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BBC Strictly viewers make live show prediction as Bobby Brazier and Dianne Buswell reveal this week's special routine

Strictly Come Dancing fans have made a prediction about this week's live show after Bobby Brazier revealed his upcoming couples' choice with performance with professional dance partner Diane Buswell.

The soap star and dancer Dianne appeared on side show It Takes Two on Tuesday night (November 21). They joined presenter Fleur East as they discussed their upcoming routine - which Bobby said would be 'very emotional.'

A snippet of the song, This Woman’s Work by Kate Bush, was played to viewers. It's a slow number about overcoming adversity. Bobby, 20, then revealed his routine would see him transition from a young boy to a man.

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He said Dianne represents a mother figure in the routine, explaining: “The theme – I’m a child, well there’s me as a child and then I come out as me now - and then I’ve got Dianne who replicates a woman - I would say my mother probably - and we go on this journey throughout.

"I don’t know the whole dance yet to tell you the story completely but yeah it’s emotional it's going to be lovely. I think there could be tears.”

Dianne also admitted she felt the emotion during rehearsals, gushing: “the first ten seconds even when we were in the rehearsal room I actually couldn’t even look at Bobby in the eyes because it made me well up.”

Bobby's mum Jade Goody died from cervical cancer in 2009 when Bobby was just five years old.

Fans took to social media as they predicted there wouldn't be a dry eye during Saturday night's show. Over on X, formerly Twitter, @geordiegalg