THE 2022 Strictly Come Dancing pairings have been leaked online – a week before the big reveal.
The new celebrities were paired up with their professional dance partners in a pre-recorded filming session earlier this week.
Stars this year include Countryfile's Helen Skelton, football legend Tony Adams, Fleur East, Bros legend Matt Goss, comedian Ellie Taylor and Loose Women's Kaye Adams.
Coronation Street favourites Will Mellor and Kym Marsh will also take to the dance floor this year.
The Sun Online won't spoil the surprise by revealing where the leak is or who is paired with who – but fans who stumbled across the pairings were left devastated.
One loyal Strictly viewer complained: "It was nice not knowing the pairings – that's spoilt the first night."
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Another fan wrote: "The Strictly pairings this year are so unexpected."
One more said: "Maybe they’re wrong but they shouldn’t be leaking that’s no fun!!"
A fourth penned on social media: "How about you don’t tell who they are and ruin it for the rest of us."
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It comes as The Sun revealed Strictly Come Dancing’s pre-recorded launch show could be delayed as the BBC following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
A source said: “All the major channels are trying to work out whether or not to continue with their shows as planned.
“The Strictly launch is pre-recorded and is due to air next Saturday night – but with the Queen’s funeral expected to be just days later it has not yet been decided whether this will go ahead as planned.
“Everything is on hold and up in the air at the moment."
Tonight’s Coronation Street and Emmerdale have been pulled but EastEnders will air on BBC Two.
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