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Being worried, Bobby Brazier Strictly ‘Really horribly’ will be the way my Come Dancing debut turns out.

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This weekend, as the BBC competition gets underway, Bobby Brazier and his Strictly Come Dancing professional partner Dianne Buswell will dance on the floor.

Bobby Brazier, a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing, offered his predictions for the first live broadcast this weekend.

Fans of the BBC dancing competition last Saturday saw the 15 contestants paired with their professional partners for the duration of the series.

One of them paired flame-haired Australian dancer Dianne Buswell with EastEnders star Bobby.

The pair discussed their big debut with hosts Dermot O’Leary and Holly Willoughby on Wednesday’s episode of This Morning.

“This weekend, big first live show, are you allowed to tell us anything?” Holly questioned.

“Has anything been made available? What details can you provide for us?

In his own words, Bobby, “I think it’s either going to go really well or really badly!”

Bobby’s statement made Dianne giggle as she agreed with the EastEnders actor.

Holly enquired as to whether or not they were dancing to a style they loved in an effort to gather information before the performance.

“People go into Latin or they go into the Ballroom, do you have a preference and are you doing the preference you like?” she said.

However, given that they’ve chosen to begin the competition with that style, his professional partner acknowledged that Bobby currently only knows one.

Bobby fits that particular style, in my opinion, very, very well, Dianne said to the hosts. I believe it’s the exact opposite of what he believed he would excel at.

When Holly heard her reply, she confided that she believes their first official dance will be ballroom this weekend.

Although they were quiet since they didn’t want to reveal anything before their Saturday night appearance.

The latest odds indicate that Bobby is the favorite to win the series with odds of 3/1.

Layton Williams and BBC personality Angela Scanlon are not far behind at 4/1 and 5/1, respectively.

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