Strictly Come Dancing star Hamza Yassin is set to 'steal' the Glitterball Trophy from Helen Skelton.
The pair will perform for the final time tonight when they hit the dancefloor alongside fellow finalists Molly Rainford and Fleur East as they all attempt to be crowned the 2022 winner of the hit BBC dance competition.
Speculation has been rife over who will take home the coveted prize, with Helen's partner Strictly Professional Gorka Marquez the only veteran performer from the show to reach the final, with Jowita Przystal, Carlos Gu, and Vito Coppola all first-timers with their partners this year.
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Now a body language expert has claimed that while Helen might have won the trophy – she's in for a fight from Hamza to get it.
Talking to Express.co.uk on behalf of Betfair Bingo, Darren Stanton explained: “Based on her current performance, scoring and feedback, Helen should win, however, my gut instinct tells me that Hamza might be seizing victory this weekend in the final.
"Both of them clearly want to win the competition. There is definitely a fire in Helen‘s eyes and she is a lot more focused compared to the beginning of the series. When it comes to Hamza, it’s been more about the journey, the passion for dancing and the experience."
Darren also noted that Hamza is very determined to find victory on the show adding: "From what I have seen, Hamza’s determination will probably allow him to remain in a deep state of rapport and connection with his partner Jowita. However, sometimes when someone is so focused on one goal to win, then other things can go wrong."
Bookies have been consistently backing either Hamza or Helen to win the show for weeks now, with current odds from Ladbrokes placing Hamza as the favourite at 4/9.
Helen is following close by in second place at 7/4 while CBBC star Molly is 25/1 and likely to finish third.
Meanwhile former X Factor star Fleur East is the outsider with odds of 50/1 for a win from her.
Ladbrokes Alex Apati said: "It looks like we're in for a two-horse race for the Glitterball Trophy, and while Fleur and Molly are seemingly making up the numbers, it's the latter who is currently most likely to find herself finishing in third-place."
The Strictly Come Dancing final airs on Saturday at 7.05 pm on BBC One.
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