Harry Judd - a fixed winner at ‘Strictly Come Dancing’?

London: The dance show ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ came to a standstill recently after the contestants claimed that the winner has already been fixed.

They claim that The McFly singer Harry Judd is being lined up to win the series.

It is reported that even the bookies have also made Harry a favourite to win the trophy with odds of 5/2.

The hunk earlier has impressed judges Len Goodman and Craig Revel Horwood and won a Children In Need edition of the BBC dance contest.

“A lot of the celebrities are still trying to find their feet and master a routine. But Harry hasn’t got to worry about that. He’s already got some training under his belt and he knows what to expect,” the Daily Star quoted an insider as saying.

“A few of the stars are annoyed that someone who has already competed on the Strictly dance floor has been allowed to take part. Everyone is assuming they want Harry to win. Some even claim it’s fixed in his favour,” the insider admitted.

Professional dancer Anton Du Beke has revealed that he is scared to see Harry’s head start.

“It looks like Harry will win. Experience goes a long way on a show like Strictly,” he said.


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