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Strictly viewers think they have already predicted the ‘obvious’ winner for 2020 series

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Strictly viewers have already predicted the winner of the 2020 series (Picture: PA)

Strictly Come Dancing viewers think they have already predicted the ‘obvious’ winner of the 2020 series.

In the launch show, which aired on Saturday, the annual Strictly pairing ritual took place, and we couldn’t be more excited to see the celebs partnered up with their dancing pros.

The previous winner Kelvin Fletcher also took to the dancefloor with Oti Mabuse where they performed a socially-distanced dance.

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman revealed the pairings throughout the night and the first three to be revealed were Clara Amfo and Aljaž Skorjanec, Ranvir Singh and Giovanni Pernice, along with Caroline Quentin and Johannes Radebe.

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HRVY is partnered with Janette Manrara, while Jason Bell is paired with Luba Mushtuk and Jamie Laing with Karen Hauer.

Next up was boxer Nicola Adams, who has made show history by being paired with Katya Jones, Jacqui Smith is paired with Anton Du Beke and EastEnders star Maisie Smith with Gorka Marquez.

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Is Maisie the clear winner? (Picture: PA)
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Who do you think will win? (Picture: PA)

JJ Chalmers is partnered with Amy Dowden, Bill Bailey with Oti Mabuse and finally, Max George is paired with Dianne Buswell.

Taking to Twitter after the launch show, viewers seem to think they already know who will take home the Glitterball trophy this year – and that is EastEnders star Maisie.

One viewer tweeted: ‘So good, I think Maisie is the winner already.’

While another commented: ‘I think Caroline Quentin is gonna be one to watch…not an obvious winner like Maisie, but think she’s gonna surprise us!’

One added: ‘Should we just crown Maisie winner now or? It’s blatantly obvious this year.’

Strictly Come Dancing airs on Saturday at 7.25pm on BBC One.

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MORE: Strictly 2020 viewers ‘chuffed’ to see Nicola Adams and Katya Jones as they make show history for being same-sex couple

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