BBC Strictly Come Dancing star wont be in final as theyre dealt blow hours before live show

One of the remaining Strictly Come Dancing couples has been dealt a huge blow ahead of this week's show – as it has been claimed they 'won't make the final'.

This weekend the BBC One dance contest enters week eleven which is not only the quarter-finals, but also the much-loved Musicals week.

And the final five couples are ready to take to the dancefloor in the hope of impressing the judges and the voting public before the semi-finalists are revealed with the Glitterball trophy now well and truly in sight.

Bobby Brazier and Dianne Buswell will Salsa to I've Had the Time of My Life from Dirty Dancing while Nigel Harman and Katya Jones will dance the Charleston to Step in Time from Mary Poppins.

Ellie Leach and Vito Coppola will perform a Quickstep to Belle from Beauty and the Beast as Annabel Croft and Johannes Radebe will Foxtrot to For Good from Wicked. Meanwhile Layton Williams and Nikita Kuzmin will perform a Paso Doble to Backstage Romance from Moulin Rouge.

However, after last weekend's live show, it's been suggested that Annabel and Johannes 'won't make the final' despite the former tennis ace 'proving her place' with her professional dance partner.

Body language expert Darren Stanton, speaking for Betfair Bingo, said: "Annabel's journey in this competition has been very interesting over the past few weeks."

"It's very hit-and-miss. She'll be having a bad week, and then she'll pull it back and amaze everyone. This week, you could tell she has been working very hard and wants to prove her place with Johannes," he continued, as reported by Manchester Evening News.

He added: "When we look at her body language, Annabel is naturally a timid and introverted person. We can see this as she looks down quite a lot and plays with her fingers as a distraction.

"Growing her confidence has been a huge thing for her in terms of her progress. She's definitely acknowledged every piece of feedback and embraced every moment. I think she will last a few more weeks, but she won't make the final."

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