Strictly Come Dancing fans believe they've figured out the 2019 finalists using a sneaky theory that has been proven right twice before.
The fan theory is that the celebs that are chosen for the Radio Times annual Strictly cover are the ones that will make it through to the final.
In 2017 and 2018 the Strictly special of the weekly magazine featured the final couples of that year's seasons.
Debbie McGee, Alexandra Burke and winner Joe McFadden appeared two years ago, and Joe Sugg, Ashley Roberts, Faye Tozer and winner Stacey Dooley all featured in 2018.
The magazine has now revealed this year's special and it features hot favourite Kelvin Fletcher, Michelle Visage, Karim Zeroual and Saffron Barker.
The four celebrities and their pro dancers have the highest average scores of the couples left in the competition.
However, this year's season will see a slight twist to past years as the final will only feature three couples after Will Bayley was forced to pull out over a devastating knee injury.
Fans have been feverishly discussing the cover online, with one saying: "The four who featured on last year's RT went on to be the finalists", and another suggesting that Saffron will be the unlucky celebrity to miss out on the final hurdle.
The social medial influencer was critiqued for her poor performance by the judges on last week's show, and given a low score.
'I think we saw this past weekend who the designated person is not to make the final with Saffron getting critique about her footwork that she should have gotten weeks ago,' commented one viewer while another shared: 'Just looking at the front of the radio times. It's obvious who Craig and RT think the final 4 will be.'
Another said: "Isn’t it strange how Radio Times had Joe, Faye, Stacey and Ashley, who turned out to be the Strictly finalists, for last year on their front cover and this year it has Michelle, Kelvin, Karim and Saffron. Will they be this years Strictly finalists?"
Another fan added: "Oh what a surprise, the chosen 4 on the cover.
"These are the ones that have been pushed right from the first show."
There are now only eight couples left in the competition, after six couples have been eliminated.
Viscountess Emma Weymouth and pro dance partner Aljaz Skorjanec were the most recent couple sent home.
After a dance off against Mike Bushell and Katya Jones, the judges decide to keep BBC presenter Mike.
Emma Barton, Chris Ramsay, Alex Scott and Mike will all join Michelle, Kelvin, Karim, and Saffron this Saturday.
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