keep me in because otherwise I've no hope," Kenny told the Daily Record. "I can't dance. I don't hear the beat very well and I'm not exactly light on my feet. But I'm keen. I've been practising for four or five hours a day."
Logan and his partner Ola Jordan will dance the tango in tonight's episode of the BBC One reality series.
"Doing this programme is, truthfully, the first I've danced since my wedding day," he continued. "In the very first week I was so worried about remembering my steps that I had no facial expressions.
"This week, I'll not just be dancing but I'll have facial expression and attitude too. The tango demands passion, anger and an arrogance in my face and in my eyes. I think I showed plenty of that as a rugby player and I hope I can bring that out again."