Strictly fans convinced show is fixed as fan theory about final four dancers comes true

STRICTLY fans are convinced the show is fixed as a theory about the final four dancers has come true.

Last month fans claimed they knew who would be in the final of the hit BBC dance show – thanks to a Radio Times front cover at the time featuring Joe Sugg, Stacey Dooley, Ashley Roberts and Faye Tozer.

This cover from last month features the finalists

The cover, which was released for week 17-23rd November, came before the stars had even danced at Blackpool, but eagle eyed fans believed it was a sign of things to come.

One fan of the show pointed out that last year’s Strictly cover at this stage in the competition featured three of the four eventual finalists; Debbie McGee, Alexandra Burke and winner Joe McFadden.

The only famous face on the cover who didn’t make the final was EastEnders actor Davood Ghadami, who was voted off in the quarter finals.

Last weekend it was revealed that Joe, Stacey, Ashley  and Faye are indeed in the final and some people don’t think it’s a coincidence.

One person wrote: “Does the radio times have physics working for them? They’ve literally predicted who the strictly finalist are with last months cover #strictly #strictlyfinal.”

While another commented: “If Lauren leaves next week then I think we can all safely say that the show is rigged, the Radio Times front cover a few weeks back proves that  #Strictly @bbcstrictly.”

Fans were not surprised to see Ashley in the final
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Faye has also made it after appearing on the cover

Last weekend Paralympic athlete Lauren and her professional partner AJ Pritchard received their marching orders at the weekend after a dance-off against Ashley Roberts.

This weekend the four remaining couples will each perform three times during the glittering finale – a judges’ pick dance, their own favourite routine from the series and a new showdance.

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