Dragon's Den star Sara Davies accidentally gives away her Strictly partner as they are spotted hugging

DRAGONS Den star Sara Davies has accidentally revealed who her Strictly Come Dancing professional partner is.

The businesswoman was seen hugging Aljaz Skorjanec outside a dance studio as they headed to rehearsals ahead of Saturday night's launch show.



While producers have been going to great length to keep the celebrities partnerships under wraps, one looks to have been foiled already.

Sara, 37, flung her arms around professional ballroom dancer Aljaz, 31, between rehearsals for the highly-anticipated BBC ballroom competition.

The dancing pair were seen leaving the secret rehearsal space at the same time, and made sure to have a friendly goodbye before parting ways.

Entrepreneur Sara kept things casual in a pink t-shirt and three-quarter-length leggings, while Aljaz wore a grey hoodie and tracksuit bottoms.

Aljaz was whisked away in a car while Sara, with her blonde locks tied back into a ponytail, headed back into the studio for more practice.

Fans think they have some of the other Strictly partnerships foiled – ahead of the partnerships reveal show on Saturday night.

Eagle-eyed viewers of the ballroom show were certain McFly front man Tom Fletcher had given away his partner in a snap of her FEET.

Viewers of the BBC One dancing show are sure that the pair of feet in the photo next to the pop band frontman belong to Amy Dowden.

While they also think that BBC Breakfast star Dan may have already foiled who his partner is due to the length of her slender legs.

The mystery dancer opted for blue leggings and woolly leg warmers and matching jazz shoes – pointing her toe towards the camera.

Viewers of the competition think Dan will walk out onto the floor with Nadiya Bychkova on Saturday as her height means she wears bigger shoes.

The BBC One competition has already been thrown into chaos after one of the professional stars tested positive for Covid-19.

A source said: "This is proving to be a nightmare for producers, just as they prepare to bring back Strictly for its first full series since the pandemic."

That means the celebrity they were paired with may now have to be given a new partner because they’re unlikely to have enough time to practise together before the first live show takes place on September 25.

"It means that Strictly viewers are likely to watch the pro paired with their celeb, then they could be separated by the time the first live show begins," the source continued.

“That also means that the pro in question will probably end up only taking part in group dances throughout the new series, which will be particularly galling.”

Strictly Come Dancing starts at 7.45pm on Saturday on BBC One





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